All posts tagged: Press appearances

Happy Mother’s Day 2013

Happy Mother’s day, sweetie! My hometown newspaper interviewed me! They were asking for tips for a Dad cooking for Mom on Mother’s Day. (See tips 6 and 8 in the article). Ten ways to keep Mom off kitchen duty on her day [Lisa Abraham,] Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there!

Interviewed by Dishin’ in the Kitchen

DadCooksDinner media blitz week continues! Mac Ledesma at Dishin’ in the Kitchen does podcast interviews with home cooks.  We talked last week, and the interview was just published: Chatting in the Kitchen with Mike Vrobel of DadCooksDinner []   I just listened to the opening bit; I’m saving the rest of it for my drive into work. My voice sounds strange to me when I hear it, like it does to most people. I can’t believe my voice is that gravelly. *I sound like a blues singer with a pack-a-day habit.  All I need is a cool nickname – “Grease Fire” Vrobel?  And, as the Simpsons said, a reason to sing the blues for someone with no real problems. Mac had a hard time ending the interview – once I get on a roll about cooking, it’s hard to get me to stop.  Luckily, she’s a good editor – she cut my ramblings down to 15 minutes. Go listen to my thoughts on meal planning, steak cook offs, and dry brining chicken.  Or subscribe to the Dishin in the …

DadCooksDinner In the News: Akron Beacon Journal, August 18th, 2010

Check me out – I’m on the front of the food section of my local paper, the Akron Beacon Journal: Bloggers share love of cooking, eating [] (And…a couple pictures of me grilling dinner: Food Bloggers Gallery []) I’m in an article about local food bloggers, with a picture of me grilling on the front of the paper.  (The other blogger they profile is Tom over at ExploringFoodMyWay.  Hi, Tom!) Thank you to Lisa Abraham, our food columnist in the ABJ, for saying such nice things about me. And for taking my ramblings about how this blog came about and making them sound so…coherent. And, thank you for the canning advice you gave me while we were doing the interview. I was finishing a batch of pickles when she called. “Listen for the ping” she said.  She was right – I could hear the ping as the jars cooled down and sealed. If you’re here in Akron, buy a copy! Or two copies, and give one to a friend. Or ten, and pass them out to complete …