A Day In The Life Of The Gypsy GourmetNavigation
I have decided to write a spring and summer series on canning, preserving, and pickling. I figure as I absorb all of this wonderfully useful information from sources ranging from family, friends, reference guides, the Internet, and experience, the least I can do is pass along...Read More
Eureka! I’ve discovered the perfect biscuit recipe. Gone are the sad little biscuits resembling hockey pucks. Gone are the days of this Damn Yankee’s embarrassing excuse for breakfast. This talent for beautiful biscuit making seems to be bred into the genetic makeup of every...Read More
"I'm a classically trained chef, traveling the countryside in search of the perfect bite."
When someone asks, “Who are you?” what do YOU say? I’m first and foremost a small town Minnesota girl, and a classic example of the melting pot of America. I am Northern Russian Gypsy, with a mixture of German, Irish, Polish, and French Canadian thrown in. In other words, I’m a mutt.
Fast forward 13 years from culinary school. I’m a classically trained chef with a penchant for adventure. When the economy took a turn for the worse, with the restaurant industry immediately affected, I began to think outside of the box. I never dreamed I’d wind up behind the wheel of a semi-truck, but I certainly did.
The Long Haul Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication, available now for the IPad in the Apple newsstands. Camille is a contributor and columnist for the magazine.