Monthly Archives: May 2011

On the road during June….. lots of travel days…

During the month of June I will be on a lot of business travel.  I will try to blog as much as I can and sometimes I may combine locations…. I hope you enjoy traveling with me….I think you will be surprised by the variety of terrain, foods and activities…. so sit back, relax and let’s see where we are next…. for sure there will be eats along the way and expresso coffees is one of my favorite travel delights!

I’m not the best traveler,  some people just love it …. well I’m not one of those really.   I guess once I get some place I’m happy to be there,  it’s the travel part I dislike… you know the airport, the slumping of bags and I have to travel with so much gear and I want it to NOT get broken.  Also I don’t always know just what I need for each location so I try to plan how I will move around once I get there and what backpacks or special bags I will need.   I’m very lucky in that my husband is a world traveler and he loves it.  In addition, he has a lot of perks being a frequent flyer and hotel accommodations, rental cars, etc.   Nice!

The pups love their Pro-Train Camp and that makes things worry free for us cause they are pretty dog-gone special dogs!  Q loves it there and R,  he’s more of a frat-boy and gives us sad eyes when we leave.   Well I have a lot of planning and packing and last minute things so off we go!

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Memorial Day… hope it was thought provoking for you.. it should be I believe, after-all, somebody gave their life for YOU to have today… A Day…just the way you wanted it to be.

A time for reflection, memories, realizing others live in our space, our world and sometimes we are so caught up in ourselves we fail to realize that we may be thoughtless or have a complete disregard for others that might need a tender touch at this moment in time.

As humans we should know how to do that…but I can tell you the best teachers for that is our paw friends…. dogs just know how to love unconditionally while at the same time know how to sniff out phony or mean spirited people where we humans are sucked into fame and fortune and lose sight of what may be real. If that is the case… then what the heck are we teaching our children??? Be careful Children learn what they live….  here’s a good role model image to have…

Local Heros


Well today hopefully if you were selling something, you made record sells… I wish you all success but hopefully you took time to realize some people, many people in this country at this time have made sacrifice so you could have those benefits.

Greed, my Dad always said is the root cause of all relationships ending and mean spirited behaviors consuming people… we sometimes think poor people or street people will steal from us and we don’t feel comfortable being near them when in reality, more often than not, rich people become obsessed with success and there is an insatiable pallet that cannot be satisfied at any expense and eventually the only outcome is self destruction.

That is why we have these “holidays” or “vacations” to take a break, realize there is more to gets more and more difficult with technology and being so connected yet so distant in our relationships….people are important, friendships are everything and being nice is just as good as it gets.

  This is just one of ohhhh so many expressions of love…..  click this link to see a lovely photographers heartfelt images.
So if you forgot, got to busy or caught up in your “me syndrome” do remember all these fallen soldiers and the people they left behind today if only once in 365 days… take a moment… you will feel good about yourself and the world if you do…I promise…No big deal, just quietly, reverently, respect our Freedom and the cost of it.
A photographer or Artist hopes with all their heart and soul to “make an impact” “make a difference” “show others  what we see”…. Sometimes,often, we are valued long after we are gone; sadly I think but a fact that could be changed by… YOU.  I think Laura does a beautiful job of revealing her emotion in her images!  Hopefully you can feel it and share both the joy and sorrow.   Sometimes pain can bring emotions to the surface that all can feel and share.
I personally do feel and I’m glad I do and if you are just too busy to, then I’ll feel for you too. ©CassGreene

Sustainable Farming…. a glass of Wine!

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Sometimes you have a dream and sometimes dreams come true.  Well that’s exactly what happened with Dennis and Julie at Eagles Nest Winery.   We have enjoyed visiting with them on a few occasions from the beginning of making their vineyard and cozy cottage for overnight relaxation time.    We have watched their hard work over the last 4-5 years and it has really paid off for them in that they have started to have award-winning wines.  How cool is that!?

When you arrive,  you have been on a long winding country road and arrive at a beautiful gate with the vineyards on the other side.

