When I started cooking my little ones where tiny, my husband and I were hungry and often tired.  All I wanted to do was make something to feed our souls at the end of a long day.  I found the little ones would eat a little pasta, a few olives, some chicken and red peppers.  I discovered I could open a bottle of wine and make a green salad and we were all happy.  Frozen pizza and nuggets were often on the menu, but I learned to move toward the fresh ingredients.  With every step I gained confidence.  I have a tiny kitchen.  I didn’t have gourmet grocery stores near, but I grew my own basil and tomatoes and I began to experiment.  It was worth it then, and remains so today.  I hope my cookbook Real Food for Real People, will inspire other people to do the same.  Blessings and love to all.

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