About Me

I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself, and let you know a little bit more about this blog, as well as what I’m hoping to accomplish with it. Both cooking and photography have been a passion of mine for the last decade. Combining both of those loves into one place only seemed natural. This feels like a good way to share fresh, healthy, and easy recipes for people to enjoy. I’m a bachelor, so most of my time spent in the kitchen has been cooking for one or two. There seems to be a void of recipes for people on their own, and I’m hoping to fill that void.

I’m also brand new to blogging so I appreciate you being patient while I learn the ropes. Hopefully, you will see improvements coming quickly in the days, and weeks ahead. That being said, I would love to hear any ideas, questions, or feedback that you may have! And, if you see anything that you like, or think other people would enjoy…I highly encourage you to share these posts or recipes on Facebook, Pinterest, or any other social media platform.

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8 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Carolyn Currens

    You are so right about the lack of recipes for one or two. One question I have is about wine. I don’t have a problem cooking with it, but I don’t drink it. So, if a recipe calls for white wine……. what kind? And dry, white wine doesn’t help me. I need a name to match up with a label, e.g. Chardonnay or Riesling (I hope those are both white). And it’s frustrating if I need 1/4 cup…. What do I do with the rest of the bottle. Will it keep? Love your recipes!

    • That’s a great question! Personally, I’m not a big wine drinker, but I always keep some around for cooking. First, I wouldn’t buy the ones in the grocery with the oil and spices…get a real bottle, and you’ll notice the difference in the taste of your food. When cooking with white wine, I normally use a Chardonnay. And, since you aren’t drinking it, you can go ahead and get an inexpensive bottle. I’ll try and cork it again, or reseal it the best I can and keep it in the fridge for later use. Hope that helps, and let me know if you have any other questions!

  2. Anne

    Thanks John for starting this blog. While batch cooking for a week’s worth of lunches is good, I find cooking for one after work can be challenging. Looking forward to reading more.

    • Stephanie, I’m using the Instant Vortex Plus. It’s a new air fryer put out by the same people that make the Instant Pot. I think you can only get them at Walmart and Kohl’s right now.

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