I lay awake at night, wondering if I did the right thing by starting my blog. This has took me 10 years well for the most part.
I don’t want to be famous I don’t care about that. I am so passionate about putting the most unique recipes out there while respecting the traditional way of how things are made.
I am so passionate about food, about sharing my recipes and knowledge with the world. I will never stand a chance against the big heads, the big food people.
I know I have a special gift when it comes to cooking and baking. I don’t have fancy equipment, I use my phone and the natural light.
My blog is for me to keep track of everything I am doing and improving on, if you follow me thank you.
All the tips and tricks of the trade I have learned in the past 13 years. It doesn’t happen overnight, and I started with having no idea how to bake or really cook.
All I want to do is to share this burning passion inside me, by baking and cooking and reinventing old recipes. I realise today that someone one day might see the gift I have, or won’t see it at all and that’s also oky.
The food industry is saturated with homecooks and bakers, who want to make it big or want someone to see the gift that they have. Not everyone will get their big break.
Unless you make it onto Masterchef or My Kitchen Rules or some cooking show, which let’s face it not everyone wants to be on tv.
All I am here for is for the cooking and baking, especially the baking. It’s not about me, it’s about the ingredients the food I’m working with and how I can make a difference in someone’s life by sharing my recipes and food and baking.
Let’s remeber why each of us foodies are blogging. If 1 person sees it we know we have done a good job. If no one sees it, it’s also oky. We must blog for ourselves than anyone else. We must also enjoy blogging, and enjoy the process.