if this is you in the kitchen (perhaps seeking better use for those salad tossers), you came to the right blog.
welcome to a pear to remember, a resource for enthusiastic eaters bewildered by The Kitchen. a do-able, inspiring guide to time and budget-friendly foods for the novice and gourmet alike.
I love food, and not too long ago I found out I have a knack for making it. before college, I had never seen a garlic clove, a bell pepper, or real green beans. since getting married in 2008, I’ve found myself cooking a great deal. I spent three wonderful years working in elementary special education while completing grad school in George Mason University’s Nutrition and Food Studies program. as of June 2013, I am just beginning my dream career as the Nutrition Educator for a phenomenal food bank.
my love, Andrew, said to me recently: Why don’t you write more??
alas, I pursue my cooking adventures for now and conclude that journaling my saucepan-passions allows me to engage in the necessary discipline of writers. in 2009, I spent a memorable summer as Catering Manager at the Space Telescope Science Institute, proving a cultural food experience that taught me most things I know about exquisite culinary creations.
I love reading your recipe and cooking anecdotes. do leave your comments here on the blog. you can also get in touch with me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
also, I shoot with a Nikon D3100 and thank Steven DeFoliart profusely for the amusing photo above.
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