Joined 10 years ago from Texas
If you all ready know me on Hubpages as Marye Audet the homesteader it's time you got to know me as Marye Audet the food writer.
I have been cooking forever - at least it seems that way. My recipes are always easy to follow and encourage the use of fresh, local, and organic ingredients when possible. I specialize in baking and desserts but have been known to make a mean Chicken Cordon Bleu now and then.
I am the author of one cookbook, Everything Cookies and Brownies, published by Adams Media in 2009. I have a succesful recipe blog, Restless Chipotle where I share recipes and tips to help you Channel Your Inner Tart (TM). Here, on Hubpages I will share tips and techniques to talk you through your most frightening kitchen moments, answer questions, and introduce you to ingredients you might not know about.
You can stay up to date with everything on the RestlessChipotle Facebook page.
C'mon... it's fun!
Other Hubpages Profile - Marye Audet
Links to Blogs
I write several blogs on different subjects:
From 2008-2011 I was the antiques channel editor,green living channel editor, and organics editor at LovetoKnow as well as a senior writer for various other channels. Love To Know
I have written articles for Planet Green
You can follow me on Twitter - MaryeAudet
You can also Like the RestlessChipotle Facebook page for updates to new recipes.
Author on AllParenting
Finally, you can find me at my google profile -
Read my Google+ profile to see where else I publish online and what I like at:
Marye Audet, Google+
Marye Audet is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. She also is a participant in the eBay affiliate program Her articles generate income from these activities.
9 years ago
Chutney is a unique tangy, sweet, spicy condiment that can be used to compliment a variety of foods as well as adding flair to recipes. Includes history, description, recipes, and where to buy chutney
9 years ago
What are the differences between conventionally raised, organic, grass fed, and pastured raised beef? Most of all, which is best for your family?
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