We just attended a tasting at their Southern California Vineyards and was pleasantly surprised how many award-winning wines that now have.  There is the Gold Metal Cabernet Sauvignon Ruby Port, Zinfandel, Merlot,  and Syrah.   In the white variety they have a Gold Metal  Picpoul Blanc Port.

Their award-winning estate wines benefit from sustainable farming with sheep for weeding, no herbicides or harsh pesticides are used.    They have a high regard for quality control and close hands on monitoring of each barrel during the fermentation and aging process.

The cottage is atop a hill with incredible views.   Dennis and Julie are amazing host and have little utility vehicles to take you around for tours of the estate.  It has giant rocks and hills with little private corners with wonderful benches, trees, and rustic wine decor all over the hillside.   You feel like you may have gone to another country and can get lost in your thoughts and enjoy the beauty nature has to offer and it’s an ever abundance of beauty.

Dennis and Marty have been friends from their Navy days and Julie and I have our love for photography and technology.  She is a techno genius and they both work night and day,  so sometimes,  even when your dream comes true,  it’s often hard to take the time for yourself to enjoy and relax when you are providing so much environment and ambiance for others to enjoy… the fruits of your labors yield more to others than for yourself sadly in a way.   We also share an incredible love and bond with our animals.   They have sheep and chickens and dogs and critters everywhere is numbers!

They even use their little paw buddies on their wine labels!   We remember when they rescued Duke, the Doberman,  we had our Meli at that time.  Duke is getting old now and it’s always sad to see the rapid aging process with dogs.

The creativity, science and chemistry knowledge along with farming and laws of the land is a most rewarding time for them when they finally get all us folks up there, tasting their delicious wines!   If you want a short little get-away,  I highly recommend a trip up to Eagle Nest Winery and for sure get connected with them on Twitter and the internet,  you’ll enjoy seeing their upcoming events of wines, grape crushing, fermenting, pressing, bottling, corking, labeling and packing…. for Premium wines and breathtaking views… take a gander and experience this peaceful place!

Julie said she might consider Raleigh and Quigley for a label in the future, so they are hard at work discussing how to tell the difference between Aroma and Bouquet in Wine Tasting….. Raleigh says you put your nose directly into the glass and if it smells fruity or floral, that’s Aroma… Quigley said if it smells yeasty, woody or buttery like stems that’s Bouquet…. I laughed and said I don’t think either are you are going to be hired for “tasting” the wine… it’s a “modeling job”!

Thanks Julie & Dennis for making us a part of the Good Food, Good Wine and Good Friends!

Enjoy, Share, tell your friends and now go have a glass of Wine!  My husband is pouring one for me now!  Cheers!

Papaya… Paw Paw… My All Time Favorite

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I read that Papaya is called Paw Paw in Australia and plentiful all year round…. well I have two friends there and hopefully, they will let me know if that’s true?

Papaya is one of the first natural digestive enzymes I started taking many years ago,  (pill form) then when I moved to CA,  I found the papaya to not only be plentiful but sweet, delicious and amazing elegant desert.  I grew up in the South and I had never had Papaya as it’s a more tropical fruit and at that time not so plentiful in our grocery stores.  Plus we generally ate what we grew on the farm rather than buy much produce at the store.   Among it’s many benefits, Papaya also helps lower the inflammation in the body so can be an excellent food source for people with sports injuries or arthritis.

The enzymes of the papaya aid in digestion and breaking down proteins into amino acids.  Because it helps with anti-nausea, it can be beneficial to treat the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation.  I used to always have papaya on hand to snack on and generally ended my meal with some papaya desert concoction I came up, depending on how ripe my stash of papayas were at the time.

The skin is not edible but the seeds have a spicy, sharp taste and could be ground to use as a black pepper substitute.  I’ve never tried this substitute because personally, I LOVE fresh ground black pepper!

Papaya is pretty easy to find for Breakfast or Lunch around Southern CA restaurants.  Papaya is sweet and succulent, one of the healthiest of nature’s fruits.  An exquisite tropical fruit and so easy to prepare a variety of ways.  If you have not tried it,  please do and let me know how you like it.

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Beat the scorching summer? Remember crunchy cucumber!

