Audra has diligently sampled everything from rhubarb pie to rattlesnake in an effort to sate her palate's curiosity for tastefully flavored fare.
Now she's cutting into Milwaukee's culinary scene in an attempt to determine once and for all what this city has to offer for foodies like herself.
A freelance writer who recently relocated from Dallas, Texas, Audra has spent the last six years working in various capacities of the public relations and communications fields. She openly admits to hoarding a stash of Valrhona chocolate and to consuming mad amounts of rich, dark coffee. Audra also admits she has yet to frame her B.A. in English from Oklahoma State University.
A native of Oklahoma, Audra grew up in a family of southern style cooks who taught her that with good family beside you and good food on the table, anything is possible.
amy winehouse, what i'm obsessed with this winter: pg tips tea with a little lemon and honey, chewy chocolate cookies, red velvet cake, clementines.
other things i love:orchids, cupcakes with buttercream frosting, a strong cup of coffee, music that makes me want to dance, books that touch my heart or make my mind work overtime, foods packed with flavor, holiday cds, peter bjorn and john, mika, jet, new white stripes, thievery corporation.
books that i like so much i'd buy you a new copy instead of loan you mine: donald miller, "blue like jazz"; haruki murakami, ?the wind-up bird chronicle;? all jill conner browne's "sweet potato queen" books; rebecca wells, "divine secrets of the ya-ya sisterhood"; anything by john maxwell, bruce wilkinson or joyce meyer; sue monk kidd, the secret life of bees; david sedaris --i have laughed through all his works, writing, traveling, feist, the smell of hawaiian tropic tanning oil.
kitchen gadget i can't live w/out: citrus press
in my ipod right now: harry, but still think the collection in holidays on ice packs the most punch; new and vintage entertainment books like dorthy draper's ?entertaining is fun!