For me that meant figuring out how to run basic errands, do the food shopping, and cooking in a place that does not translate everything into english (Its as if they don’t realize that New york is the center of the world)!!! So I did what I do best and started making lists. I made lists of everything (ingredients, cooking terms, conversion charts, supermarkets), and then when I couldn’t think of anything else to write on my lists I organized them into…well…more lists.

Slowly but surely, actually to be exact, extremely slowly, as in eight years slowly, those lists turned into a cookbook. Now, that might sound amazing but wait, it’s not. Writing a cook book is one of the worst things to do in the world. For real. (To find out why, you can read my first post.) Anyway, once I decided I didn’t want to spend my time or money to publish a book that may never make money, I decided to put all my hard earned, time spent information that I’ve gathered here on the internet to share with you all!

You’re welcome.

Besides the regular mothering, wife-ing, food blogging and recipe developing, I also do restaurant and menu consulting and give cooking demos.

Then in my spare time, I offer specialized cooking classes to brides-to-be and newlyweds, that include anything from how to stock your kitchen to how to prep and cook for a holiday feast!

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