To cut to the chase, I did just that.
Over the last few months, I have been working on fulfilling a longtime dream of having a place to house all my foodie dreams and desires. My own food blog!
Via Grace(Full)Plate, Introduction Post:
I love food. My friends have always called me first to ask where the best restaurants are – where is the best sushi – where can they take their parents in town visiting – what’s that recipe for my homemade spaghetti sauce – or that packet I put together of best places to eat in Florence, Italy?
I love cooking, sharing recipes, discussing food and sharing it with everyone. I become giddy at the thought of food.
Here’s what I will do at Grace(Full)Plate. I want to cover it all, what my passion already is: favorite restaurants, dishes, recipes, interviews with cooks, food authors all while infusing my love for travel and foodie love.
I’m not a food critic, I do not have a background in the culinary arts – my passion is my accolades, my heritage is my resume and my love for food is why I’m here, doing this.
Doing It Right:
This second blog around, I wanted to do it right. To put time and effort (not jump in on my own, like I did originally with Small Hands, Big Ideas) so I enlisted Andrew Norcross for his help. He built and designed the blog from scratch. He’s the man and thank you so much to him for his ninja skills, patience and kindness.
Check It Out:
I’m a little nervous, because I care so much about the project and what’s behind it, but I couldn’t be happier to take this risk and launch. This time around, I think I know a little more and I’m leveraging something I’m passionate about.
I will still be here on Small Hands, Big Ideas, same as always. I hope to continue posting 1-2 times a week on each blog. Thank you for your continual support dear readers. Small Hands, Big Ideas has been going strong for over two years and I love this space and all of you. Grace(Full)Plate is to help me indulge in what I’m already doing (cooking, sharing, restaurants and traveling).