Learn a Little Bit About the Cook
I am high school graduate with a desire to cook quality food for my family of seven (Dad, Mom, four sisters and one brother). My Dad is from right here in Northern Minnesota. From him I get my love of different, interesting flavors and the willingness to try something new. My mom is from Kansas City, Missouri. From her I have learned how to cook simple, comforting food without using a recipe.
To me, quality not only means a dish that’s delicious, but one that is nourishing as well. It is my belief that irresistibly scrumptious and healthy are not mutually exclusive. Admittedly, I sometimes splurge and eat/cook something totally unhealthy. But I try to keep things natural.
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The Photography on Cooking for Seven
In my opinion, a good photo is just about as important as a good recipe. I like to see what the finished product will look like before I put my time and effort into preparing a dish. I hope to give you that chance will my recipes!
The camera I use is the wonderful Nikon D80. I have the use of two lenses: an 18-135mm zoom and a 50mm prime. I try to use a tripod when shooting in low light.
Stop by my photography blog to see more of my work.
You may use my photos on your blog or website as long as you link back to the post or my blog. All unauthorized reproduction of my photos is prohibited.
Where Cooking for Seven has been featured
Yeast Spotting (100% Whole Wheat Bread)
Joy the Baker (Smoky Barbecue Sauce)