I can now actually ship to just about anywhere a few items from our Haute Cuisine Shop. If I calculate correctly, I’ll be able to produce some amazingly collectible and hilarious food items, plus some dainties that really do measure up to the gourmet standard.
Here are the preliminary labels for some of the Ashram products I have in mind for public circulation:
These are just the beginning — I intend to release as much from our Magic Kitchen as I can possibly arrange and figure out how to package and ship them safely. Continue reading
IshtarFest 1977, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
In 1965, Bea Stanley and several other students at Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles came up with the idea of a festival to celebrate the Vernal Equinox and the event known today as “Easter”, a corruption of the word “Ishtar”, celebrating the descent of the Goddess into the Underworld and Her Triumphant Return (after the traditional 3 days & 3 nights including meals and tips, in the traditional Grave). These days, she’s had a sex-change and appears as the Easter Rabbit, leaving little eggs all over the White House lawn. Please don’t forget what this Sacred Holyday is all about — chocolate.
T. took this photo of our IshtarFest 3, back in Los Angeles, Easter 1967. It’s a lot less messy now that we’re online!!!
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E.J. GOLD’S UNIFIED CHOCOLATE THEORY
My Unified Chocolate Theory has as its basis the 3 Primary Factors.
Quality, Quality and Quality.
To me, design and presentation are extremely important. A well-designed presentation prepares the palate for the expectation of great taste.