Working plum purée for La Capitale and gazpacho for @AndluzSalem http://yfrog.com/n6v7rkj http://yfrog.com/jnrdwij
A snapshot like that, is enough to get people to put down their smart phones and head into his restaurants. While you are in one of his restaurants on State St. and High, order a drink from his celebrity bartender, Rob Melton, aka @RobDrinkenstein on Twitter. Also read about Rob in yesterday's paper.
I know this whole Twitter and blogging thing may seem silly, but it is becoming the norm in today's culture. For most folks who do it, it's actually a lot of fun. There is a growing number of people in Salem that are using Twitter throughout the day including myself. This group meets up occasionally at Tweetups loosely organized by @RobMcGuire. Twitter is different from Facebook in that most of the folks that are on there, you may not know already. This is great for meeting local people with similar interests. Join the fun and open a Twitter account and follow me @eatsalem. Give it a try and let me know you read this post. I'll follow you back.
If your preference is in person, visit the Friends of Salem Saturday Market site for info on the next Chef at the Market event. It's a must see and it's free.
PS, David, thanks a bunch for wearing the eatsalem.com shirt to the demo. It looks good on you. I'm glad that with the JJackson mic you didn't have a wardrobe malfunction.