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IMG_8263After “retiring” to become a stay-at-home mom to two young children, I found I had lost my way—and my ability to interact with adults. Poet in the pantry was born from this hunger, this need to be an adult again and use those brain cells for more than ABCs and “open wide.”

More than three years later, instead of a toddler and a preschooler, I’m now serving it up to two grade-school kids who are always ready to eat. Back to working full-time in the “real world,” my hungry co-workers provide plenty of opportunities for playing in the kitchen with their frequent in-office celebrations. And we can’t forget about my husband, whose belly has enjoyed more than its fair share of creations.

Join the journey! It’s not always easy, but it sure is tasty!

Have something to say? You can reach me at poetinthepantry@gmail.com or on Twitter, Facebook, , and Pinterest, as well!

 

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I love sharing my thoughts on food and kitchen products, especially if I think it might help someone else with their decisions! Generally, I will buy the products myself, but I do accept products for review if they fit in with the theme of this blog. (So foot cream may not be the right thing, …

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