Joined 11 years ago from Connecticut
When I bring food to dinners and outings, I always hear, "wow! You should open a restaurant!" Everyone is always convinced that my baked goods and platters are from a secret little bakery. I am constantly told that I need to market my concoctions. Well, restaurants and marketing take a lot of time and money, and I have two young children, so I decided to do something that combines my love of writing with my love of cooking. Hopefully I can teach you some great recipes and techniques along the way. After having my second child I was diagnosed with numerous food sensitivities so I have decided to include three versions of my recipes whenever possible. Each recipe blog contains a regular version, a vegetarian/vegan version, and an allergen-free version. Now let's get cooking!
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