Topic: Travel

There has been so much going on at SXSW! I don't know where to begin, from the great food to the interesting events. I am kind of sad that it is all ending. I won't forget crashing a Cooking Channel party anytime soon! 

Al Gore interviewing Sean Parker. "Overcoming apathy is so important to making a change." - Sean Parker

I met Evan Jacobs creator of Kindlegraph! I can "autograph" ebook copies of my cookbooks through Kindlegraph free.

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Yesterday I hosted a little party in Austin (well, maybe not too little -- 30 Herbies came!). My amazing and wonderful High School sweet heart (Chris) held it at his house.

I served Mexican Dip (p.230, HHC), Jalapeno-Cornbread (p. 68, EHH), Butter Bean Cookies (p.241, EHH) and a recipe from my new cookbook, HH Abroad -- Lentil Tacos!

Big hits all around.

It was so amazing to see and hang out with my fellow Herbies. Even Lindsey came and our ...

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I crashed a Cooking Channel Party.

After our first day at SXSW, Scott & I were walking around downtown Austin, looking for a place to grab a bite to eat.

Of course, since Scott & I are always terrific at bringing bad weather with us wherever we go, it started to rain (no, it poured!) so we dipped into what looked like a little bread factory to get out of the rain.

As we were standing there, we noticed it was more ...

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As I mentioned the other day, my traveling has begun! Scott and I are in Austin for SXSW and got our passes today. I'm so excited!

We have gotten many suggestions of restaurants to visit while in town, and our first stop was to Kerbey Lane Cafe. 

How can I not love a place that serves tofu scramble in a taco?

The next place that we went to visit was Casa de Luz.

We also made a little stop ...

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I am a vagabond, I never stay in one place very long and home address aside, I am constantly moving. I feel more at home when I am on the go and thankfully my "job" requires I travel pretty frequently to conferences and other events.

I used to not plan ahead, but then my sister had a bad traveling experience and now I always have at least a sandwich or a snack bar tucked in my carry-on. While I have ...

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