Monday, June 25, 2018
They Call Me ShRed
My name is Sharon, but they call me "ShRed" (Sharon the Red).
I am a whirlwind of industry from oil and gas equipment brokerage, paranormal investigation and blogging on Ghost Hunting Theories, authoring books, investing in disruptive technologies, growing organic food, and movie making.
The consistencies in my life were being taught to live off the land and grow and catch my own food in my home state of Virginia. My mother was also very expert in Appalachian curative tea making and taught me much about herbs and spices. Our estate had orchards, berries, grapes, nuts of all kinds and our summer home on the Chesapeake had the same, as well as crabs, clams, oysters, and fish.
I grew up in Virginia so food influences included British and Southern/country, as well as Chesapeake. I moved to Arizona as a teen and spent some years in California so southwestern and wine country were also influences on my recipe making.
I lead a conscious life of health and balance. I know how to cook for one or huge party crowds. Whatever I'm doing, I use Cowboy Spice Company spices because I want expert blends that take my recipes to gourmet levels with healthy and natural mixes.
Expect me to share lots of tips and tricks for shopping, the health benefits of herbs and spices, how to cook if you're single, living in a dorm, have a big family or want to throw a large shindig. I've been there and done all that many times!
Thanks for checking out my blog. Let the recipe sharing begin -
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