My name is Juanita MORE! and I have been performing, DJing, and mothering in San Francisco for almost two decades. Within my close circle of friends – it is my skills in the kitchen that impress most. I always strive to have a well-stocked kitchen. And, I grocery shop almost every single day. Sometimes planning the menu as I go – or sometimes hitting the ground hard for that special something that will help complete my pre-planned menu. I love shopping at local farmers markets, specialty kitchenware shops, bakeries, and lunching at my favorite restaurants along the way.
I really enjoy cooking an intimate dinner for two. I love to make you feel like you were the only person in the entire world that I ever put so much love into dinner for. But, big dinner parties happen often at my place with lots of food and plenty of booze. And all done with matching linens, glassware and served on my ever-growing collection of Heath Ceramic’s tableware. People consider my cutlery wall both ominous and impressive. And, my kitchen drawers are grossly overstuffed with romantic floral patterned linens. I’ve known for a long time that my favorite way to tell someone that I love them – is to cook for them. This blog is about the food that passes through my life.
You can also find me here:
Stay connected. Facebook
Stuff to entertain you. Tumblr
Something tasty. Juanita Eats Out
Sounds to keep you moving. Soundcloud
Spend real-time with me. Twitter
Send me a love letter. email@example.com
See what I’m up to. www.juanitamore.com
As a DJ and party personality, I continue to reach out to the next generation of queer youth with club nights across the country, including my weekly party Booty Call Wednesdays in San Francisco’s historic Castro District. In addition, I host DJ residencies at Susanne Bartsch and Kenny Kenny’s Vandam Sunday in New York, the monthly BEATPIG at San Francisco’s notorious Powerhouse, Seattle’s Lip Service, and Mother in Los Angeles. My annual Pride Party is widely known as simply “the best party of the year,” and has raised over $100,000 for various local non-profit organizations serving the LGBT community.