I recently had a great discussion with Seth Resler of Mystery Meet, where food lovers in the Bay Area can get together at a restaurant in San Francisco (that isn’t revealed until 24 hours before) and discuss their love of all things culinary. Here’s my podcast interview with Seth of Mystery Meet discussing all my […]
Just a few weeks ago, Julie Crabill of InnerCircle Labs (a fabulous PR agency in San Francisco) and I presented the Media Training for Bloggers panel at the 2012 BlogHer Annual Conference in New York City. Here’s the podcast of the session “Media Training for Bloggers“. Enjoy!
Sure there are tons of reasons to visit the BlogHer Annual Conference: great speakers, insightful panels, networking with Fortune 500 brands as well as other like-minded bloggers, not to mention it’s the biggest social media conference for women in the world. But let’s be honest, many of us love the freebees. This year was no […]
I got the chance to moderate one of the most diverse panels of speakers I have ever encountered while I was at the BlogHer Food Conference in Atlanta, recently. The subject of the talk was “Food Blogging for Change”. It’s a lofty subject that can be slightly overwhelming. I introduced Bettina Luescher, Chief Spokesperson for […]
As an American, I celebrate Thanksgiving like everyone else. My table is filled with stuffing, green bean casserole and the proverbial roast turkey every Fall. But as an Asian American, I also get a second Thanksgiving, of sorts. Chinese New Year is an annual event that falls on a different date each year because of […]
For me, the second annual BlogHer Food Conference was more than just an event. This time last year, I was totally bummed the event had sold out by the time I’d heard about it for the first time from my food blogger friends. I went searching on the BlogHer website and realized I was just […]
It seems like ages since BlogHer ’10 came and went, but a lot has happened in that time, hence this extremely late post about my travels to NYC. Man, I love that town. Everytime I go I threaten to move there. There are so many different ways to eat cheap, eat well, and find creative […]
*This entry is also cross-posted on BlogHer.com. I recently had the chance to interview Top Chef Season 6 finalist, Kevin Gillespie. On the show, he was known for his dedication to the craft of cooking and lack of dramatics, which also won him the title of “Fan Favorite.” As a food blogger and personal fan […]