Where do I begin? I got married in July and live with my wonderful hubs, my crazy dog and my cat in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. I’ve always loved to cook, but my love was never nurtured when I was little. My mom isn’t a big fan of cooking, but somehow those genes skipped me because I love both cooking and baking.

My first experiences playing in the kitchen were mixing concoctions that I would force my Dad to drink. He would drink them and say they were wonderful, he truly is a saint because I would throw everything I could find into those drinks. I know that one time there was lemonade, ketchup, mustard, pickle juice and about 50 other things, like I said, my Dad’s a saint.

I’ve come a long way from those days, but I still have more to learn and more experimenting to do.



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  1. The boy scouts in my troop called those wacky drink concoctions “suicides” and delighted in seeing who could mix the worst combination. Sometimes it was just something simple like a Mountain Dew/Dr. Pepper/Grape Drink Suicide. Your Dad must have been a saint!

  2. I remember those drinks. Whew!

    I’d always said that I’d do anything for my little girl, but a few of those combinations put me to the test.

    A great daughter then. A great daughter now.


  3. I raised 2 sons-well-chronologically their adults. Sometimes I’m not too sure. I think we all us dads have to have a little “saint” in us.

  4. That explains a lot about your dad’s USCHO ramblings, er, columns.

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