ItsbeenalmostamonthsincemylastpostIhavemadenoupdatesaboutthecompetition IenteredorthebloeventIamhostingthismonthorwrittenanythingformydearreaders tofollowoverthepastfewweekssoIknowanapologyisinordereventhoughIfeellikewe havebeendownthisroadbeforeIwouldstillliketosay… I’m sorry.
Whew! Now that we got that out of the way, let me bring you all up to speed. There are 3 major things we need to talk about today and they all have to do in one way or another with new beginnings:
1. I did not qualify for the Biggest Baddest Bucket List competition.
Kinda sucked when I found out I was not a finalist for the Biggest Baddest Bucket List contest. Still kinda bummed that I don’t get to travel the world for 6 months, all expenses paid enjoying the food and activities each country has to offer. I believe everything happens for a reason though. Best of luck to the winners! I appreciate everyone’s support and do not despair, I have now moved on to new projects and adventures.
2. I am hosting a blog event this month.
You may recall that I participated in a monthly blogging event some time ago. The event is all about expanding your culinary comfort zone. Being a generally comfort-zone-expanding type of gal, I offered to host it for the month of June. I have really enjoyed seeing what other people do with food. Each month is filled with inspiring ideas and great writers. Thanks to the event, I made acquaintance with Genie from Bunny Eats Design. Who knows? Perhaps I will make new contacts in the blogosphere this month. So this is an open invitation for everyone to get out there; eat or cook and share all about it! All you have to do is follow the guidelines and submit your articles by clicking below:
3. I now run a kitchen at a new restaurant.
I was recently hired to run the kitchen at this cool new restaurant and bar called Costa Rica Beer Factory. I was given tons of freedom to design the menu dishes and have been swamped with work since. Not that it is an excuse but it is the reason I have been out of touch with you all. I will share more about this new project soon. It is very inspiring and interesting. If you are in Costa Rica, stop by for a visit. If you are not in Costa Rica, book a trip and then give me a call to reserve a table. For now I will leave you a few photos of Costa Rica Beer Factory in the making.