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Cucumbers are refreshing and a great digestive aid.   Since I was born with a structural deformity of my entire digestive track,  I’ve had to rely on increasing my awareness and knowledge base of what I could and could not eat without being rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery.  I had surgery at birth and two other times in my life because I could not digest properly.   So these little green things became my friend early early in life.  I found them refreshing, crunchy and easy to snack on.    This wonderful, low calorie vegetable has more nutrients to offer than just water and electrolytes, but since I was prone to dehydration,  it’s a natural food source for someone like me!

I also found some crazy wild tips on other uses of the mighty cucumber! Check it out!

  1. Tired of your bathroom mirror fogging up after a shower? Try rubbing a cucumber slice along the mirror, it will eliminate the fog and provide a soothing, spa-like fragrance.
  2. Are grubs and slugs ruining your planting beds? Place a few slices in a small pie tin and your garden will be free of pests all season long. The chemicals in the cucumber react with the aluminum to give off a scent undetectable to humans but drive garden pests crazy and make them flee the area.
  3. Looking for a fast and easy way to remove cellulite before going out or to the pool? Try rubbing a slice or two of cucumbers along your problem area for a few minutes, the phytochemicals in the cucumber cause the collagen in your skin to tighten, firming up the outer layer and reducing the visibility of cellulite. Works great on wrinkles too!!!
  4. Want to avoid a hangover or terrible headache? Eat a few cucumber slices before going to bed and wake up refreshed and headache free. Cucumbers contain enough sugar, B vitamins and electrolytes to replenish essential nutrients the body lost, keeping everything in equilibrium, avoiding both a hangover and headache!!
  5. Cucumber Facts and CuresLooking to fight off that afternoon or evening snacking binge? Cucumbers have been used for centuries and often used by European trappers, traders and explores for quick meals to thwart off starvation.
  6. Have an important meeting or job interview and you realize that you don’t have enough time to polish your shoes? Rub a freshly cut cucumber over the shoe, its chemicals will provide a quick and durable shine that not only looks great but also repels water.
  7. Out of WD 40 and need to fix a squeaky hinge? Take a cucumber slice and rub it along the problematic hinge, and voila, the squeak is gone!
  8. Stressed out and don’t have time for massage, facial or visit to the spa? Cut up an entire cucumber and place it in a boiling pot of water, the chemicals and nutrients from the cucumber with react with the boiling water and be released in the steam, creating a soothing, relaxing aroma that has been shown the reduce stress in new mothers and college students during final exams.
  9. Just finish a business lunch and realize you don’t have gum or mints? Take a slice of cucumber and press it to the roof of your mouth with your tongue for 30 seconds to eliminate bad breath, the phytochemcials will kill the bacteria in your mouth responsible for causing bad breath.
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Radishes good for treating thyroid imbalances

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If you are like me, you avoid the doctor unless necessary.  But I ask myself often,  do they NOT read journals and magazines and current trends of things?  Why is it that the thyroid is so misdiagnosed and even if you go in fully armed with a journal of events for changes in your own body, they still tell you that your T4 and T3 are in “normal ranges”.  Who’s normal?  Clearly not what I had before they insisted on removing one of my body parts that I was using quite well .. thank you!

I had Thyroid surgery in 2003 and that changed my life more than anything I can remember.  I went from a hyper 90 pound little thing, sleeping less than 5 hours a night and could practically move mountains with my energy… once they removed a portion of thyroid, I felt tired, gained weight, loss my hair and all these things made me depressed on top it all.

Well life has never been the same since for me.  I quickly realized that doctors do not know what is “normal” for my body and frankly they didn’t care as long as I “fit” into a “category” nicely for them, they were happy with their work.  Well I was not!  Deluded doctors and test results that fall within “norm” are unsatisfactory to me… Gosh, don’t think anyone in my life ever described is as “norm”..ha!  I don’t think doctors believe as much in vitamins, food values and nutrition as I do and I’m not sure it’s part of their medical training?  Well I have devoted my entire lifetime to eating healthy and being part Cherokee Indian,  I also believe in a lot of natural remedies.

