Jewels from the Roving Stove
From VIP entrances in Versace to service entrances in my apron
Oops, it’s only Tuesday and my week has already gotten away from me! I’ll be traveling today, so I thought I’d highlight a post that I think you might find useful. Click here to read Jewels’s Ten Commandments for Healthy Eating. Then leave me your definition… Keep Reading »
I ran across a photo this week that summed up motherhood (for me anyhow) in the split second I laid eyes on it. I’m sorry I do not know who took the photo to credit it properly, but I am completely moved by it.
The meaning… Keep Reading »
Jewels: While I’ve been crazed feeding all my clients before I pay mom a visit for Mother’s Day, Personal Chef Approach™ member, Aja Dang made certain we all get to attend one of Hollywoods most sought after tickets, the Race to Erase MS.
Jewels back in her party… Keep Reading »
Hailing from Iowa meant growing up in a steak and corn loving family. In fact, I loved my steak so much so, that I remember asking my mother to smuggle in a juicy t-bone steak when she visited me at summer camp one year. Knowing… Keep Reading »
I received an invitation to OPFASHART, which at first glance I read as a less than ladylike bodily function, but then the image of my friend Amanda Eliasch emblazoned across the front caught my eye – it looked remarkably as though my old pal, artist Duggie… Keep Reading »
I was going to write a Friday Food Tip for you today, but woke thinking about friendship – just how important my friends are to me, and how I have been so immersed in my businesses the past couple years that I’m guilty of neglecting… Keep Reading »
MTV did a show in the late 1980″s Called Rock Wives Speak Out. The commercial for it was so melodramatic that every time we heard Jerry Hall announce the title in her infectious Texan drawl, we would burst into fits of laughter. Since I had… Keep Reading »
I’ve always loved celebrating birthdays. I think it’s important to pay tribute to your origins, reminisce over the wonderful memories that were part of what made you who (or in this case what) you are today, and then assess and lay plans for the future…. Keep Reading »
Living in Hollywood, I am acutely aware of the pressure women my age (and shockingly much, much younger) feel to seek the fountain of youth through fillers or a surgeon’s knife. Faces with frozen expressions, plumped up so much they look bloated, or pulled so… Keep Reading »
I’ll never forget my first concert, in fact I remember it distinctly. I was ten years old, and I had brought home a straight A report card, so my mother rewarded me with tickets to see Aerosmith. I proudly donned make-up and my grubbiest, frayed,… Keep Reading »
One of my friends posted my wedding invitation on Facebook recently. It reminded me of an almost bygone era - when parties were opulent affairs.
Blast from the past – my wedding invitation
I miss getting dressed up, the Champagne flowing, dining like royalty, and dancing the night away…
Astrid Wyman,… Keep Reading »
I’m always on the hunt for the perfect kitchen knife. Do you have a particular brand favorite? Which type of knife do you prefer for general prep? Also, do you sharpen your own knives? – Kim
I couldn’t survive without my chef’s knife
Hi Kim, I’m a… Keep Reading »
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