If you can figure out how all that happened, let me know.
My interest in all things food and cooking started to grow after I graduated from the University of Arizona (go Wildcats!) , but after a while, food itself wasn’t enough. I felt a tug.
A tug that my love for food wasn’t about making cake pops that look like Mount Rushmore or making the perfect boeuf bourguignon. Not that I was ever capable of either of those things.
I wanted to treat food in a way that aligned with my faith as a Christian. How God would want us to eat, and how He would want us to treat animals and the earth. The tug I got was the realization that I wasn’t doing that. Like at all. Ever.
I’m a fulltime project manager and preacher’s wife living in the Los Angeles area, and my hope is to learn about how food and faith intersect, hoping that others will learn about this topic right along with me.