“You regret the things you don’t do, not the things you do” The sentiment behind this quote has been offered as advice a lot. Sometimes I’ve been the direct recipient of it, others I’ve heard it being given to someone else. Regret implies mourning or being sorry. We use it to express our emotions in multiple… Continue reading Growing pains?
Graduation is always such a bittersweet time of year for me. The fall ceremony is around the corner. I try my best to reign my emotions in, but inevitably a few tears are shed. I try to give my students advice as they move forward in their lives and careers. It’s difficult to pick just one thing… Continue reading Women rise together
Playing the gracious hostess causes anxiety for many. Most have their opinion about what makes a good hostess. Is a good hostess someone that does it all on her own or caters a menu? In my opinion, a good hostess is someone that shares her love with the people in her life through the food,… Continue reading The perpetual hostess
Jubilee. It is a celebration of an anniversary or a special occasion. In attending this year’s Cherry Bombe Jubilee, it meant getting inspired, learning, collaborating, and growing. I want to share with you all some of the things I learned. I hope you find them as profound, educational, and resourceful as I did. I can’t… Continue reading It is personal
Though advice is one of those things that is difficult to accept, as a teacher, I offer it to my students. Among people who know me, I’m known as a good listener and do what I can to help others. Advice is two-sided; it must be given and accepted. There are many reasons why it isn’t accepted.… Continue reading Dear Naseem,
Que sera sera. Whatever will be, will be. My students haven’t been taking good care of Jane Dough and Jeffrey, I decided to hit the reset button and try again. I removed large portions of both sourdough cultures, leaving behind 100g of each with the hope this will rally them to be more responsible. I suppose this is part of… Continue reading Reset
Two words that can be taken or given as advice. They can be applied to just about anything but I find them most applicable in the kitchen—and I don’t just mean in the professional ones. What do they mean and how do they apply to working in the kitchen? Let’s take each individually. Patience. … Continue reading Patience+Practice