I’ve been thinking about how this is like the “Julie & Julia” blog and what sets it apart. It’s similar I suppose, in that I can share with you not just a recipe but my life and environment while I make the recipe. The recipes are certainly not fine French Cuisine & certainly don’t come from an icon such as Julia Child. This is the updated, fully 21st century version of the J & J blog. You all have access to the same recipes and can even cook/bake along with me. (I have attached the link to my pinterest board so you can see the recipes.) Wouldn’t that be fun? We can share our experiences.
As I’m getting myself organized for this whole challenge, I realize that I haven’t actually gone through my board and made sure that they links are to actual recipes. I promise that if a link dosen’t actually go to a recipe, I will find a similar recipe and make it. If it goes to multiple recipes, I may ask you to select which recipes we try. I like the idea of interacting with people who bother to take time to read this silly thing. Besides, I feel a bit sequestered since having the baby. This way, I can somehow feel a connection to society outside of spying in on Facebook.
As the time draws nearer to begin this process, I am getting excited. Partly, I suppose because my husband and friends are excited. I love exploring and this is just another avenue to do so. I hope anyone who is reading is getting excited too.
And the boy wonder is awake from his nap. Bye!