These are links to the most recent articles I've written, plus radio interviews with and about me, plus articles Robert and I collaborated on. Also included are links to other things in my life I want to share with you:
Story about South Africa, Part 3, by Dianne Boate
Article in the Examiner, January 31, 2011 (Also, there is a link to the radio interview below)
Article in the San Francisco Chronicle, July 20, 2005
Also, I have been a frequent contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle column, Two Cents
Robert and I wrote a number of articles for San Francisco Bay Crossings magazine from 2004-2007. Besides the three listed below, all forty-nine articles can be found here. Just type my name in the "search" box:
We said this a long time ago: We never met a Zinfandel we didn’t like....
Interview: February 16, 2011
The Love Letter Squad, Love Letters Live (29:37)
Dianne Boate talks about her friendship with and letter to Ron Patterson who recently passed away at the age of 80. In the face of having lost a good friend, Dianne has the joy of knowing that she said to him what she felt while she still had the chance.
Threads Magazine Articles , by Dianne Boate 1989-2001
Salvaging Damaged Knits
Free Graph Paper
Partial lining for Handmade Camisoles
Make Your Own Hangers
Just One Tree is a non-profit project to promote the value of tree crops in cities worldwide, with an initial campaign to help San Francisco, our world headquarters, become self-sufficient in lemons. I am the Lemon Recipe Coordinator helping San Francisco, our world headquarters, to become self-sufficient in lemons.
Member of ArtSpan
A running commentary about my ingredient-driven kitchen adventures, with sidesteps into other matters that all make up a part of Living Well.
By and About
What founding editor Michael Guillén of EatDrinkFilms says about Dianne Boate:
"Dianne was my first hired columnist and it has been a complete pleasure to interact with her on all things concerning baking. Not only has she provided her monthly column on baking, but she has also accepted assignments on testing baking cookbooks. My basic philosophy about cookbooks is that--no matter how beautiful they are--they don't always work in my kitchen and so it became of interest to me that someone might test out a cookbook for our audience as to efficacy and ease, and as an alternative to simply doing a book excerpt. Dianne did this with the Josey Baker volume and I would recommend her for future baking publications, should she be willing. Publishers can send her a review copy of their publication, Dianne reviews it for what interests her, and then presents a working review to our EDF audience. Her last column for me will be the August 21 issue, which means her next scheduled piece would be the September 18 issue. Dianne, interact with Johnny before then to let him know what you plan to do." Michael Guillén