The kitchen has always been the gathering place. In the home I grew up in, in my grandmas' homes, in my in-laws home and now in my home. It has always been a place of learning, laughter and great conversation. I have many memories of family and friends fixing meals together as they were visiting. One of my fondest memories is of my maternal grandparents dancing in the kitchen while they were preparing a meal. One of my greatest desires is to create these much cherished memories for my own children!
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
I have started a small business with my daughters. Ravenous Foods. We make main dishes that can be eaten right away or frozen for later. My hope with this endeavor is to lighten the load for those who talents lie in other areas, are extremely busy or just need a break. I hope that this will also teach my daughters invaluable lessons in the kitchen, give them spending money, how to manage that money and to make better use of their time. I hope you take time to stop by and see what we have cooking.
Posted by DeLana Smith at 12:42 PM
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
I have been on a hiatus due to the fact that I went back to work full time in August. Even though I love being a full time mom and housewife, this was an opportunity that we could not pass up because it came with benefits. I was lucky enough to be able to get a job teaching food exploration to junior high students and helping them find the same love of food preparation that I have. It has been a very rewarding opportunity. I am missing being able to blog like I like and keep up with the house. I find that I have to share the house responsibilities with my family. I know this is a good thing because my children are learning to be more responsible. I have come across some great recipes. The end of the term is coming quickly and a new course will start. The new course should give me time to blog more and share the new things that I have found. By the way, I got a Ninja Food Processor for Christmas. I will let you know how it works for me.
Posted by DeLana Smith at 5:01 PM