If cooking or eating good, oops I mean great food is your passion then you simply must visit Cooking With Deney.

Ok, let me back up a bit. I went to Beverly Mahone’s blogtalk radio show today. After listening to a great show, I decided to see what I missed last week. It was all about starting your home-based bakery. Now, it just so happens that I know a lot of great cooks. Sometimes I use my imagination and pretend but more often I am on the eating side.

It was awesome to hear a baby boomer who is still doing, teaching and empowering others like Denay. Her site provides opportunities to learn in person, private or online. In addition, she has a place to ask questions. Yes, I asked about my hairdresser who has a great Chile dish  and wants to market it.

She also has a blog where you  can get even more insight into her cooking, philosophy etc. I especially liked what she had to say about the Food TV Network.

So visit when you get a chance. I am going back. Thanks Denay!

PS You must meet a personal friend of mine, named Chef Jesse!

I do believe when I can afford it I want you to do the baking and Chef Jesse  to do the cooking as a meals on wheels for folks sick and shut in and seniors I know. It is one of my dreams.

By Rosie

I am a blogging boomer who wants to promote and provide all things boomer.

6 thoughts on “Is Baking Your Passion? Eating Good Baked Items Your Passion?”
  1. Oh my God! Those ribs on Jesse’s page look delicious enough to eat right off the screen!!! You need to put me in touch with him so I can have him as a guest on one of my future shows.

  2. Thanks for the great info, Rosie. I checked out Deney’s site and it looks like it’s full of great tips and ideas. I’ll also listen to Beverly’s show to find out more. Cooking for yourself is a wonderful way to promote health and well being because you are in charge and can monitor fats, sugars, etc. You’ve inspired me!

  3. I love to entertain, and I love to bake, but I hate to cook. It’s much easier to grab some carbs and chow down…not the best thing to do. I would love to have a personal chef three days a week.

    I applaud anyone who is following their passion, and helping others in the process.

  4. Thanks Heidi,Pam,Vicki,Bev and Mary. And yes, Jessie’s ribs will make a non-pork eater change their mind. I mean it when I say one of my financial goals is to have really good cooks and bakers available to help those sick, shut in and seniors. In addition, my personal chef for Ray and I. Thanks again Bev for the interview with Denay!

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