Welcome to SheCooks.Design!
SheCooks.Design creates tasty recipes, shares tips and tricks and provides cooking classes to get you started in the kitchen! All along the way, trying to promote local (local as in, where ever I am at the time, could be Minnesota, Wisconsin or my love, Ireland) producers, farmers and makers.
We can’t forget about highlighting the graphic design arm of the business. I create logos, packaging, visual branding and website design for all things food.
On my ad-free website, I only review and use products that I purchase and love and would recommend to a friend. Right now, no one pays me to review their products, it’s all outta love, I tell ya! I’d like everyone to be aware of the wonderful local products available to us in the Twin Cities and region, there are so many hidden gems. If you have a great product or know of someone who does, please let me know. If you need or know anyone that needs any graphic design services and/or visual branding consultation, give me a call. See how this works? Pretty cool I think.
Have a recipe or product idea? Shoot me an email. Need help with a your design needs, give me a call.
Now get cookin’! And have a super day!
Some delicious recipes, and there’s more!
Two weeks ago, while visiting the west of Ireland, Westport to be exact. We stopped at Cronin’s Sheebeen. A cozy old restaurant/pub nestled in a bay with a sea view. Knowing I’d be making a Spring Risotto for an upcoming appearance on Twin Cities Live, I thought, what luck! An promptly knew what my dinner…
Who would have thought I would be ‘evacuated’ from Ireland two years, one month, and 13 days ago due to the impending pandemic? Dare I say no one. Who would have thought that two years, one month, and 13 days later, I’d be ‘stuck’ in Ireland due to a positive Covid-19 test? Probably safe to…
Don’t turn your nose up on this one until you’ve tried it. Pretty much can guarantee it’ll be on your dinner table often, or feel free to call and complain. LOL. Well hello there. Happy Spring to you! And yes, I know this would have been a great recipe for Paddy’s Day, but guess what,…