Hi Nice To Meet You! I’m Sharee!
And I love to dance and eat… Sometimes at the same time… Can’t you tell from the picture??
It took me 33 years to realize to go for what I truly love – food…….
The story behind this foodie situation:
From the moment I could make sense of all there is in the world- I was hungry…. Anything that had something to do with food, I was there….. As I grew up I cooked simple meals learning the basics with what I could.
Then, I started a family….
And things got more even more serious! I had hungry people that required something to eat, and quick! I had to learn how to cook different meals to suit our needs and life as a busy family. As I kept doing this, my passion for culinary continued to grow. My kitchen became my lab for testing recipes, unique flavors, and cooking techniques. With the social butterfly that I know as my wonderful husband, and my love for food- dinner parties were created, and food events were frequently attended. While doing so, I was blessed to live in Hawaii – a place of many different cultures that intrigued me and pushed me to try foods that we sometimes might not give the time of day.
And the Foodie Beast Grew and Grew!
As this passion grew, my desire to do something with this passion grew as well. So I decided to create an online food diary to chronicle my cooking capabilities with new recipe experiences. About one year later Savory Spicerack came out kicking and screaming….. Isn’t she beautiful??? 🙂
I’m sharing dishes inspired by different cooking methods, unique flavors combinations, and unique spices. If it looks good on the camera, and pleasing to the palate then I will be posting it. I hope my virtual recipe diary, can help you make meals with a twist that taste great, the perfect meal or dish for your next dinner party, and quick efficient dishes for the busy day when time is of the essence.
Thank you for joining me in this next chapter of my life as I open the door to my world while I learn food photography, and different cooking methods. While I burn up a few pans, and screw up a few photos, I will be sharing with you the knowledge I have to offer from any successes or mishaps I learn along the way.