Why hello there….

1 Feb

So here we go. (Isn’t that the best first line of a blog introduction you have ever read?!)

My husband Chris and I love food. We love writing. We love gratuitous photos of food. So that plus that and that=a food blog.

Okay, so math is neither of our strong suits (Communication Majors hollllaaaaa!), but let me just tell you that we love to eat. Love to cook. Love to hang out with each other. I also love puns, nutella and talking like a Valley Girl from a bad 90’s movie. And large groups of teenagers make me nervous. Chris loves yelling at his sports teams, pork and good beer.

But I digress. Chris is the brains behind our cooking (which means we might be in trouble since he spent ages 5-18 in detention for not doing his homework), but thank goodness that taste trumps grades in the food world.

Just to give you a quick idea of how we operate as a couple, on our European honeymoon, we ate at every restaurant we could find and visited two museums. Two. Out of the whole two weeks we were there. The Chocolate Museum and the Museo de Jamon (Museum of Ham if you can’t figure that one out). That is us in a nutshell. Obsessed. We are home cooks who love to prepare delicious food for our little family (which includes a very sassy 2 ½ year old). So hold on tight and enjoy our fun/pun-filled culinary adventures.


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