LOVE cooking breakfast outside by the water!
Cameras in the kitchen? The way I see it, EVERYONES welcome in the kitchen!
Cameras in the store… now that was odd. Why? I NEVER dress this nice to grocery shop!
Yes I am Southern, but I prefer these homemade Yeast Rolls to a biscuits in the morning.
What fun meeting and sharing food the world around!
There may be places we will never see but you can always visit their food.
Each generation hands down a recipe, and like some ancient scroll… it tell our history too.
I didn’t marry him because he was a hot Hockey player… I married him because he cooked for me and like it when I cooked for him.
I never realized when I planted these tiny Banana plants that years later I would have a jungle… and great grilling packs!
All of our dogs have been featured in a cooking video because they’re allowed in the kitchen. Rest in Peace our dear Ally.
If you clean dried food splatters off your keyboard on a regular basis… you’re a food blogger.
My favorite cobbler is Muscadine. Cobbler is the poorman’s dessert… I guess thats why i love it so.
Soul Food… because those who fixed it worked hard for it & hard work is a sure sign of a good soul.
Beer and BBQ… or in this case Hard Cider IN the BBQ.
Cooking outside seems to feed the soul not just the stomach.
I don’t mind “pretty” or “fancy” …as long as it still has heart & good taste. But fancy merely for the sake of fancy, never impressed me.
Just because I can make a fresh sockeye burger does not mean I won’t eat a Salmon patty made from a 2 dollar can of salmon.
I was given Wild NC Ramps as a gift and you’d have sworn it was a gold necklace.
What a pic! No, I’m not about to go in for the kiss, I mean, I like broccoli… but not like that.
Crepes… they’re kinda’ “my thing”. I found my French roots in rural Mississippi, with my great grandmother. Fixing them is like walking a dirt road… to me, it’s a religious experience.
My husband played professional hockey in Scotland and being the good Irish boy he is, spent some time in Ireland… Guinness is one of the food groups for us.
I grew up thinking Casseroles were part of being Baptist… and I guess I wasn’t far off.
Panna Cotta sounds so fancy, but It’s just jello & cream… don’t let it food scare ya!
A restaurant is only truly good when you have to go home and try and re create it (as I did with Soby’s She Crab Soup)
I don’t understand a person who would not grow at least some of their food?
Dairy gets a bad wrap and I have cut back, but cheese… now that is the work of gods!
People are always divided into categories: Dog person or Cat person? Ginger or Mary Ann? Pie or cake? I’m a pie gal for sure!
It’s a good day when you seamlessly blend your grandmother’s old time recipe into a new trend… not for the sake of being trendy but because you understand building flavor.
A good soup or stew is better than cashmere- for comfort.
Yes whiskey is a theme in many dishes… and they part that makes in the recipe gets cooked out… It’s my experience the other portions are laughed out usually.
A good dish is like a true love… you keep them around for years & years and it always brings you a smile. (This was the first recipe I cooked in Home Ec in 9th grade)
Why did I leave entertainment/news/media? Because a dream job, needs to be YOUR dream & my dreams were always a bit more tasty, Hahaa.