Note: This page was updated on Nov. 27, 2011.
As you’re visiting my blog, I’d like to make sure you know some key bits of info.
One: This blog is my own personal space . It reflects my personal opinions and experiences. On occasion, I will include the thoughts and opinions of my family and friends since they’re going to be guinea pigs for the recipes featured in these blog posts. (please wish them luck!)
Two: These blogs post are my own. Unless stated otherwise in the post, this blog does not represent the views, opinions or positions of my employer, Fleishman-Hillard, an international communications and PR agency. Nor does it represent the views of my previous employers such as ConAgra Foods, which you may see referenced in posts prior to November 2011.
Three: I work in the Austin office of Fleishman-Hillard and, in particular, I’m part of the Food & Agriculture practice. Fleishman-Hilllard represents a wide variety of companies and organizations, and I work on some of those accounts. Unless stated otherwise in the post, this blog does not reflect the views, opinions or positions of Fleishman-Hillard’s clients. I will, however, always be respectful of the clients with whom I have the privilege to work.
Four: My career in the food industry spans more than 10 years and has given me countless opportunities to learn about a whole array of things related to food. I appreciate those opportunities. I won’t lie to you either; these professional experiences have informed some of my personal opinions.
Five: I’m a fan of Diet Coke, Starbucks, Jiffy Cornbread, Ro*Tel and Honeycrisp Apples. Nobody pays me (yet) to tell you how much I love these products. However, I feel that it’s only fair to tell you that it’s incredibly likely that I’ll kick you in the shins if you give me a Pepsi after I’ve asked for a Coke. And, if I’m caffeine deprived, you better not even think of denying my request to stop at Starbucks.