The night before I headed out of town for the holidays, I was watching Ellen DeGeneres’ stand-up special on Netflix. She made a joke about how when people go on vacation, they often pretend to be the fantasy versions of themselves—poking fun at people who buy elaborate floppy hats and suddenly start wearing white linen in the presence of a beach. I was in the midst of packing and I couldn’t get the thought out of my head. Who was the person (persona) I was trying to create?
Hi everyone! It’s me, Tash!
I’m excited to be here for the next three months sharing some of my favorite kitchen staple recipes with you. As a person who cooks a lot for a living* and then goes home and has to cook for myself, I completely understand how cooking can feel overwhelming and like a giant black hole.
- Only the Essentials
- Happy Holidays!
- How To...
- Things I Learned
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I am intimidated to write an intro about Susan Piver. Not because she’s a big bad wolf — quite the opposite. Because I have so much respect and admiration for her that I could never do her justice in a 250 word intro. I spoke about a huge breakthrough I had on the retreat on our Self-Discovery Pocket Pardon My French and I owe this breakthrough to Susan.