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Jeanine Lewis

Jeanine Lewis

Jeanine Lewis is a renaissance freelance writer. As an alumna of University of Washington, she has been published in a variety of subject matters.

She worked as a summer staff writer at the Tri-City Herald in Washington State. In academia, Jeanine presented an Art History paper at the 2003 Neoplatonic Aesthetics Conference in Florence, Italy. She has poetry works in the National Library of Poetry and in a collections book, published in 2008, entitled Our Black Fathers: Brave, Bold, and Beautiful! http://www.amazon.com/Our-Black-Fathers-Brave-Beautiful/dp/0981778402. While studying abroad in Italy, she became a wine and food enthusiast. Jeanine currently enjoys merging her love of writing with an appreciation for fine wine and cuisine.

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Articles by Jeanine Lewis

New Orleans has so many hidden treasures that you can discover on your own and through the people who love and call the city their home.

As the executive chef for LSG Sky Chefs' client Alaska Airlines, Clifton Lyles provides high- quality dishes for those who crave luxury even at 30,000 feet.

With a background in catering, politics, medicine and information technology, William “Chip” Brown is a true Renaissance man.

Festival-goers from all over the world attend the annual festival that includes gourmet crab-themed dinners, family-style cioppino feeds, wine competitions, and crab cake cook-off events.
January 31, 2011

Visit Mendocino

A Northern California coastal getaway, Mendocino is an unlikely hybrid of vintage architecture and with modern amenities.

The Emerald City: On your next foodie vacation, Seattle will not disappoint.

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