This week Lopez Tonight starts it’s second season, moving to midnight right after the new Conan, forming Team LoCo. Last week we had an opportunity to be in the studio audience for the last show of the first season of the Lopez Tonight show. After the show we were fortunate to see how generous George can be when it comes to helping people with kidney disease. Backstage, a young family told George about a relative in need of a kidney transplant. There was barely a dry eye in the house as George offered to help. Continue reading →
This past weekend we participated in the inaugural Artisanal LA in Downtown Los Angeles, at the Cooper Building. It was a collection of small artisan vendors, ranging from beekeepers to vodka producers, baked goodies to pasta sauces. Continue reading →
The small artisan food industry is a great community and we (small start-up artisans) help each other out whenever we can. The guys at Maria Elena’s Authentic Latino Inc. are exactly like that. We really hit it off and ever since first meeting we have done several events together. Their Organic Horchata is a really nice compliment to our fiery products.
For this year’s Fiery Foods and BBQ Show, a group of guys from Houston Texas got together and made a road trip out of it, in what was called the SpicyRV. Along the way, they blogged, tweeted, and videoed their adventures, then once at the Show they did live-streaming talks with a bunch of folks in the fiery foods industry.
Here is the talk that James Beck of EatMoreHeat.com had with JD. And as they say, “We now join the scheduled program, already in progress…”
These guys did an awesome job of giving those who couldn’t be at the Fiery Foods & BBQ Show a little peek into the event. They also gave the vendors and manufacturers some added exposure and a voice to the world.
So a HUGE Thank You to the crew of the SpicyRV and especially for EatMoreHeat in front of the camera and Media975 behind the camera. We all can’t wait for the next SpicyRV adventure and rumor has it that we might not have too long to wait.
Thanks to everyone who came to the show and all our friends and family for giving us all the love and support. See you next year in Albuquerque, if not sooner!