The Cooking Channel and Food Network have awesome cooking shows. I think the shows I love the best are the ones where kids are cooking. I loved cooking as a kid. I learned how to cook in my grandmother’s kitchen, my mother’s kitchen, through 4-H, and in the required foods course in junior high school.… Continue reading Z to H: Day 1 – Who am I? Why am I here?
I’ve never been a person to brag. Even the “Ice Breaker” self-introduction speech with Toastmasters was the most difficult speech I have had to make. A couple of weeks ago, my husband even had to inform family that I was going to be playing in an orchestra concert the next week. So now, to our… Continue reading DAY 6: ABOUT ME
My life is full of change and always has been. Change started when I was a kid. In the summer, my bed hugged an outside wall, with the foot of the bed near the two corner windows. Many times I fell asleep with my head at the foot of the bed so I could look… Continue reading DAY 5: LOVE YOUR LOOKS
Audience? I put my hand over my eyes to look past the spotlight to see if I can identify my audience. “Anybody out there?” I call. I stand on the blogging stage and wonder who will answer, if anyone. Eclectic Recipe Book focuses on recipes, stories, and memories so I figure that my audience will… Continue reading DAY 4: AUDIENCE
Well, howdy, Neighbor. Here in the Blogging 101 class, it is time to meet the neighbors. Today’s assignment: follow five new topics in the Reader and five new blogs. What fun! This time, with this blog, I’m looking at cooking and baking blogs. If you are in class and I missed yours, I apologize. Let… Continue reading DAY 3: SAY HELLO TO NEIGHBORS
Blogging has been a learning experience, and this piece seems like such a ramble. I first started this blog when my daughter-in-law and I were cleaning out the closet library where my mother had most of her cookbooks. As I continued this task, however, I found recipe books in her bedroom (She perused and read… Continue reading DAY 2: TITLE AND TAGLINE