While I’ve always enjoyed watching cooking shows, my interest in cooking didn’t really start until my senior year of undergrad when I had my own kitchen and a limited meal plan. Necessity is a great teacher. Over the years I’ve made many a phone call to Mom and Sister asking ridiculously simple questions, everything from “how do you boil an egg?” to “what goes into a beef stew?” (to my vegetarian sister). Definitely not an expert, but I have a passion for good food and I’m not afraid to try new things. Foodie friends and lots of blogs have given me plenty of inspiration and guidance on where to start!
When I began cooking for the Tuesday night School of Christian Living classes I decided to start recording my culinary adventures. The SCL dinners are vegetarian and for a larger group than I would normally cook. Now as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I’m continuing to share the recipes I’ve enjoyed and other tips and tricks that might be helpful.
Have a seat at the table, and let the culinary adventures begin!
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Your grandmother, June, is a childhood friend of mine. I am pleased to find your blog thanks to her post and want to make my granddaughters aware of it. I plan to try the Lasagna Soup, soon.
Thank you for visiting, Pat! I hope you enjoy the soup when you try it!
Thank you for sharing your ideas and experiences with us. The recipes I’ve tried were absolutely delicious! And, thanks for sharing yourself through your food. Keep up the good work. –Canoe Kev