Teri,

I had such a wonderful time at the conference thanks to your stellar planning and beautiful spirit. You put on a great event and I am going to make it the one writing conference that I promote throughout the year. I can honestly say that it is the best that I have been to so far (better than some heavy hitters) for attendees as well as presenters. Thank you again for having me.

Best,

Natalie Obando-Desai


Teri Bayus was recently engaged by the Community Foundation of Estero Bay to provide its Board with a social media for non-profits seminar. The seminar was professional, instructive, useful, and engaging. The Board is grateful to Teri for informing it about the nature of various current social media platforms, and their potential application for the benefit of a non-profit. Thank you Teri!

Ron Reisner


Teri -

If you are tired of hearing this, forgive me. But you have once again done very well for yourself and writers. It was a wonderful conference. And in no small part it was due to you and your coterie of volunteers who, I might add, adore you. Add me to your long list of fans. You did spanked as many home runs for your participants as you did your staff and faculty. If you can't hear the applause coming from my Tarzana office I'm not clapping hard enough.

Thanks again, oh Mistress of the Writer Realm,

Doug Richardson











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Teri is on TV!

I am doing a TV version of my dinner reviews for Central Coast Now TV (Charter Channel 10 & Comcast Channel 27) so look for my show "Taste Buds". Click on either logo to see the shows! I am having a ball producing it, here is the promo:




Check out all the shows and events for Taste Buds
www.tastebuds.tv



Taste Buds Best Chef Competition

Taste Buds TV Show and Simply Clear Marketing and Media are rolling out the first Best Chef Competition. The contest includes chef's competing in a "Chopped" style battle at the Inspired Home Expo using a CSA box from Talley Farms.

Nominated chefs are:

  • Kristina Duffy of Inn At Morro Bay
  • Casey Walcot of the Sea Venture
  • Sarah Paddock of Chipwrecked
  • Chris Beckett of Fish Gaucho
  • Nicola Allegretta of Mistura and Mama's Meatballs
Chefs will receive a Talley Box of produce and fruits and can add any protein they desire. "We're looking forward to experiencing the unique tastes these chefs will create with the fresh and local fruits and vegetables from our Talley Farms Fresh Harvest boxes," stated Andrea S Chavez, Manager of Fresh Harvest Talley Farms.

A panel of professional judges will oversee the blind arbitrating while the attendees of the Inspired Home Expo can taste and vote for the People's Choice. Chefs will be judged on use of ingredients, presentation, taste and originality. After the show, each chef will receive a full-page layout with the recipe and pictures in the Inspired Heath Magazine.

"Chef's Casey, Sarah, and Nicola were all featured in Season 1 of Taste Buds, and Kristina and Chris are planned for Season 2," stated Teri Bayus, Host and producer of Taste Buds, "Each chef has their own unique strengths and it will be thrilling to see who can take home the prize."

The Free live event will be held on Saturday, February 25th at the Inspired Home & Gourmet Expo of Paso Robles at the Paso Robles Event Center from 1:00 pm-3:00 pm, presented by Taste Buds and Simply Clear Marketing & Media. The expo will be held February 25th & 26th, 2017. Attendees can sample and vote for the Best chef People's Choice at the Inspired Home Expo.

Judges include; Liz Dodder Hansen, Jacob Town, Rachel Hommel, and Kendra Aronson. The judge's choice and people's choice winners will be announced Saturday at 3:30 pm.

Click here for more information.






Let the good times roll on Tuesday, March 14th, at 5:30pm when the SLO Film Fest opens with a Mardi Gras themed food event followed by Leslie Iwerks new film, "ELLA BRENNAN: Commanding the Table," about one of New Orleans' most famous restaurants, Commander's Palace.

The party will be a "foodie's" dream come true! Fifteen chefs from restaurants around SLO County will be sharing their tasty culinary treats at tables throughout the Festival VIP Tent and the Fremont Theatre. Interspersed will be thirteen amazing Central Coast wines and other libations.

The price of admission allows you to go hog wild and taste everything...AND see a great movie when you're fat as a tick and just want to sit awhile.

And if that isn't enough, popular band Cafe Musique will perform their lively musical stylings with a southern twist on the Fremont Theater stage before the movie begins.

Tuesday, March 14 (our unofficial Fat Tuesday!)
5:30pm Dinner and a Movie at the Fremont Theatre, San Luis Obispo
$50 general / $40 students and Film Society members
Ticket includes all food, drinks and movie

Tickets available at: https://slofilmfest.org/2017/01/27/slo-film-fest-opening-night-good-times-in-store-yall/





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