It’s been four months now since I my little guy was born. Sometimes I feel like it was just yesterday I held a tiny newborn in my arms. Then, I think of all the major events that have happened since I first brought him home and these past few months have seemed so looong.
Lucky for me, one of the things we didn’t have to worry about when we came back from the hospital was what to eat. Our church has an organization called the Relief Society that helped set up meals for us for the first couple of days. One of the goals of the Relief Society is to help those in need, and after having a baby, I was in definitely in need of a homemade meal!
One of the first people to sign up to bring me food was my friend and (former) neighbor Deborah. She just so happens to have a super fantastic food blog called Taste and Tell. Along with providing us with a comforting, delicious dinner, Deborah also included some cute cupcakes that my children loved.
Yup, she’s is just as kind and giving as she appears on her blog. Just as Deborah’s open to sharing recipes and recommendations online, she’s equally as generous in person. Sigh. I lived in such a great neighborhood, I’m starting to really miss it this week.
Anyway, back to Deborah. She’s amazing. She does all the beautiful photography herself. She rarely cooks the same thing twice. And she has an envious cookbook collection. Deborah’s been food blogging since 2007, and people. She posts like, six days a week. Even on Saturdays. (Which she dedicates to one of her culinary heroes, Rachael Ray.)
Deborah has two little kids around the same age as my two younger children, and I still marvel at her dedication to home cooked meals, her family and her blog. You can bet her household is always eating something wonderful for dinner. She does monthly cookbook reviews, as well as food blogger spotlights.
Deborah has recently been doing themed posts too. This week she’s sharing corn recipes, and last week’s blogging was dedicated to peaches.
Oh, man. Right now I am missing the Utah peach season . . .
Okay. So, I am feeling a little nostalgic for the Beehive State right now. Thanks to Deborah’s fun blog, I can still keep in touch and pretend she’s down the street cooking up great food. Be sure to check out Taste and Tell, you’ll love what she’s been cooking.
(Be sure to enter in one of her awesome giveaways too.)