– Mahatma Gandhi
Before I could adequately spell or pose for photos without flashing my googly eyes, I liked to make breakfast and pretend our kitchen was a restaurant, hand written menu and all.
Here I am two decades later, still cooking, baking, and sharing fellowship around the table. It’s a passion that runs deep and it’s not meant for me alone. It’s for you.
To show you how to foster fellowship and restoration in your life – one meal at a time.
I know you’re here for me, your community, and our world. Because what would we do without each other? Our journeys are meant to intertwine.
The gifts and passions we’ve been given are for the benefit of each other.
Have you ever noticed that our lives have a passionate rhythm that runs throughout?
I encourage you to be aware of your passions and invest in the things you can’t live without doing. Because giving yourself to things that bring you joy will make a worthwhile difference in the lives of those around you and in turn will help camaraderie spring up before your eyes.
My passion will always be feeding people well, listening to their stories around the table, and pressing into restoration.
Childhood Breakfast Menu:
FaissT TosT and
Proon and APrKIsI and
Podr StoGr and
PeegH SruPP and Warnus
Breakfast Menu Translation:
French Toast and
Prunes and Apricots and
Powdered Sugar and
Peach Syrup and Walnuts
My family has been laughing about my ‘menu’ for ages. I just might have to invite you over and make this for breakfast. How do you feel about prunes?