Technically I'm a nursing student, but as of late I've been spending more and more of my time learning how one goes about making food come out of the ground. When I'm not writing papers, wrangling a myriad of vegetables, or chasing any number of ducks, pigs, sheep, and bees, I'm cooking or trying my hand at homebrewing. I love food. I love growing it, preparing it, serving it, and most of all, enjoying it with others.
- What is the strangest food you have ever eaten?
- I tasted a bit of a kombucha scoby out of some sort of gross curiosity. Worst. Idea. Ever. It was like gnawing on a sour skin graft.
- What do you cook when home alone?
- Never the same thing. Usually I'll start chopping an onion, and come up with a plan on the way. If I haven't decided what to make by the time the onion's chopped, it's a soup.
- Your most treasured kitchen possession:
- My most used tool is a trusty dollar-store silicone spatula. I'm still waiting to splurge on a really good knife, which will definitely be my most treasured kitchen possession.
- The ideal number of guests for a dinner party is:
- How many people can I fit around the table? That number (plus one. Elbow room is overrated. Good company is not.)