Hi! I’m Jenni Field, and as a former special education teacher/now pastry chef, I am trying to marry my two careers together. Part of that is this very blog. In it, I want mostly to focus on methods and techniques that will make your life in the kitchen easier.
I do hope that you enjoy my blog. Whether I focus on an ingredient and its functions in baking, or whether I’m giving ideas for ways to use apples, my intent is that it be both educational and entertaining in equal parts. I think that too many people are intimidated by baking, and that keeps them out of the kitchen. This is a sad thing, because Great Stuff can happen in the kitchen. I hope that, armed with some kitchen science and an understanding of mixing methods, you will be excited to get into the kitchen and make some Great Stuff!
If you’d like some more in-depth information about baking and pastry, please check out my website, Pastry Chef Online.
I also Squidoo. I am having a lot of fun with that. Most of my lenses focus on cooking, but a couple are seasonal and two deal with selling a house–something I am very familiar with doing, having just sold a house in Central Florida in June 2008. If you’d like to check out the lenses, you can find them here. If you’d like more information on how to sell a house, I have a website that I designed to sell my eBook: I CAN Sell This House. I hope it will help people.
I’ve decided that, no matter what I do out here in big old cyberspace, I do it to help people. I believe in the power of our intentions and intention-driven actions, and I am recently adding to that the belief that we draw to us who we are meant to draw. I think that I find my readers and my readers find me because we each have something to offer the other. In that spirit, I am excited by this partnership, and thank you all for your participation!
PS Please take a minute and leave a comment–I’d love to know what you like, what you don’t like and what you’d like to learn. Also, I am open to any of your tips, as well. I also have a forum page, much neglected (but I keep hoping) if you’d like to post there! Chef Talk at Pastry Chef Online.