Eat Me: Food & Drink

I am not a chef.  I want to make that clear.  I barely squeak by with the title of “cook”, albeit I have never made a nickel from preparing meals for another (unless you count finding sticky toonies on my plate on Pancake Day).  However, one thing I have working in my favor is my absolute, unwavering commitment to and love of food.  I feel like there are many of us out there.  Even the fabulous Nigella Lawson has admitted that her culinary skills have a foundation in eating.  (Let me stop you now and let you know that even mentioning that woman’s name makes me want to bless myself with a spatula—She is my cooking guru).  The fact is, I’m just like every other foodie hipster in that I can find something I like about almost every meal and snobbiness has no place in my kitchen. 

So before you go nose and eyes deep into this blog, I’m going to warn you:

I drink cheap, pink champagne (heights of class, I know), I call that potato-mashy thing a “smasher”, and I set many, many things on fire in the name of culinary experimentation.    

Here’s where most food bloggers write “Bon Appetite” but I don’t know if that’s the most practical send off.  So instead, I’m going to give you a piece of advice that I wish someone ha d given to me when I started cooking:
It’s important to check your smoke detector at least once a year and only you can prevent kitchen fires. 🙂


4 thoughts on “Eat Me: Food & Drink

    • hmm, i’m not really sure myself. I think I just got put on the wordpress home site randomly. I’ve just started this whole blog stuff. 🙂 But the best of luck to ya, and I’ll certainly check out your blog.

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