Remembering Anthony Bourdain

I’ve been pretty lucky as a food blogger. Since launching My Burning Kitchen in 2005 as a place online to document my journeys and thoughts, one of the best things was meeting Anthony Bourdain. It resonates even more now that he's gone. I won’t go on about how he changed the way we talked about... Continue Reading →

Recipe: Twin Peaks’ Damn Good Cherry Pie

David Lynch’s Twin Peaks reboot on Showtime launches tonight and Paul is beside himself with a strict lockdown to avoid any spoilers. Back when the series originally launched in 1990, he watched every episode, buying books related the show and even making a trip up to Seattle to visit the Double R Diner for a... Continue Reading →

It’s That Time of Year Again…

Being a freelancer is tough work. Even tougher when tax season rolls around and I have to gather up all my receipts, input them into a spreadsheet and submit them, along other expenses to our tax guy. Good news for us this year: we finished early and only have to pay $2,000 instead of last... Continue Reading →

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