Kimberly Moore

Kimberly Moore
Location
Delray Beach, Florida, USA
Birthday
September 27
Title
Managing Director
Company
Parasol Creations
Bio
Kimberly ~ Chief Umbrella Holder at ParasolCreations.com ~ Director of Social Media & Digital Strategy at 4Virtu.com ~ Taste Tester at FoodiesUnite.com ~ THE Hungry Goddess Herself at The Hungry Goddess - blogger, writer, foodie.

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Join us for the Salud to Salads today or any Wednesday at 12n est!

With all of these great Spring veggies showing up at the market and summer (and bathing suit season!) coming, we want to do a SALUD TO SALADS!

I could eat salad every day but my carnivore tendencies come out… Read full post »

APRIL 10, 2012 8:29AM

Travel Companies for Women

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We are Adventurous Women who are ready to pack a bag and head for the airport with or without a partner. These companies specialize in Women who Travel … Worldly Women … YOU. Ready to go?

Gutsy Women Travel

Gutsy Women Travel offers mini retreats and week-long tips in three ma… Read full post »

April Showers bring May Flowers!

Easter and Passover were the big focus of the beginning of April so we did not have a chance to talk about celebrating the Food Days of April!  Every month has interesting and obscure “holidays”. Some of these days achieve national recognition and s… Read full post »

It has been a looooooong and busy week and what better way to rejuve ourselves than with Fennel?  And since we are all cooking for holidays or just for the weekend, let’s drink our fennel this week!

Dionysus is the Greek God of Wine and Celebrations (Bacchanalia!) and he carried… Read full post »

As the punctuation to a very long and busy week with holiday cooking prep on top, we thought a Fennel Friday that celebrates Drinking Fennel was in order.  And yes, we are starting with lunch!

To that end and to complement your Easter Brunch, we present the Spicy Fennel Pollen Bloody… Read full post »

APRIL 6, 2012 11:19AM

Happy Easter from 4virtu

The 4virtu Team would like to wish you all a very Happy Easter!

May the blessings and renewal of the holiday be shared with you and your family!

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Several years ago, I developed what has become a subject of endless fascination for me – BUGS!  Not the icky creepy crawly kind of BUGS but the delicate and beautiful ones that wing through the air – Dragonflies!

As a passionate amateur photographer, I adore letting the w… Read full post »

Easter has always been one of my favorite eating holidays.  My Mom and my Grandmother would have food from dawn to late evening – breakfast, brunch, lunch, grazing and dinner – and never forget the dessert.

The best part of this Easter?  We are going to have my Grandmother&#8217… Read full post »

APRIL 3, 2012 5:52PM

Chayote Squash Soup

Chayote

This strange looking vegetable caught my attention while I was shopping at Publix.  The sign said  two for 2.49 and I thought why not try this.  I really do like experimenting in the kitchen.  Sometimes the experiment goes well and sometimes not too great but this experiment was a total… Read full post »

This is a busy week for holiday cooking – Passover 2012 begins on Friday, April 6 in the evening and ends in the evening of Saturday, April 14.  Since I have never cooked a Passover meal, I turned to the expert – amazing Food Blogger, Sharon Matten of Kosher Everyday.

Sharon i… Read full post »

Ahhhh the smells and delights of holiday cooking!   Seder on Friday night with juicy brisket – hot cross buns steaming from the oven – fluffy pancakes and eggs for Easter morning or an elegant Easter brunch paired with Champagne and peeps!

And we can’t forget the love and lau… Read full post »

The health benefits of food are a driving force for many of us that are striving to eat healthy and maintain our bodies in good working order.

But what about our moods? Did you know that you can eat foods to target your moods?

Many foods contain natural components –… Read full post »

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On Martini Monday, we celebrate martinis in every shape and form and taste and color.  How about this week we celebrate the BIRTH of the martini?

1888 marks the first year that the name Martini appeared, when it was mentioned in the New and Improved Illustrated Bartending Manual. In/

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Easter baskets are a big deal in our house.

Growing up, it did not matter how old you were, everyone got an Easter Basket with some candy and extra special treats stuck inside.  My Grandmother made baskets and my Mom makes them.

Last year, I did a fishing tackle box for my son… Read full post »

Risotto makes me happy; cooking it, eating it, standing over it and coaxing all of that delicious flavor into those teeny little grains of arborio rice.  I can eat it warm or cold – straight from the fridge is gorgeous and I like it in the morning, afternoon and evening.… Read full post »

All of us that are involved with Fennel Friday are doing a FENNEL HAPPY DANCE … make that a FENNEL POLLEN HAPPY DANCE!

The Wall Street Journal did a lovely article on Fennel Pollen and mentioned Pollen Ranch as one of three distributors for our delightful secret weapon and the inspiration… Read full post »

Here are the nominees for the 2012 James Beard Awards; the awards ceremony will take place May 7.

Food Coverage in a Food-Focused Publication
Bon Appétit
Gilt Taste
Saveur

Food Coverage in a General Interest Publication
Los Angeles Magazine
The Christian-Science Monitor
New York Magazine

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Holiday cooking always has such a strong element of tradition in it. We make dishes year after year because our Mothers, Grandmothers, Great-Grandmothers cooked those dishes and because for as long as we can remember, those are the dishes that we associate with particular holidays.

Easter brea… Read full post »

The Spring Holidays – Easter and Passover – are coming along with family and friends and at least a day of dawn to dark cooking and entertaining.  As with all of the holidays, we strive to maintain a good balance of tradition and new recipes to please all of the different… Read full post »

MARCH 26, 2012 7:20PM

A Single Perfect Moment

I love those moments – those single perfect moments where all synapses are firing together and the clarity of the universe is at your fingertips.

I had one of those this morning watching the sun radiate through the trees while the wind was blowing on my face; I could feel my breathing,… Read full post »

I should start this post off with a God Help Me.  Or a bottle of wine.

I am a really creative person but my creativity does not really extend to things like being an Organizing Expert or even a Homemaking Expert.  I like to cook.  I like to decorate.  I like to… Read full post »

This morning, I was sitting on the porch and sipping coffee when out of the corner of my eye, I saw sparkles tumbling through the air.  Think Tinkerbell.  There was nothing unusual in my coffee, but I still had a moment of wondering if I was even out of bed yet.

I… Read full post »

“Reverence may be defined as a profound respect mingled with love and awe. Other words that add to our understanding of reverence include gratitude, honor, veneration, and admiration. The root word revere also implies an element of fear. Thus, reverence might be understood to mean an attRead full post »

Meatless Monday is a food movement with a very simple concept – one day a week, cut out meat.  Eliminating the fats in meat just that one day can result in a reduced risk for cancers, heart disease and Type 2 diabetes, researchers and advocates say and it could just start… Read full post »

MARCH 24, 2012 9:26AM

Gluten Free Easter Candy

When I discovered my Gluten Sensitivity, I felt relieved not deprived.  That reaction could have changed dramatically for the worst if chocolate had gluten.  No more chocolate?  Strap me in, someone could get hurt!

Thankfully, there are TONS of Gluten Free Easter Candies and chocolate in g… Read full post »