Wow, Inspiring Kitchen’s first interview!
Inspiring Kitchen was created as a means to share knowledge about housewares products, kitchen design, recipes, cooking tips, bridal registry advice and favorite finds. My goal is to showcase what we should have in our kitchens based on the type of cooking we like to do. Ways to use cookware beyond the obvious like what is written in the Le Creuset Dutch oven post and making bread. What knives you need in your kitchen by blade shape. And the latest trends found at the industry conferences: National Restaurant Association and International Housewares Shows. If you are looking for gifts related to your kitchen, cooking and entertaining, I hope you will take a look at what Inspiring Kitchen suggests like we did for Mother’s and Father’s Day.
As I get more involved in the blogging and media space, I have discovered an awesome group of people who love the foodie world to the extent they are building side or full time careers doing what makes them happy. What I find so fabulous is their willingness to support the efforts of their foodie colleagues to talk about their stories. I recently had the honor of being interviewed by Andi from www.misadventureswithandi.com about how Inspiring Kitchen came to be. Hope you enjoy my story.
As we enter into the heart of “cooking season”, I would be glad to answer any questions you might have in preparation for the major cooking that will soon be happening all around us. You can contact me here or on any of the social media platforms below.
Thanks for taking the time to read about Inspiring Kitchen’s history. And please follow Misadventures with Andi to continue to enjoy her posts on travel, food and adventures near and far.
I love the concept! I believe that our possessions should bring out life up, not down, so I totally like the idea that we should have the right tools in our kitchens for OUR lives. Going to check out the interview! 🙂
I am totally with you on the french fries for comfort food. I am a always buying new stuff for the kitchen. Hubby says he will have to build me a new one soon just to store everything lol
I consider myself an amateur foodie. I can’t wait to see where you take this blog.
I always look forward to the holidays. it’s prime cooking and baking season indeed!
Congrats on your first interview! I wonder if I’ll ever get noticed in such a way. Hmm.
There is a Le Creuset outlet store about an hour away from my house. My hubby is the one in the house who likes to cook, so I may have to get him something from there for Christmas :).
I drop by Pioneer Woman to get recipes all the time! Great interview.
Yes, its not about getting the latest gadgets etc, but about equping yourself with what YOU need to do what YOU want to do 🙂 Great post!