Month: January 2014
Starting a new career at 60 years young!
I have been neglecting my Basque wife blog for sometime. Let me share with you the reason why. Along with the volunteer cooking I do for the Basque club I belong to I am now employed as a freelance writer! Never in my wildest dreams would I have imaged starting a new career in my 60’s! In the spring I was approached by an energetic young woman that I have know since the day she was born, to leave my comfort zone and embark on a new adventure. Ali, along with my children, Julie and Martin, had been encouraging me to start a blog where I could share my recipes, thus was born The Basque Wife. Ali owns Ali Cox & Company and her business is branding and marketing. She asked if I would join the team for the California Dry Bean Advisory Board to write a blog promoting California dry beans. Being a little apprehensive, as I hadn’t really thought of myself as a writer, I put my fear aside and met the challenge. As a bean farmers daughter I thought I knew a lot about beans, but I am learning more everyday. I am still cooking, just using more beans and posting those recipes on the calbeans.org website. I am also doing a lot of crafting using beans. When I have a little more time I will post some recipes here on my blog. I had every intention of posting a cookie recipe for Christmas, but the holidays seemed to fly by so quickly! I would appreciate it however if you would follow the following social media for California Dry Bean Advisory Board. And please check out the recipes on calbeans.org and share them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!
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