(photo Remedy Diner FB) It has taken me a looong time to write this review. Sure there were other things happening that got in the way, and yet I know that the real reason I have procrastinated so long is that I am going to write a mixed review. I hate having to say anything less exuberantly complimentary about a place, especially since the owners of the last place I did that for got offended and called me racist (whatevs). So my impression of Remedy Diner is decidedly a 3-st
Before I forget and start talking about current events or the inner workings of my mind, I want to make sure and tell you where we will be the rest of this month: This Wednesday of course, we will be at Triangle Yoga and our other regular pick up points.
This Saturday, March 25th, we will be at the Carrboro Farmers' Market from 9 - 12 pm. We will be offering selections from this week's menu, namely the Succotash Stew, Dirty Rice, and Sweet Potato Pie. Additionally we will
Last week I posted a couple of photos on Instagram from my trip to Sitti Lebanese restaurant in downtown Raleigh, along with the promise that I would soon review this fine place. Today I make good on my promise! Where to start? This restaurant has so many things going for it, that I find it hard to figure out what to say first. I guess I should start with first impressions. Sitti is located right in downtown Raleigh on Wilmington Street, just a couple of blocks from Moore Squ
Yesterday was a wonderful adventure out at the 3rd Annual Triangle VegFest. The past week has been a bit of a blur getting everything ready for yesterday's event, as well as very successful business expo that I helped to organize that took place on Friday. Sigh. What a good feeling when the stress is behind you and everyone is happy with your event and your efforts. So yesterday was the first time I have ever participated in a large street fair with Govinda's Catering. I have
You know that I am committed to exploring the Triangle and exploring its culinary and cultural offerings, just so that I can report back to you. ;-) Or perhaps it is more accurate to confess that I have a thirst for newness and variety. And because I have a weekly readership of sorts, I get to satisfy my social cravings in the name of doing research for the blog. I love it! The mind can rationalize just about anything... The other day it actually crossed my mind that The Indy
It's Time for Kirtan! What: New Year's Eve Community Kirtan. Bring friends. Bring children. Bring a vegan dish to share. Suggested donation $5-$20. *This is an alcohol-free event. Where: Triangle Yoga, 930 Martin Luther King Blvd., Chapel Hill, 27514 When: Thursday, December 31st; 7-10 pm. Who: 7-7:45 Kirtan Bliss Band 7:45-8:30 Samadhi Kirtan Band 8:30-9:15 Blake Tedder and Friends 9:15-10:00 Jahnu Muni Das Why: Because it is so much more fun to sing together with friends,