Restaurant Critic and Arts Editor, Colorado Springs Independent
I'm a restaurant critic and arts editor at the Colorado Springs Independent. I tweet about food & drink, beer & spirits, green stuff + a little pop culture.
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2012 - A&E Features in Food/Beverage Reporting
First Place in A&E Features in Food/Beverage Reporting for "Meal Plan" from the Colorado Professional Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists — Top of the Rockies Excellence in Journalism Awards.
2012 - A&E Criticism
First Place in A&E Criticism for "French Twist; Divide and Conquer & Ham-Bungler" from the Colorado Professional Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists — Top of the Rockies Excellence in Journalism Awards.
physics.ucsd.edu — My personal journey into home energy reduction began with taking stock of past energy use as reported on my utility bills. I quickly migrated toward reading the meters directly to gauge the impact of particular activities. What I learned from our gas meter shocked me, and ultimately led to our single-biggest energy-saving behavioral shift.
goods.kostizi.com — The cooking of Sri Lanka is comprised of exotic flavors influenced by many international customs. Our food consists of Indian, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, and Malaysian flavors. Sri Lankan curry is known around the world as unique - perhaps different from any other curry you have tested.
csindy.com — The folks at Baskin Robbins want you to know that they released some new sherbet flavored freezer bars. I know this because they sent us a box of them, plus this information from a three-page press release: Sherbet_bars1.pdf Sherbet_bars2.pdf Here's the box: But more importantly, here's the ingredient list: Take the Yellow 5 alone and I'd advise against feeding this to your kid.
csindy.com — File photoA plate of tequila-lime shrimp from the chef's time at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort. Now that chef Brother Luck is back in town, having run the kitchen at the Craftwood Inn for the last seven months, or so, he's breaking out into one-off dinners through a new company called crEATe719 Kitchen.
forbes.com — Buycott shows you a product's corporate family tree while you shop. In her keynote speech at last year's annual Netroots Nation gathering, Darcy Burner pitched a seemingly simple idea to the thousands of bloggers and web developers in the audience.
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