There's nothing like a home cooked meal, especially when the home cook is celebrity Chef Susan Feniger. Having been huge fans since the inception of the Food Network, we were thrilled to be invited to an event at the house of this one hot tamale. Every bite was delicious from the salad to the slightly spicy chili to the cornbread (one of our personal favorites of all time). Plus sticking to our rule that whatever a famous chef gives us to eat of drink, we eat or drink it, we
Photo by Pop Culture Passionistas Swiss engineer George de Mestral had no intention of inventing Velcro when he took his dog into the woods on a hunting trip. But when burrs started to stick to his pooch’s fur, a revolution began. Navy engineer Richard James was trying to create springs to keep sensitive instruments on ships from bobbing about when he accidentally designed the Slinky.
And Daina Trout had no intention of becoming a kombucha mogul when she first started focus
It’s a question every adult on the planet has probably asked at least once in their lifetime while taking their clothes out of the dryer. “Where do the socks go?” Well, now two sisters and a close friend are providing answers in a new children’s book called Where the Socks Go. In a recent interview, Nicole Green McCalla and Claudine Barbot told us how they met and teamed up with Claudine’s sister Jocelyne Barbot to pen the tome. It started with a shared background in educatio
Photo Courtesy of Erika De La Cruz The great thing about having our listeners nominate a Passionista on our website is that it’s helping us discover kindred spirits that we didn’t know were out there. Such was the case when Jock Purtle nominated his fiancé, Erika De La Cruz.
Not only is Erika a TV personality who covers red carpet events but she’s also an author, coach and inspirational speaker. Her best-selling book had a name that went straight to our hearts — Passionista