Kimberly Moore

Kimberly Moore
Delray Beach, Florida, USA
September 27
Managing Director
Parasol Creations
Kimberly ~ Chief Umbrella Holder at ~ Director of Social Media & Digital Strategy at ~ Taste Tester at ~ THE Hungry Goddess Herself at The Hungry Goddess - blogger, writer, foodie.

Watermelon means summer and we are ready!  Refreshing, replenishing and delicious in sweet and savory recipes, watermelon is the perfect companion to your summer meals.

Chop it for a quick snack or get daring and throw it on the grill ~ Add it to your iced tea or make a… Read full post »

hotels and hygiene - hidden germs in hotelsHotel stays usually mean fun things like floating in a pool, room service, in-room movies and someone else making the bed, but we may actually be getting more than we bargained for when scheduling a stay.

Cleanliness of Hotel rooms is a priority to most travelers:

George Clarke, chief executive

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JUNE 18, 2012 8:48AM

Are YOU an emotional genius?

Emotional intelligence is an asset we have only just begun to study, and we’ve hardly recognized the benefits in the workplace, or the home, until recently – yet it’s an area that just might be your strong suit! Studies continuously prove that those who are most adept at cons/… Read full post »

JUNE 17, 2012 9:28AM

Quinoa and Bread and Tomato Salad

Since Summer is officially here, my desire to spend long hours in the kitchen decreases.  I want to eat lighter and simpler and take full advantage of the bounty of summer produce.  This recipe was inspired by the Quinoa and Grilled Sourdough Salad by Yotam Ottolenghi (yes, yes call me

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Tis the Season of Garden to Table … we are transitioning from the fresh delights of Spring to the bounty of Mother Earth in her produce season and the Summer Vegetables are coming!

Cucumbers, corn, tomatoes, avocados, peppers, zucchini, summer squash, lettuce, peas … an extravaga… Read full post »

JUNE 16, 2012 9:10AM

Is Your House a “Home”?

These days there is so much talk about ‘less is more’ when it comes to decorating your home . I certainly agree with the idea as long as you keep in mind that sometimes people take that so far that they now have lost their ‘home’. I believe a home shares what… Read full post »

I have a confession to make.

I am an optimistic gardener.

I love the promise of a just planted garden. Every small plant newly imbedded in the freshly cultivated soil, has the potential to grow into a beautiful, bountiful one. Every year after planting I stand back admiring my freshly planted ga… Read full post »

A review from The Drunken Goddess & The Hungry Goddess – since watermelon season is here – how about some watermelon cocktails??  Sounds good to us!

Recently, The Hungry Goddess and The Drunken Goddess received a bottle of Hiram Walker®’s new Watermelon Sour Schnapps to che… Read full post »

JUNE 13, 2012 9:56AM

Find Your True Path

There are two very important aspects of life that we cannot control — the conditions surrounding our birth and the way we exit this life.

Somewhere in between coming in and going out, we all have a job to do. That is to find our purpose for being here — in other… Read full post »

Our #HGEATS twitter chat does not only produce awesome recipes, it creates an atmosphere to connect with fabulous foodies from all over the world.  Chef Jason Rivas is one of those Foodies and the Chef de Cuisine at South Coast Winery!

At our recent Spicy #HGEATS chat, Chef Rivas mentioned a

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Do you love Iron Chef?  How about a LOCAL Iron Chef face-off from one of our fave local restaurants – Vic & Angelo’s in Palm Beach Gardens and Delray Beach??

It is happening tonight at Palm Beach Gardens and WEDNESDAY, June 13 in Delray Beach (get your tickets NOW!).

Foodies… Read full post »

Remember trailing through the neighborhood on hot summer days with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in your backpack?  Friends, adventures and a whole summer in which to accomplish your dreams.

Summer vacation and end of school are here (or almost here) and the days of summer are beginning!… Read full post »

Last summer, I had the pleasure of interviewing Annabella Forbes from Bed & Fed in the UK.

As the temps climb and the humidity kicks in, I always feel a bit homesick for the gorgeous English summers and Bed & Fed popped to mind.  Planning a trip to Ireland or England?  Bed & FeRead full post »

Summer makes me think herbs and relaxation and I love cocktails that have an herbal infusion or garnish element.

Belvedere Vodka has put together a lovely recipe for one of those cocktails – even better, martinis!  Do you have a fresh thyme plant?  Use your own thyme to infuse this cockta/

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The days of summer are starting and The Hungry Goddess wants to celebrate them with YOU!

Picnics on the beach, appetizers and cocktails as you watch the wave roll in, beach parties and volleyball – these are all part of the #HGEATS Summer Beach Party on Wednesday June 13… Read full post »

JUNE 8, 2012 3:45PM

Fennel Pollen Recipes of Summer

fennel pollen fennel fridayJune is here.  The heat is here in most places.  

And the summer spirit is MOST definitely here!

Fennel pollen is a fabulous addition to your summer recipes to give it that boost it needs – grilling fish?  Sprinkle a bit of Fennel Pollen or even the M-Ocean from PollenRead full post »

JUNE 7, 2012 8:44AM

Find Any Excuse to Celebrate

The week before last, I was in NY with most of the whole family together, east coast and west coast. It was a very special time. We had a wedding, a new baby great grandson born, a belated birthday party and lots of time to hear Nannie tell stories (Tell me/… Read full post »

I am blessed to have a group of women that gathers near the Full Moon most months.  Normally, we go the Beach Club, bring food and spend the evening on chairs on the beach watching the Moon rise.

Incredible?  YES!  Energizing?  YES!  Out of Space and Time?  YES!

In April, I… Read full post »

Happy Travel Tuesday!  Summer is coming!

Did we really just say that??  Between the hot weather and early summer storms to the fact that many of the kiddos are already out of school, I think we can safely say that summer is already HERE.  Summer means end of school and summer vacation… Read full post »

Tasty Tuesday is here again and since June brings loads of celebrations – not the least of which are the end of school, the beginning of summer AND Father’s Day – that is our focus this week!

Add some graduations and weddings to that mix plus all of the June Food… Read full post »

There’s an old saying that every face tells a story — but did you know the same is true for coffee mugs?

Sound a little nutty? Well I can attest from personal experience that it’s definitely true. Here’s my story:

I have moved many times — that’s why I understand the details of… Read full post »

Thanks to our modern supermarkets, millions are suffering from a condition I like to call seasonal food disconnection?  This is the malady of not knowing which fruits or vegetables are currently in season. The confusion stems from the availability of non-seasonal fruits all year round. But ta… Read full post »

I am a sandwich kinda Hungry Goddess.  I love mixing meats and cheeses and veggies with condiments extraordinaire to culminate in a delectable party in my mouth.

Even being mostly gluten free has not dulled my love of sandwiches. I will save my gluten splurges for a sandwich – hoagie, g… Read full post »

It was the first visit to my mother’s house since my daughter Jeremie had moved in with her.  No one was home when I got to the small cottage nestled in Golden Gate estates in Naples, Florida. The key was exactly where she said it would be, under the terra cotta… Read full post »

Many years ago when, my boys were small, when we wanted to teach certain lessons we would look for books in the Jewish Bookstore that would reinforce the messages we were trying to convey.   We have collected a number of wonderful books over the years and have read them to each… Read full post »