Who’s going to SXSW? Or perhaps you’re headed to Austin for some BBQ! If so, you don’t want to miss our next episode of KitchenParty.
This week we’ll be chatting with one of our favorite Austin food writers Addie Broyles, Food Editor of the Austin-American Statesman and member of the Austin Food Blogger Alliance.
SHOW AIRS LIVE – THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th @ 8PM EST / 5PM PST
BY COURTESY OF THE HISTORY PRESS
Addie will be joining us live as we chat about where to eat during SXSW, the new cookbook the Alliance has published and what it’s like writing for the Austin-American Statesman. We may also pull out some old photos of the KitchenParty team at the last SXSW event if you tweet us a request… let’s just say it involved two prestigious food editors, several tiny cowboy hands and a giant steer involved.
HOWTO WATCH THE SHOW: At 8pm Eastern / 5 pm Pacific on Thursday, February 28th, join us here and click on the video that will be added to this page about 20 minutes before the show starts. Follow the conversation on twitter by using #kitchenparty or head over toYoutube.com/bakespacetv page.
Join us this week for KitchenParty – we’ll be chatting about the latest food news including the South Beach Food and Wine Festival where Jeff Houck will be on location, sharing what’s hot!
HOWTO WATCH THE SHOW: At 8pm Eastern / 5 pm Pacific on Thursday, February 21st, join us here and click on the video that will be added to this page about 20 minutes before the show starts. Follow the conversation on twitter by using #kitchenparty or head over toYoutube.com/bakespacetv page. Can’t wait until this party starts! Once the show starts, please click on the video to start the video feed. The google hangout does not start automatically.
As the birthday wishes begin to roll in, I want to thank all of you in advance for connecting with me, sharing your best work with me and also supporting my work and sharing my work with others. I want you to know that you are all greatly appreciated for everything you offer to me and the world!
As I start this year long journey to 50 years old, I am making some large changes in my life and career and your support is always greatly appreciated. There will be ups and downs, but I think I am on a new, great path yet one that is similar, too.
I have already begun a move away from day-to-day technical support and towards a deeper focus on blogging, podcasting, video, new media writing and more. While providing hands-on support has provided a large part of my income (and many great, long term, relationships), I think I have come to the end of that path in my career. I want to spend the next 50 years focusing on the great and huge changes in the media and Internet world and stop, for lack of a better description, “crawling under desks.” I’m certainly not feeling old, but I am not feeling any younger, either. (LAUGH)
So, that said, I am working hard on building up the audience for my blogs, podcasts, videos and books. I’ll also be producing more books where I try to distill my decades of work and thought into ways to ease the path of others through their career, work and life. I hope you will continue to walk beside me on this journey and help me continue to help anyone I can. I have often said that “I am at my best when helping others and I expect to continue helping others as much as I can for the foreseeable future.
Valentine’s Day is less than 24 hours away! What are you doing to celebrate? For me, it’s my birthday, so I have an odd relationship with the holiday, but that doesn’t mean I can’t engage in a little Valentine’s Day celebration.
Over the next 12 hours I be posting info to help make your Valentine’s Day extra special. Join me and share the love with those who need a little bit more!
Valentine’s Day #4: Valentine’s Krispy Treats from Cookies and Cups
Valentine’s Info BlogFest on My Word with Douglas E. Welch – Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Since we are taking the week off, I figured I would offer up a day long blogfest of Valentine’s information on my blog, My Word with Douglas E. Welch (http://douglasewelch.com/blog). There will be a blog post every hour with Valentine’s history, a live reading of Love Letters from History, and lots of food ideas to make for your significant other.
As mentioned in my update video of 2 days ago, I have established a schedule for my blog, podcast and video series and I am trying to stick to it as closely as I can. I am still adding more series and ending others as I get a feel for what as the most value and interest to you. For now, here is how things are working at the moment.
Container Garden Update – Video & Podcast
New Media Gear – Blog
Tuesdays with Transitioners Job Listings – Blog (when there are updates to report)
Career Opportunities – Blog & Podcast
Interesting Plant Series – Blog
Garden Vocabulary – Blog
Recipes in Rotation – Blog
In the garden… – Video & Podcast
On my iPhone/Android Series – Blog
Garden History – Blog
New Media Vocabulary – Blog
On my Mac/Windows PC – Blog
Career Opportunities – From the archives – Blog & Podcast
Garden Alphabet – Blog and Photos
Subscribed – Blog
Garden Inventory – Blog
New Food – Blog
Please let me know through the comments which series you find most interesting or useful. I’d love to hear your thoughts!
The first of what I expect to be regular monthly updates on the happenings on the blogs, podcasts and YouTube Channel.
Thank you so much for your likes, subscriptions, follow, circles and more. They really do make a difference, especially as I transition from day-to-day computer consulting to my new role as New Media Consultant, content producer, blogger, speaker and educator.
SHOW AIRS ON THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6th 8PM EST / 5PM PST
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, you’re probably looking for something sweet to shower your sweetie with. Whether your Valentine is your husband/wife, child or even that sweet neighbor down the street… you can’t go wrong with cupcakes. These bite-sized, frosting-filled, mini cakes are the perfect gift to let your Valentine know… they make your heart go pitter patter.
If you’ve ever tried to make cupcakes at home… frosting them can be a pain if you’re trying to make them look like they do in the fancy cupcakeries. Fear not.. we got you covered.
On this week’s KitchenParty, we’re chatting with one of our favorite cupcake bakers – Annette Startbuck. Annette took her passion for baking cupcakes and turned it into a business — launching her own cupcake shop called ‘Goodie Girls: a petite treat affair‘ in Glendale California and soon after won Cupcake Wars on The Food Network. We met Annette when she was a baker at Cupcake Camp LA, a charity baking event we produce every year.
Annette will will be sharing cupcake decorating tips and insight on what it was like winning Cupcake Wars. If you love cupcakes, interested in making your cupcakes look better or simply can’t imagine spending your Thursdays without Kitchenparty — join us! Watch the show here or go RSVP on our google+ account or youtube pages.
WANT TO PARTICIPATE? JOIN OUR WEEKLY COMMUNITY COOKBOOK! Upload your favorite cupcake recipe and be part of our community cookbook we publish after every show. Simply go here: Cupcake recipes Submission Page and add your favorite cupcake recipe. Each week we publish a new cookbook from recipes submitted by our guests, hosts and audience members like you!
HOWTO WATCH THE SHOW: At 8pm Eastern / 5 pm Pacific on Thursday, February 7th, join us here and click on the video that will be added to this page about 20 minutes before the show starts. Follow the conversation on twitter by using #kitchenparty or head over toYoutube.com/bakespacetv page. Can’t wait until this party starts! Once the show starts, please click on the video to start the video feed. The google hangout does not start automatically.