The Professional Me
I am a freelance writer, market research consultant and adjunct profefssor. I write about food, cooking and relationships for my own website and others. I review products, provide consulting services for food companies and market research firms and teach cooking classes privately and at various locals. I’m active in my kids’ schools, usually manning Health and Wellness related activities or bake sales. Finding the time to see my friends isn’t always easy which is why I am so grateful for the Cooking with Friends lifestyle. It allows me the chance to connect with my friends and to create satisfying and healthy foods for my on-the-go family.
I’m a trained marketing professional with a passion for food and cooking. I built the Cooking With Friends brand and website ten years ago as a way to inspire and encourage others to discover the pleasures of creating good food, often in the company of friends, with a myriad of ingredients, cooking tools and adventures as inspiration.
I welcome the opportunity to work for various organizations including cookware companies, publishers and food outlets. I work with a variety of food companies and love to review books and products, develop recipes, write articles and content for companies and websites.
I teach cooking to people of all ages, from elementary school students to college kids. I’m currently an Adjunct Professor at Montclair State University where I teach upper level college students courses in Quantity Food Applications as well as Food & Nutrition Management.
I would love to hear from you! You can email me at email@example.com.
The Personal Me
I believe good food and solid relationships are vital to a happy, healthy life. I’m not willing to sacrifice either one and have found Cooking With Friends to be lifesaving. It’s enabled me to raise my family while defining who I am as a mother and friend. I won’t lie. Raising kids isn’t a smooth sailboat ride. But it’s the relationships I’ve formed through cooking that has helped me most stay sane throughout the hurdles of motherhood. As we sauté, simmer and stir while musing together, our relationships bubble as we’re busy creating.
There’s nothing more vital to life than food and friendship and nothing more natural than cooking together.