“There is no sincerer love than the love of food.”
– George Bernard Shaw
Hello and welcome to the new and improved food blog from Today’s Working Woman. I love food and I love to eat. Food can be a source of comfort for some; however, I have found over the years that it can mean different things for different people. Going out to eat may not always be possible, so I am here to share with you how you can cook fabulous and delicious food for Today’s Working Woman.
Before I go any further, let me preface all this by saying that Today’s Working Woman is not about cooking for a family. For me, Today’s Working Woman, it’s about cooking for two. My family consists of my husband and myself. We’re not your traditional family of four, but we are a family.
I was recently told that cooking for two can be quite difficult, but I am here to show you that it can be done and very successfully.
I am not a foodie by nature, nor do I consider myself to be a food snob. But, I do know what I like. I like fresh food, comfort food and delicious food. After a busy day at work, I know how difficult it can be to prepare dinner. Truthfully, it’s not on my list of priorities when I walk in the door.
Most of the time, my husband or I will say to the other, “What do you want for dinner?” Then we look at each other and say, “I don’t know.”
Take it from me, eating out every night is not only boring, but can be detrimental to your health. Cooking by yourself or with your spouse can be an enjoyable experience. Follow me as I bring you recipes from my better half and photos from me of the most delicious food you’ve ever tasted. Click on the page links above to begin the journey. I know you’ll save money, be happier, healthier and find that you actually like to be creative in the kitchen.