My boss told me today that she would pay me to make her lunch everyday. She was flipping through my blog and practically drooling over my food pornography. She said if I could help her lose a few pounds and stop her from eating fast food at her desk that she would even throw in a bonus.
I may have to take her up on that…
I receive offers similar to that all the time – from my family members, from my friends, from co-workers, from random people on the street, etc. – everyone wants me cook for them. And some offer to pay! 😉
What they don’t know is that I love to cook and – in all seriousness – would take them up on that offer in a heartbeat. How cool would it be to prepare personalized, tasty (and healthy!) meals for a deserving person as a full time job? It would probably rank right up there with blogging about those meals.
Maybe I should rethink this whole business world thing and head to culinary school?
If only funds were unlimited and jobs were guaranteed post-school. Le sigh.
At least I still have cooking for myself – and Derek on occasion – and I promise cooking for myself never gets old.
Especially when it’s as easy as fancy left overs for lunch.
That right there is a bed of spinach surrounded by a ripe wedges of tomato and topped with polenta and left over eggplant stuffing mix from last night.
And this is the rest of my green smoothie from this morning.
Earlier I had 1/2 a Clif Bar from my emergency stash for a snack.
I had accidentally packed my intended snack for the day – handful of nuts- in my hot yoga bag and left it in the car. Ooppsss… I guess that’s what emergency stashes are for, right?
Check out my latest project at my real job.
My company’s CEO was recently featured in a local magazine and I was tasked with framing said article on the cheap.
Instead of framing the actual news paper I purchased a cheap frame from Joanns.
And printed the cover & article via PDF to fit the 8×10 inserts.
Cost saving and space saving. I was quite proud of my little project. 🙂
Who says article framing should cost $500?!?! Not I! 🙂