Whether you stumbled upon my little snippet of the blogosphere as a result of bad typing skills, or you found me on purpose, welcome. I'm glad you stopped by. Let me clear a few things up right off the bat...
I currently reside in a suburb of Savannah, Georgia, but could be easily persuaded to move to Italy with a moment's notice. First, there's the glorious food and wine, but any country shaped like a boot can't possibly be bad. Am I right?
In January, I reluctantly changed the name to Edible Creativity, the blog's original tagline. I'm still homesick for the original. (You never know when it could revert back. The other FM lives in New York, I'm in the Coastal South.) Anywhoo... try not to get lost.
Bravery in the kitchen is my battle cry... experts schmexperts. Don't be afraid to learn something new! It's not rocket science. It's dinner. It shouldn't take a week to prepare or cost a week's pay. My goal for cooking: Simple. Fresh. Fast, but never fast-food.
I like to make things over... recipes, furniture, houses and occasionally someone's dreadful outfit. I have the unfortunate notion that I'm way funnier than I really am.
I'm still learning to work my fancy-shmancy Nikon 3100 camera. My favorite lens is currently the Nikkor AF-S 50mm 1.8G. It works really well in low light... like when you're trying to shoot your friends' dinner in a restaurant before they even get one bite.
Kick off your shoes, (I already have,) grab a glass of wine or an espresso and stay awhile. I'm so glad you're here. Have you eaten?
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I have been given a huge measure of Grace. It is out of humility and thankfulness that I pass that grace along...
"Whatever you do, do it enthusiastically, as something done for the Lord and not for men, knowing that you will receive the reward of an inheritance from the Lord—you serve the Lord Christ." Colossians 3: 23-4, hcsv
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