It sounds simple, doesn’t it? Bread and cheese. NO! You are wrong! Imagine this: I am Gordon Ramsay and you are an idiot sandwich. I’m here to teach you! Continue reading
I was fortunate to be raised by a chef. My mother has worked in many five-star restaurants in Las Vegas. She was famous for a few things: her cakes, chocolate-covered strawberries, and most importantly, her macarons. Continue reading
Cooking, as with most things, is about confidence. Soufflés will fall, breads won’t rise, milk will scald—that’s life. The great thing about cooking at home is, no one has to know about it when they do. Don’t be intimidated.
Starting college can bring up an assortment of mixed emotions. You can experience fear, excitement, confusion, and above all: anxiety. It can be overwhelming, but one less thing you need to be anxious about is finding the perfect roommate. Continue reading
I have three little sisters and they always want me to do their hair. I learned how to French Braid my own hair at an early age and then moved on to braiding other people’s hair. The best way to learn how to French Braid is by starting on someone else. This helps you get the hang of things before you try it on your own hair without looking. I am going to teach you the few simple steps to master the technique of French Braiding. Continue reading
I will never forget my first time trying to give pigs their injections. Let me tell you; it was quite the muddy experience. Continue reading
In the year 2020, it is more common than ever to meet your significant other online. And no, I don’t mean on Tinder or Bumble. I mean truly online, on Twitter, Instagram, even Facebook (need to throw one in for the older crowd too.) Continue reading