Monday, March 14, 2011

The Culinary WUF

Blog post # 6

Now that I’ve given you a peek into my heart, here’s a wuf which with I will challenge myself. As I mentioned in a previous post, my husband, Kent, and I try very diligently to eat healthy. And, I let you in on the fact that we have plenty of meal choices on hand. Mother Hubbard’s cupboard certainly isn’t bare!!  It’s just the decision-making process that stops us up on many occasions.  You are also aware I’m a foodie, but not, as Jamie Oliver would put it, a “posh” foodie. I love more down-to-earth meals.
So what I’m proposing is, what if I come up with dinner ideas every night and do my best to expedite them (on occasion Kent will have to make dinner depending on our schedules and how I feel on the particular day). I will share my  recipes and experiences with you.  My inspiration and some recipes will come from Nigella Lawson’s “How to be a domestic Goddess” (which I don’t claim to be) and ‘Nigella Bites”,and Gina and Pat Neeley’s “The Neeleys”.  Nigella Lawson happens to be my favourite celeb chef for her homey, no-nonsense style, and Pat Neeley’s personality is nothing short of magnetic. Some of this adventure will undoubtedly include some original recipes, which, I’m more than happy to share with you..
Hold up now!! You don’t get off that easily. You have a job in this whole scenario. Your challenge is to come along with me for the ride, making comments and suggestions where you’d like.  It’s okay, I’ve got broad shoulders. Oh, I forgot to tell you, I used to be the editor of a newspaper, got lots of “opinion” sitting in that seat!!  If you like, leave a way that I can contact you online to allow me to share further insight and information.
Stay healthy and safe!


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  2. Sandee, I'm looking forward to seeing where this culinary trail leads - it should be fun!
    I'd like to share with you and your readers two quotes from a cooking icon of the past...

    "Food is our common ground, a universal experience."
    James Beard

    "I don't like gourmet cooking or "this" cooking or "that" cooking. I like good cooking."
    James Beard