I am a writer who writes about food, and I write about food for a living. I write about the food industry, the food preparation process, the food industry, food trends, and other food related topics. I am also a culinary teacher, cooking instructor, blogger, and a food stylist. I am passionate about food and I love to share my love of food. I have a passion for growing, cooking, and entertaining.
I am a chef, cook, recipe developer, and food writer. My love of food started in the womb. I grew up in the suburbs in a home with four siblings. I was always hungry, but I was always busy.
Food is a great way to keep the blood pumping, the heart beating, and the mind working. Without food, it would be boring. When I look at food, it’s like looking at a kaleidoscope: each color and texture and smell and flavor brings me to another level. Food is such a big part of the culture.
I don’t eat meat, but I love kale. And I love that kaleidoscope.
I love kale because of two things. First, for me, kale is a representation of life. How it grows. How it tastes. How it smells. And how it makes me feel. It’s a representation of the earth, the sky, the sun, and the sky. It’s a representation of the mind, the emotions, the memories, and the dreams. And it’s the same with food.
Each time I eat kale, I get like a leaf. I get like a tomato.
Some of our own food is really delicious. But those food experiences are pretty fleeting. For example, my mom was diagnosed with a brain cancer so she didn’t have a full recovery plan. I’m guessing that she ate a lot of kale. And when I eat kale, I get like a bag of noodles.
The only time I eat meat is when I’m trying to get pregnant. I get like a bag of chicken.
I’ll let you in on a little secret: The only time I eat meat is when Im pregnant, because I want to grow a baby. I want to be able to have a family.
This makes me wonder is our bodies really the best place to eat? I mean, I eat a lot of kale. But I’m trying to lose weight, so kale isnt really an option for me at this point.