@DailyEats on Twitter

I can’t remember exactly when I began using Twitter personally. It could have been late 2006 early 2007. I recently setup a separate account for Daily Eats, which is @dailyeats. Having a DailyEats twitter account lets allows us tweet our new posts, get great tips or showcase from aspiring and established chefs, and get pitched/scooped on food stories from PR … Read More

Made at home Gourmet pizza toppings

Doctoring up food is a tradition to many house holds. For those new to this expression, to “Doctor up” food means making improvements by adding on some extra love to quick or premade foods. Such as store bought sub sandwiches and frozen pizzas. When it comes to frozen pizzas, Grocery stores have so many gourmet varieties to choose from, but … Read More

Rocky Mountians Sure Can Cook!

Sushi-Den Denver My Favorite

Last week I was visiting Colorado. I spent a few days Denver and Boulder. Who would have known the food could be so spectacular.Sushi Den was my favorite place in Denver. Michael Meyers, CTO of the Examiner took me there. Whatever Michael asked for the sushi chef did it right or should I say omakase. Michael knows his sushi and … Read More

Happy 2010 – Winter Risotto

Happy New Year from Daily Eats! We have a whole new year of exploring, tasting and making food ahead of us! To kick of the New Year Daily Eats has taken a wonderful favorite recipe of Ruth Reichl, Risotto Primavera to a winter risotto. In the video I make some very funny ironic comments, but can’t stress enough about stirring … Read More

Merry Christmas, Happy 2010

It was a wonderful Christmas at the Spataro home in Gilbert, AZ. My brother selected the recipes for Christmas Eve dinner. We had baked salmon, halibut mediterranean, baked stuff shrimp, lobster bisque, lobster pot pie with green bean salad. My brother make home made chocolate candies. The truffled dark chocolates on the lollipop stick was amazing. Joanne brought baby Tillman … Read More

Books for Sweet Lovers and Wine Novices

Wine and Candy, two great tasting foods, that are delicious and mysterious. To the average person deciding on a wine to purchase can be a mind boggling. Wine Secrets, Advice from Winemakers, Sommeliers, and Connoisseurs, by Marnie Old, provides a user’s guide to taking the overwhelming complexities out of the grape. Marnie Old takes the novice wine drinker from wine … Read More