It's hard to take a picture in the dark at a movie theater and center everything...but...it had to be done. I really need to work on my picture centering skills. I can't fold fitted sheets either. How in the snicker doodle are you supposed to fold a fitted sheet?! Random thought. Sorry.
This is me with Evil TARA. My dear friend who I met in culinary school. Last November when Tara told me I should write a blog I answered, "a blog? What's a blog?". Just recently we went to see Julie and Julia together. I couldn't figure out why I related so much to both of them and it kind of bothered me. Am I insane? Schizophrenic? Don't answer that. Please. I finally figured it out. I am a chef who loves everyone no matter where they are in their learning. I love teaching people how to cook. I'm not Julia...she had years of experience more than me. Time will help that, but I can see so much of myself in her. I may never be as famous, but I will always love people. I, for obvious reasons, related to Julie in that I have a food blog. I can't relate to the constant use of the "F" word on my blog though. This is a family friendly place. Eeeek. Like Julie, I also may have one of the saddest little kitchens in my tiny condo. So there it is. I'm through smacking my forehead. So...now I can rest. Or can I? Pretty sure my work has just started in food...
Oh my heart! This Thursday (yes...the day after tomorrow), I will be on Fox 10 here in Phoenix at 9:45 doing a segment on homemade salad dressing. After our amazing salad week, I think that it's fitting. Okay. Now I can go to sleep...in 3 days. In the meantime, tell all your friends. I'll tell mine. It will be a great tutorial on how to really maximize your food dollar! We all need that!
JoBeth and I saw the movie, loved it.
Oh I love you and JoBeth. I bet you had just as much fun!
I can't wait to see the movie! Glad you enjoyed it. I think your work with food has just begun. People need your unique approach . . . real, down to earth yet with an extra something.
You are hitting on a sore spot for me. I was just talking with my friend who is hosting the TV segment in her home about that exact need for real down to earth cooks. People are struggling to make their mortgage payments and every dollar and penny sometimes are needed to stretch. Been there...without getting government assistance even though we probably could have. It's not easy or fun...but the need to eat doesn't go away and it's okay to still eat healthy! Gosh it's nice to feel like I'm helping make a difference on a real level that effects people's kids. Take the stress off even a few dollars in one area and someone can get new shoes to go to school or whatever. It's reality.
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