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My entire life, I have always loved to cook. As I think back, I believe my love for cooking began with my first “Easy Bake Oven” I received one year for Christmas! I was fortunate enough to have a grandmother and my own mother, both of whom were excellent cooks and their love for creating enjoyable meals, was a blessing I inherited. What a great opportunity I've had to be able to teach not only our daughters, but also our sons, how to have fun in the kitchen and create culinary delights! I have found great satisfaction sharing what I have learned over the years and teaching the concepts that I have embraced from my own educational experiences.
I am excited to share my love for everything culinary with you. I hope you will enjoy it and share as well.
Most wine drinkers have their preferences of red wines or white wines, and their preferences are mostly based on taste. Although it has been widely accepted that red wine goes best with red meat, there are exceptions and truthfully, you might be better off to trust your own taste and judgment. That said, there are a couple of considerations when choosing the right wine. Some look for the perfect wine to compliment a meal, while others might consider the health benefits first. Let’s briefly discuss both.
Lovely lavender days in Palisade, Colorado, took place this past weekend and what a pleasure it was to attend and see the beautiful acres of lavender.
Prized for its perfume, beautiful color and medicinal properties, it is one of the most popular herbs known for centuries.
Lavender is easy to grow and fun to cook with. During my visit, I tasted lavender fudge, lavender cookies, lavender margarita mix, all of which were delicious! The lavender margarita mix was simply poured over water with...
As parents, many of us take great pleasure in feeding our children, in watching them enjoy the fruits of our labor, and nourishing their bodies. But as our kids get older, we need to provide them with the knowledge and tools to begin feeding themselves.
There are so many benefits in the process of teaching our kids to cook, both for you and for them. Both of you get the great joy of quality time together, and did you know that there is a surprisingly long, and surprisingly sophisticated list of educational benefits of teaching your kids to cook! Consider these benefits and these five simple tips to get you started…
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