My food philosophy:
1. You are what you eat and I want to be delicious. (Zombies deserve a good meal, too.)
2. If number one is true, then you probably want to eat real food as much as possible. Don’t be an artificial flavoring.
3. Cooking and eating should be fun and enjoyable and experimental. You should learn about new ingredients and throw parties and eat ice cream in direct sunlight.
Random Facts About Me
- I’m married, to Josh, a computer geek/homebrewer.
- We have two dogs, Winston and Maggie. Winston is half Shar pei, half Basset. Maggie is a Mastiff. They are both adorable and full of mischief.
- I am an Academic Technologist, a person who makes teaching and learning more awesome with a judicious application of good technology and common sense.
- The first dish I ever learned to make on my own was skillet donuts. I was four. After that, twice baked potatoes.
- I ate my first solid food at 9 months. It was popcorn. Or as I like to think of it, angels.
- I think that chocolaty-ness is close to godliness.
- My favorite food is comfort food: ribs (dry rubbed, kansas city style sauce on the side), baked mac&cheese, greens, cornbread, buttermilk biscuits, chocolate chip cookies.
- I don’t eat: seafood.
- My grandmother can’t believe I don’t eat: seafood.
- My biggest food challenge: pancakes. Soup. Cinnamon rolls. Asian food. Cake frosting.
- My ultimate food goal: The perfect frosting.
Thanks for sharing such a lovely blog! Looking forward to trying out some of your recipes! Please have a look at my food blog to if you have a minute?
So my first website detailing my cupcakes is up!
Like I said, I’m going to enjoy looking back on this and laughing in 5, 10, 15 years. BUT we all have to start somewhere
Hey Lauren, just came across your site. Glad to see another foodie website in the area. I will add you to my blogroll. Keep up the good work!
Hello fellow A^2 area blogger! I read through several of your posts and you have some amazing sounding food going on here. I’ll be back!
Asian food is every bit as diverse as it is delicious. I used to think that I knew Asian foods growing up. You see, we used to go out to Chinese and practically every weekend. They were a couple Chinese restaurants in the neighborhood, and they were perfect for us kids. They were greasy, flavorful, and we got a cookie at the end of every meal. What more could a child ask for?..
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