I’ve continued to search and look for ways to boost my thyroid naturally and avoid doctors and medicines as much as possible.  I have found sometimes a little success.  I found that Russia has used radishes for treating thyroid imbalances, particularly black radishes but red ones as well.   Another great help is coconut oil and I have used that for many years now.   Just a tidbit of information worth researching if you feel you have a thyroid problem and the doctors just don’t understand you.  I LOVE radishes and will look for ways to add them to my meals and snacks!  Good Luck and let me know if you have any success!

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The Simple side of Breakfast

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Sometimes I think how simple it is to have something we maybe take for granted in our daily habits go from “ordinary to extraordinary”.    My husband laughs at me cause I’m always talk about ambiance…. whether it’s a candle lit just to give that pretty glow light or the beautiful morning light with a soft cloth napkin, a pretty glass, a daisy petal on my plate, or just the dog’s nose so hard at work to capture the smells of daily life….

I cherish it all every single day and I capture some part of it each and every day with my camera lens a little bit.  This makes me happy and I sort of freeze that moment in time that I can come back to again and again…. and I do as I tend to cogitate life frequently!

Awwww….it’s sometimes just the “simple” things that make life so special to me! I call that “Appreciation”;  a special gift of being self aware enough to “See” and seeing is an Art.  (hence The Art of Seeing)

Sometimes I think I was “born” this way (I guess I was to some extent, cause I’ve have always been more than a little passionate with my photography and making “sets” to make my eyes dance with the light since about the age of 8 years old) and sometimes I think after surviving 3 cancers that dominated about 15 years of my total life… you just “see” and “appreciate” and “desire” beauty maybe in a little different perspective, I don’t know for sure… but I do all I can to create the most simple pleasures, that many others may never stop to see, into my cherished memories and moments of a lifetime for myself… I think about is as the Everyday lifestyles made a little fuller, a little richer, a little more memorable with just that extra moment to give it a  “thoughtful” touch.

Enjoy and take a moment to be give a little joy along your journey… while it’s all about your life… life has more meaning when you give back a little.  Thanks for the memories! Classic… Now Share & Enjoy!

Fishing Docks 6:30am

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We love Sunday morning to go down with the Dobies to the watch the fishing boats arrive with their Catch!   I photograph while Raleigh sniffs the air as if he is in absolute heaven… I swear,  I think this pup is part cat… he loves being around the fish and is so interested.

I noticed they were cutting one tail fin off each fish and I asked why?  They said that sport fish catches could not be used for commercial use and this tagged the fish for the Dept of Fish and Game.

Wasn’t anything big like some mornings… but we still enjoy the walk and morning air there on the docks.. the fisherman are all friendly and nice and sometimes super excited about their fish!  It’s just another pleasant way to start a good day!

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Weekends on the West Coast

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You know it’s just magic sometimes to get up early and go out before the world wakes up…. the things you see, smell, do,  are all different before 7am and it’s my favorite time of day…watching the sun rise, seeing the light change, watching my Dobies sniff the air… seeing young kids out that early in the city on their skate boards or bikes… it’s just magical to me! No words or feelings are quite like that “before the rest of the world awakes” time!  Maybe it’s those days on the farm of getting up so early to beat the heat of the day to complete our chores… I don’t know but I cherish the solitude and the rare breed that is up and out to see the sun rise and I’m glad it’s only a few of mostly us dog lovers!

Yummy Avocado

Avocado sliced on top of Eggs Bacon Benedict for Breakfast Plate

Avocado sliced on side of salad and fish plate

We are lucky here in Southern CA,  many of us have these wonderful trees growing in our yards!   I love avocado for breakfast, lunch or dinner plates!

Avocados provide nearly 20 essential nutrients, including fiber, potassium, Vitamin E, B-vitamins and folic acid. They also act as a “nutrient booster” by enabling the body to absorb more fat-soluble nutrients, such as alpha and beta-carotene and lutein, in foods that are eaten with the fruit.

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Eggs … I LOVE Eggs

I grew up on a farm in North Carolina.  We had pretty much “organic” by today’s standards and didn’t know what that meant…. we just grew our own food cause all Farms in the area did just that.  We had chickens, cows, pigs, gardens for flowers and food, pets like dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, ducks, little chicks and horses for farming which I tried to ride…but that’s another story on another day.  (I was known as a little Rebel right out of the shoot… and pretty hard to tame I reckon as the story goes.)

