There’s more to the writer than meets the eye… And to be honest, there might not be so much if she was a less skilled cook. But… Making the most of my skills, I’ve decided to jump into cahoots with Ms Simone and work at writing my recipes instead of eating so many of them. Perhaps, in the end, I’ll have skinnier fingers.
Growing up in a huge family in southeastern Colorado, there was never a time when food wasn’t the center of a gathering. In fact, it was so much the center of our gatherings that many of us became outstanding cooks. More than a few of us entered cooking as a profession at one point or another in our lives, and many still cook for a living.
Recently, as a memento to my mother, I set up the Mulaney Family Cookbook, a blog dedicated to recipes and family mementos that could be shared via blog for the whole family to visit, print off and share. In some cases, they’ve even been added as contributors to the site, so they can upload their recipes.
Southeastern Colorado Recipes is yet another way to share treasured family recipes with the community she loved, where she lived her life. I believe this fun, fulfilling project is definitely Mom ordained, by moms around the countryside.
If you’re a Mom, you’ll probably find good reason to stop by and use this site for grabbing family recipes frequently. Don’t miss an opportunity to enjoy good eats!
That’s my writer-group teacher above me, Jan Verhoeff. She’s an awesome writer, Mom, cook, parent, owner of this website…and friend.
I wrote my first story in high school (more moons ago than I care to count!), and have had a wrangle with words ever since. I have several blogs which I will link in my posts.
I enjoy cooking – particularly Pastas and Breads, so I’ll probably concentrate on those types of recipes – when I’m not trying out your submissions.
My logo above is one of my shots of a Dino Track near John Martin Reservoir, south of Hasty, CO. Yes, folks…Dinosaurs walked the valley many, many moons ago, and left their tracks in the mud along where the Arkansas now flows. Lots of info on this subject at the Corps of Engineers lobby, at John Martin. Do yourself a treat and visit the display – it is awesome; bring your camera.
Enjoy the fun-with-food ahead on SECO Recipes. As always, Nature prevails.