Dig in, said the king, poking Milo with his elbow and looking disapprovingly at his plate. “I can’t say that I think much of your choice.”

“I didn’t know that I was going to have to eat my words,” objected Milo.

“Of course, of course, everyone here does,” the king grunted. “You should have made a tastier speech.”

from The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster

In search of work that I love, my adventures thus far have taken me through graduate school in english literature and a stint as a real estate agent. A few months ago, my wonderful husband suggested that I submit to my true passion and find a career in food. After a bit of hesitation, I took his advice and I am now in the process of opening a creperie in Durham, NC (target opening, early January).

What else is there to say about me? My passions in life are food, words, college basketball, and politics with a little wine thrown in for good measure. I hope you enjoy my culinary adventures.Please use my recipes and read my words for your enjoyment, but don’t reprint either without my permission.


One response to “Amy

  1. Toni Thomey

    Hi Amy,

    It was so nice to see you and Camber at Christmas. I really hope we can make it down there for break.

    Chat with you soon.

    PS. I have tons of people looking at your site now!!

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