One of my all time favorite things though has always been Eggs!  I love them any way you want to fix them.   And just about every time I eat an egg, I think of my Grandpa telling me about the wooden eggs he whittled to keep the fox out of the hen house… I always was soooo fascinated that the fox would steal the wooden egg thinking it was real…  Well Grandpa said the hens had to sit on it to keep it warm to fool him I guess.   Anyway,  must have been about 4 or 5 at the time and funny how some memories last a life time and remain as pleasant and fascinating as they did at that very moment!

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OliveWood Gardens Quick Snips

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Outstanding in the Field event at OliveWood Gardens was a beautiful occassion and I enjoyed watching the evening unfold.  The teams working were so fun and seem to really enjoy their work…that sure makes for a fun time!   Here are just a few teaser images…. I have many more on the way…..

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Custom Cocktails

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You’re thirsty for that refreshing drink?  Oh My!  The innovation of Snake Oil Cocktails will quench your thirst but leave you wanting yet another!

Flexible, Creative, Nice Guys! Great Drinks!

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Shoreline Eats

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Hop on my bicycle and head on down for some fresh fish at Mitches.  You know dogs are welcome on the patio… and Raleigh loves fish!

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All Local & All Fresh

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I feel so fortunate to live in an area that any day of the week I can go to my local fish market (Catalina Off Shore Products) and get fresh seafood.  I can also find a farmers market any day of the week for fresh produce.

Some people travel the world for this experience…. While I enjoy some travel,  I like to be home with my Dobermans and enjoy the locals…. I’m a lot like like “Dorothy” in that way…”there’s no place like home”!

Farm Fresh Milk

Milk SeriesI love Milk!   Actually so do both my Dobermans!  I think they can hear and smell the milk container come out of the frig…. regardless of type of container!

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My John Deer Green Prop

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Yes right in my box with thousands of props I have the most coveted green Fiesta coffee cup…. God only knows what values I’ve lost over the years!  Sometimes ignorance is bliss!  

I did see some of my dish ware at an antique store for $45 a plate and I gave the set away…go figure!  

Collecting props is more than a hobby, it’s a necessary part of my job and I have spent hours, days, weeks… a life time actually, collecting just the right prop for just the right moment…. and I spend my days capturing moments… those little slices of life cause we remember the moments!

At its introduction in 1936, Fiesta was produced in five colors: Red (orange red), Blue (cobalt), Green (light green), Yellow (deep golden), and Old Ivory (yellowish cream). By 1938, two years into production, a sixth color was added: Turquoise (robin‘s egg blue). With the exception of the Red, this color assortment remained in production until approximately 1950. The original Red had been discontinued before 1944 (see below).

The lack of this vibrant color, plus the general changes in society due to the United States’ participation in World War II, had caused a slump in sales of the larger serving pieces from the early 1940s. Prior to this reduction in the number of shapes offered, only one or two very specialized shapes had been discontinued and those by 1938. Later items which were discontinued, such as covered onion soup bowls in turquoise glaze and mixing bowl covers in any color, are scarce and highly prized by collectors.

By 1950, home decorating styles and colors had changed. The Homer Laughlin Company discontinued some original glaze colors and replaced them with four new colors. The original Blue (cobalt), the original Green (light green), and the original Old Ivory (yellowish cream) were discontinued, replaced by Rose (pinkish brown), Gray (medium), Forest (dark green), and Chartreuse (bright yellowish green). Two existing glaze colors, Yellow and Turquoise, continued in production, so the company continued to offer six colors through the 1950s.

By the end of the 1950s, sales had again dropped. The company reduced its offering of items and changed the glaze colors. By 1959 the United States government had released its block on uranium, which enabled the Homer Laughlin Company to produce the original bright orange-red glaze again (see below). The company discontinued the four glazes of the previous decade in favor of four new choices. A wholly new glaze color of green was developed and marketed at this time.

