Who I am…

In Uncategorized on June 26, 2011 at 10:31 pm

As a child during Halloween, I would come home from trick-or-treating, empty my bounty out on the floor and proceed to push aside candy corn and bubble gum, leaving my beloved dark chocolate. I come from a long line of caterers and amazing home cooks who taught me at a very young age, the importance that food and taste experiences play in life and, thanks to a few rotten branches of our culinary family tree, how those experiences can go wrong.

My taste experiences grew from their Southern roots with yearly visits to my Mother’s heavily Greek influenced home town and later trips to China, the Caribbean, Canada, Mexico and Japan. Now, in increasingly multi-cultural South Florida, I get to explore the spectrum of taste even more.


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