it’s about time.

23 Feb

Welcome!  I’ve been dwelling on the idea of launching a blog for many months – the delay: a name.

“Relevant Eats” randomly was conceptualized tonight. Hooray!

What’s it about?  Ill save you a click and paste…

ABOUT: “rel·e·vant [rel-uh-vuhnt] –adjective : bearing upon or connected with the matter in hand; pertinent.

We all eat.  Whether the experience  is relevant to you is subjective.  This blog is dedicated to those who esteem culinary artistry and its sensory possibilities.”

When did North Carolina become so relevant?  I leave and return and its booming, particularly downtown Raleigh.  The most appealing aspect of it all is the majority of NC’s reputable places are locally owned- no corporate/franchise backing…  Survival based on the principal of down-right goodness.  So since its all new to me – I felt it best to share my experiences with other  patrons curious of what is relevant in NC ‘eats’.

I’ve been over-analyzing food/restaurants/bevies for a while… taking it all a bit too seriously — But food is important!  It’s a biological necessity, but we aren’t just inventing fire.  We’ve been getting fancy with food for a while – so let’s embrace this experience that culinary artists strive to deliver and share what is worthy to be deemed relevant – good, bad, or mediocre.

-Relevant Eats.

2 Responses to “it’s about time.”

  1. Meechai April 7, 2011 at 2:06 pm #

    Great blog! Keep it relevant, keep it honest! Not complete though..till you come to Spize cafe 🙂

    • Relevant Eats April 7, 2011 at 6:31 pm #

      Ha! Thanks for the feedback- looking forward to stopping in! -Relevant Eats

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