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I'm a mentor in Soup

I'm from Memphis, TN

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My Soup Corner

Why I want to be mentor in this category:
I enjoy making and eating soups all the time - for work, for friends, for family and for clients. I seem to have an innate skill for just the right blend and know what to do for texture. Whether clarifying or rough chopping, soups are a huge part of my daily life.

What inspires me in this category:
Soups are so versatile and so many people open up to discussion when you ask for their favorite soup ideas. It is a classic, comfort food that is universal.

As a mom and wife and as a personal chef providing foods (and soups) to those recovering from orthopedic surgeries, soups are a BIG part of getting healthy and staying healthy. Soups are comfort foods that make people feel better just by being what they remember. What's inside a soup, can help you heal, make your energy levels rise and keep your body-machine running properly.

Biggest Lesson Learned:
I've learned that EVERYONE has something we can learn. It may be unconventional, but it's value is immense.

Books, classes, teachers that have helped me:
My classes (Soups & Sauces with Chef Getchell) at the Scottsdale Culinary Institute and the hundreds of cookbooks that I have collected over the years. Plus, lots of experience of my own in the kitchen.

Education, Awards, Pro Experience:
I am a personal chef. I am a wife and mom. And, I attended the Scottsdale Culinary Institute studying Culinary Arts.

My Tips:

  • Soup too salty? Add a drop of balsamic vinegar and taste. You might need a few drops, but the saltiness will melt away.