* NEW EVENT REVIEW *
Check out my review of “Empty Bowls” an event hosted by Catholic Family Center of Rochester to address local homelessness and hunger.
Thanks for stopping by Nancy Jean’s Food Mingle Blog. This blog is really several related blogs in one, accessible from the menu tabs at the top of the page. I write about my favorite recipes, reviewing restaurants, culinary-related events and books, and celebrating national food days in the USA. I am also a student pursuing a degree in Hospitality Management.
Visit the Recipes tab to find some of my favorite recipes, as well as a few that didn’t work out so well. I have personally tested every recipe (except those shown in guest posts) and I often include my own hints for optional variations or alternate ingredients. Most recipes have been adapted from the original and credit is given to the original source. Do you have a favorite recipe which you would like me to try? If so, send it along and I may try it and even publish it here.
Restaurant, Event, and Book Reviews
You can read my food-related event reviews, book reviews and restaurant critiques on the Reviews tab. My friends and I dine out a lot! You can read all about these outings. Do you want to see a review of a particular establishment or book? Let me know and you just might get your wish! In this tab, you will also see my reviews of culinary-related events. Get the inside scoop on hot happenings of the local (and sometimes not-so-local) food scene. Read a good culinary-themed book lately? See what I’ve been reading too.
National USA Food Days
It seems like every day in the United States, we celebrate something, and food is no exception. Visit the National Food Day tab to see what food you should be celebrating. You will not only learn a bit about the food, but you’ll also get a recipe to celebrate that special day.
Please stop back to follow along with me on this journey. I would love to read your comments along the way, so don’t be shy – let me know what you think.
“We should look for someone to eat and drink with
before looking for something to eat and drink.”
-Epicurus (341-270 BC)