Friday, August 18, 2017

All posts by "Marve Ann Alaimo"

Food blogger extraordinaire at My Sweet N Savory Life, eating my way through my life with my beautiful little girl Anna in tow.
kunjani coffee shop

By Marve Ann Alaimo, mysweetnsavorylife@gmail.com Stephanie Bunnett may be living in Naples now, but thoughts of her native Zimbabwe are never far away.  Nearly ten years ago, Bunnett came to ...
the bowl

Yoga instructor, Kylee Brinkman, spent years living and traveling in California and Hawaii where healthy clean eating is commonplace.  So when Brinkman and her husband landed in Naples, they immediately ...
chef asif syed

As a young boy, Asif Rasheed Syed spent afternoons in the kitchen with his mother as she prepared their family’s meals.  Those afternoons spent carefully watching and learning sparked a ...
A falafel platter with lettuce, parsley, mint, tomatoes, pickled turnip, radish, and tahini sauce

Nabil Bassil had a busy career after having earned two Masters degrees in civil engineering and hydraulics.  But Bassil had a promise to keep.  Many years before, Bassil’s mother wrote ...
fried fish from jimmy's bait n tackle

Naples native, Jimmy McDonnell, remembers the quieter times, years before Naples became a thriving tropical destination for seasonal travelers.   He recounts days when he and other teens, from all ...
chef morsmoto's new restaurant in disney springs

The happiest place on Earth has just made the food world a little happier.  After months of anticipation, the newly redesigned Disney Springs is now open.  Once a quaint shopping ...
the 32 ounce steak

On June 5, 90 self-described “foodies” gathered from around Southwest Florida to partake in a once-in-a-lifetime, fourteen-course tasting menu at Bill’s Steak and Seafood presented by Meet and Eat SWFL.   ...
food from martin fierro restaurant

There is a certain intimacy in the experience of the family dinner that draws us in.  The camaraderie at a table with bowls, spoons and smiles passed around along with ...
tropical salad at survey cafe

Anyone who has driven down the stretch of Old 41 south of Bonita Beach Road can imagine what Bonita Springs’ downtown area must have been like in its heyday. With ...
the wings from black eyed pig

I am a high-class, JBF, Michelin star kind of foodie… But I have to admit, I am an absolutely crazy wing nut. I really love a good chicken wing.  For 20 ...
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