Julia Child once said that ‘People who love to eat are always the best people’. I think she was referring specifically to those who know just how to enjoy themselves and aren’t afraid to do so. Quality food is important, yet sometimes it isn’t just the food, but how we eat with our souls and our eyes.

If you’ve ever heard of the term ‘soul-crushing’, then you’ll understand that ‘cooking with soul’ is just the exact opposite…your whole being comes alive with the very dish or dessert you created. When you’ve given passion to your own creation, it can’t help but show! To cook with your soul is being able to fall in love with the process of creating what you serve up on the table to share with others. It’s done in love and in the joy and satisfaction that you’re offering them a taste of who you are. It is essentially a piece of you that others get to savour through enjoying the pleasure and delight of your dish.

On this site I share my best-loved recipes and cake decorating escapades. I don’t often give food reviews of eateries I’ve visited (P.S. I’m not that kind of site!) but when I do, it’s usually because I find something worth sharing. It’s always good fun to assess how much soul an establishment has invested in the dining experience we have! Thanks for letting me share, and most of all, for stopping by. I appreciate all my readers–both the transient and the loyal!
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