Although the company always referred to the new color simply as Green on any of its brochures, collectors later christened it Medium Green, to distinguish it from other green glazes which the company had produced. The Medium Green is a bright, almost Kelly Green. Some have described it as aJohn Deere Tractorgreen. Beginning in 1959, Fiesta was available in the following colors: Red (original orange red), Green (new Medium green), Yellow (original golden), and Turquoise (original robin’s egg blue).

Although this color assortment was available and sold for ten years (1959–1969), the popularity of Fiesta had fallen. The newest shade of green is in very short supply on the secondary market relative to the other glaze colors. It has gained almost mythical status and, for certain pieces in this glaze, commands astronomical prices wholly disproportionate to the rest of the line.

The Yellow glaze is the one glaze that was in production throughout the life of vintage Fiesta. Turquoise, while not strictly an original color (having been introduced about a year into Fiesta’s production) was otherwise also in continuous production until the end of the original vintage era in 1969. Red, while an original color at the line’s introduction, was removed from the market before 1944 (see below). Although it was brought back into production from 1959 to 1969, this was after most of the unusual serving pieces had long been discontinued. Red pieces also usually command a premium price in the secondary market, both for its vibrancy in the mix of colors and for its scarcity due to limited years of production. While many collectors love all the colors, some only want those of the “Original 6” or “Fifties Colors”.

Okay…. over prepared for my dinner tomorrow…I been hanging around with lot of Chefs and I LOVE em ALL

Alright all ready.. between Food Stylist and Chefs…. I may have become a little over zellous with meals!   but hey its been going on for 3-4 years now…hope you can deal with it and develop the appreciation I have for this industry…. amazing people!!!!!!! Love you all!


Thinking about my dinner tomorrow night

Catalina Offshore Products freshest fish on EARTH

Catalina Offshore Products freshest fish on EARTH

Picked up some fresh fish from Tommy at Catalina OffShore Products and just admiring it!    This is my dinner tomorrow night… tonight I have melt in your mouth Yellow Tail Tuna Sashimi!

To see how I prepare this check back later ,  got to eat my sashimi now!  

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Vegan Beer Pairings For Charity – Big Success!

Five Course  100% Vegan with no animal products dinner menu with Chef Chad.

Sea Rocket Bistro and LoveLikeBeer team up to feature Vegan Food and Craft Beer pairings.  10% of sales donated to The International Rescue Committee.

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Sea Rocket – Tasty Bites

A Fun Dinner with Chef Chad at Sea Rocket!

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Sea Rocket Celebrates Anniversary with new Partner/Chef

On June 1st, North Park’s Sea Rocket Bistro will be turning three. In a big way of celebrating and continuing their success Executive Chef Chad White is joining forces with Sea Rocket’s current owners, Dennis Stein and Elena Rivellino to take Sea Rocket to it’s next level.   Celebrations are in order and will soon be announced!  Check back frequently as Cass Greene Photography captures the essence of these upcoming event!

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Thai Fruit Carving – Elegance

There is a long tradition of intricate art around fruit carving in Thailand, especially in preparation of food for the Royal Family.  In San Diego,  we have a diversity of Asian population.  Recently I attended a celebration of peoples from Asia and the Pacific Islands.  

I  was lucky to travel to Korea and Japan in the Autumn of 2010 and I love the Arts and traditions of these cultural groups and enjoy the education, experience and SHARE greatly their LOVE for photography and making art out of sometimes nothing much at all… the true joy of seeing, creating and being in “a moment” is a treasure… a gift not to be so rushed that we don’t even enjoy the delights of such simple pleasure.  

I feel these moments are the greatest treasures and simply the most important of all.  I wish I could surround myself with an abundance of people who cherish the artful journey.  I believe “we” inspire and that’s a gift of itself… is it not?

Collaboration Kitchen – Success

100% of ALL proceeds will go to charities through Fruit of the Soul!

If you like this post,  please pass it forward in FaceBook or Twitter….  If you like this event… better make your RSVP as soon as the next one is announced… they sell out in less than an Hour!   We did 100 plates last night!                                                   To see more of my images about Collaboration Kitchen Team go to and click on Events.