I’ve been writing and blogging since the middle of 2005 when I moved to Singapore and wanted to be able to easily connect with family and friends back in the US and in Germany. Blogging seemed to be the way to reach a larger crowd and not have to tell the same story a thousand times. Beyond my normal day-to-day work, my passions and hobbies revolve around food and cooking and technology and the people I talk to enjoy these things too, so I try to bring fresh ideas and perspective into these areas of interest and generate some lively discussions.

I love to cook for people who love to eat, and am especially inspired to cook recipes that I have tried somewhere and wanted to recreate at home and/or recipes from cultures other than the one I grew up with (American – although granted, my parents were great at making sure we experienced the various cuisines of the world).

Because I’m a digital marketing strategist, technology is naturally a part of the air I breathe. This blog, as strange as it may sound, will attempt to merge these two themes, probably sometimes successfully and sometimes less so. So you’ll likely find some posts just devoted to food and some just to technology, but hopefully they will always be worth taking a glance at.



3 responses to “About

  1. nurulthecook

    November 23, 2012 at 7:53 am

    Interesting mix. Food and Tech!!

    Also interesting that you’ve lived in Germany! Me too for a very long time!! Now in Cambodia πŸ™‚

  2. prodigypita

    September 13, 2017 at 10:05 pm

    Hi, somehow I can’t comment on your blog when I type my question on one of your older posts, but when I wrote that is not possible to comment, that post is showing to me like moderation awaiting. Weird πŸ˜€
    Anyway, I wanted to ask you about sea urchins and where did you find them.


    • diginibble

      September 18, 2017 at 2:44 pm

      Hi. I got the sea urchins at the Viktualienmarkt here in Munich at a store called Poseidon. They don’t have them all the time, rather just on occasion. They are not easy to find in Munich. You would probably have better luck finding them frozen at a Japanese store. I don’t think the quality degrades too much when they are frozen, although I have never tried.


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