Making A Comeback

Dear Visitors,

Okay, So it’s been awhile. Life happened. Which I don’t apologize for. From the last posts I have made, I have moved from overseas back to the states, had a

arrow-31177_1280 second child, finished my Bachelors Degree from home in Culinary Managment, and again preparing for another move this time to America’s Last Frontier/Wild North West(Alaska).

I’d like to thank the many people who visit the site and check out my recipes. I am also rebooting my blog which may or may not be a daily or weekly thing. But I want to ask YOU what kind of content do you want to see on my blog. How to’s, more recipes, maybe even videos, Recipe requests?

I collect cookbooks, I also use a fair amount of Yummly to search out new ideas/old ideas. I work a lot with Venison so I have a lot of recipe ideas for that.

I also work in a produce department which has afforded me more knowledge on produce in general, and I also get to prepare salads and platters.

So again what do you want from me? 

Please leave detailed information if you have any comments, suggestions and otherwise. I will respond back to you as soon as I can.

Don’t Forget to Remember your Mom

Mothers day

I know some people who do not aknowledge the fact that they have a mom. I want to remind those who do at least like their mother that Mother’s Day is around the corner. Aknowledge them by making a phone call, sending a card, dining with them, spending the day with them. They really do appreciate the thought. Most of us take for granted the sacrifices our parents, especially our mother made to have us.

Nothing you do for children is ever wasted. They seem not to notice us,  hovering, averting our eyes, and they seldom offer thanks, but what we do for  them is never wasted.
Garrison Keillor

I am thousands of miles away from my mother right now, although I may not be able to afford an expensive gift, I have already gotten a small card to send her.  I have learned in my short 24 3/4 years (I will be 25 years old May 23rd)  after being away from home for 8 years, there is nothing like taking time out to talk to your parents. If it’s not your mother that raised you aknowledge the person that did. Even if they did a (excuse my french) shitty job, you are here now aren’t you? You wouldn’t be here without them having done the dirty deed so appreciate that in it’s entirety.

Remember what they did for you wasn’t a waste