My love of cooking began when I was a child. My mother, a wonderful cook herself, taught me the alphabet with our herbs and spices.
And that was the beginning.
I haven’t stopped cooking since. From a summer job in high school as an chef’s assistant in a small French restaurant, to catering for 500 people, it’s been a wild ride.
I’m a Southern girl born and bred. But that doesn’t mean I’m limited to that kind of cooking. My soul mate inspired my writing Feeding Groom, (http://feeding groom.blogspot.com), a blog about life, love and the pursuit of one great meal every day. There’s always something new around the corner in the food world, waiting to be tried, tested and devoured.
And I’m just the one to do it.
- Your most treasured kitchen possession:
- A piece of pink, brown and cream Tennessee marble from my grandmother's home.
- The ideal number of guests for a dinner party is:
- Six to eight.....at a round table so everyone can talk to each other.