Go Your Own Way

So, I am taking advice from my good friend Rachel. She once sang an amazing cover of Fleetwood Mac’s, “Go Your Own Way” to her ex-boyfriend. She’s totally my pretend friend from Glee, by the way.

I’m not really Kim’s friend.

Anyway, I have decide to go MY own way! You might have noticed that this blog has posts with major gaps between and quite a strange mix of topics. I’ve been struggling to decide just which way this blog would go. While I want it to be a discussion ground for all things food, I also want to talk about my own food passions. Stop talking in circles girl, get to the point!

Ok, so after my experience with real food and Jamie Oliver’s cookbook, I have slowly been taken hostage by eating only…well, real food! So that coffee creamer I talked about in post number one, gone. I actually had some creamer in my coffee at church on Sunday and couldn’t drink it. How quickly my taste buds have jumped their artificial ship! So, this blogger found her voice and it speaks REAL! Booyeah, now we can get rolling.

*Oh, I say totally outdated things like booyeah and amazeballs. We watch a lot of Nick Jr., Alvin and the Chipmunks and My Little Pony. Sorry, I will work on my sassy talk.

So, wanna journey through the world of real food with me? No? Then check out Kendi, she has a delicious fashion blog. For the rest of you, I’d love to introduce you to a real foodist’s book list!


While I give you some time to click each book photo above, I will go finish making the “cake” I made with my son tonight. We started cooking the Basic Cake recipe from Mark Bittman’s “How to Cook Everything.” I didn’t read the recipe ahead of time. It’s almost bedtime and I promised Dallas we would make a cake while I was in the middle of a conversation with my friend Lisa. Anything to get in some adult chat time, right? I should say, mom chat time. Adult chat time sounds like something else.

Halfway through the recipe I read that we needed to ground 1/2 pound of almonds? Uh, no thanks. I just threw in some flour, milk, eggs and more sugar in a good ole’ willy nilly fashion. I’ll let you know how it all turns out. (I’m guessing the next post will be called, “Cake Gone Wrong.” More real food talk to come as well.

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