About: Nanette Wiser
A San Diego transplant to Tampa Bay, foodie Nanette Wiser's local and national culinary and travel musings have appeared in more than 500 magazines, newspapers, websites and on television. When she's not searching for the next great meal, inspired chef, food trend or sensational spirits for her blog "The Inquisitive Tongue", she's working as a journalist and multimedia content producer. An experienced marketing and public relations professional, she's passionate about social media, mobile apps and video as storytelling tools. Catch her up on your best bet for good eats at email@example.com.
Recent Posts by Nanette Wiser
Toasting friends and family just get tastier with these amazing cocktail recipes from the upcoming sixth anniversary celebration of Clearwater Beach Uncorked, December 2-3, in a new location directly on Clearwater Beach (Right next to the official host hotel, Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach), just south of Pier 60, Clearwater Beach. From bubbly to vodka, hot…Read more
To me, spring break means curling up with a great book on the beach with a boat drink in hand, virgin style, from the local juice bar. Here are some of my delicious recommendations, a savory selection of food writing from authors new and old. Some of my favorite authors include everything by M.F.K. Fisher,…Read more
You can see our first Cheap Eats article here, so you have a bigger list to choose from. That lists includes; The Wharf, Rick’s Reef, Senor Taco, Tasty Pho, Shubee Shack, Bodega, Chi Town Beef & Dogs, Old Key West Bar & Grill, and Del Mar Gastro Lounge. Check it out. Don't confuse cheap with fast food.…Read more
"Les diners de Gala is uniquely devoted to the pleasures of taste … If you are a disciple of one of those calorie-counters who turn the joys of eating into a form of punishment, close this book at once; it is too lively, too aggressive, and far too impertinent for you."-Salvador Dalí Gala Dinner: Salvador…Read more
Don't confuse cheap with fast food. St. Pete foodies know that inexpensive quality homemade food (both sit down and take out) is an adventure like finding a Coach bag in a thrift shop. In my hungry meanderings, I've discovered delightful dishes with big taste for small clams. Tell me your favorite cheap chow joint; email…Read more
Joanne Weir calls San Francisco home, but the world is her cauldron. The acclaimed writer and culinary artist offers cooking schools in San Francisco, Tuscany and Greece when she's not appearing on television or gathering new recipes. I interviewed Weir for the San Diego Union Tribune years ago when she debuted her Tapas to Meze…Read more
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