A Taste of What is to Come

A Taste of What is to Come

Thanks for dropping by the site of author Pete Dulin. He’s busy reinventing this site and developing fresh new stories and images. Until then, enjoy this photo of savoy cabbage. Check back...

KC Ale Trail Now Available

Pre- Order KC Ale Trail Now Designer Eric Schotland and I recently completed design and edit work on KC Ale Trail, a book about local craft brewing. It’s time for the next step to get books to fans of local craft beer and breweries. The Next Step  Copies of KC Ale...

Ride Along With Jerry Fisher

I knew that a Saturday morning ride-along with Jerry Fisher would cost me. I just didn’t know how much. I pulled up to the Parkville Farmer’s Market early Saturday morning. Smooth as Antonio Banderas as a charity fundraiser, I made my way past the produce stands and...

Tickets Still Available for Art Soup

Soup is more than good food. It inspires comfort, connection, a willingness to share with others over spoonfuls of savory broth. At Art Soup, an inaugural event to benefit the art and music programs at Synergy Services Youth Resiliency Center, this humble dish gets...

Fried Brie at Martin City Brewing Company

Chef Andrew Parker at Martin City Brewing Company (500 E 135th St, Kansas City) has his hands full these days as he develops the menu for the forthcoming wood-fired pizza restaurant and brewery to open in late January/early February next to flagship Martin City...

The Host and The Guest

When I learned about a death in the family, I immediately agreed to cook dinner for them that night. The family wasn’t mine or Pam’s, but someone she knew. Cooking a meal was something I could do to help in a time of need. “Anything that...

Will Veracity or Viral Be Victor?

The notion of what news truly is – and whether it matters more than how viral content is – seems murkier than ever. “2014 is going to be the year of a big debate about what news is — and especially about whether and how news organizations can ethically report on...