Keeping Up with Technology

I was only gone for a couple of years. All of the sudden, wordpress is living in the year 3019. Who understands blocks? I don't know what a block is. Holy hell. Not only have over 6,000 pictures disappeared, but now I need a computer class to complete a post. It took fifteen minutes to figure out how to skip a line in html. Omg. If I'm this behind the times, there's no way to fight off hackers....

Thanks for Absolutely Nothing, Go Daddy.

So, wow. Godaddy recently has no idea why over 6,000 pictures of food disappeared. This would seem like the end of the world for hardcore food bloggers, but it's really not that big of a deal. All of the pictures are in iCloud, so it's only going to take about two or three years for me fix over 600 food articles, then delete past posts about upcoming food events, news and yada. Since tennis is my...

Reunion at Rustic Table

PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC Rustic Table used to be the Island Deli. This information is something everyone who grew up in Pawleys Island knows. It's probably one of the only restaurants I didn't work at in high school. I kept having to quit my job every July 4th because who wants to work on July 4th when you are a teenager living at the beach? I went back to South Carolina last week for Marcy's funeral....

Buffet Food Secrets at Lone Star Park’s Horse Race

Horse races make loads of people go bonkers. Being a first-timer meant paying attention to the directions of how this fiesta works. There are lots of different horse races, so there's plenty of time to eat and drink between betting a few dollars when you feel lucky. The buffet will cost each person around $30. With this purchase one lucky customer will receive unlimited visits to the buffet, a...

Montlake Cut is Dreamy

People who hear about chef Nick Badovinus opening a restaurant where John Tesar's Spoon was located, um, probably have massive thoughts of irony smashing through their brains for at least six seconds. No one has the ability to let go of the beef these two chefs have with each other. It was probably super depressing to loads of Dallas food-lovers when Spoon closed...