It’s been awhile since you’ve heard from Maggy, Sharon, and me. Four years it’s been. 2015. Since then, what’s happened in your lives and in the lives of Three Many Cooks?
Like many of you, we’ve experienced joy and sadness at both ends of life’s spectrum, helping midwife new ones into our family and gently walking with aging ones as they reach the end here. We’ve lived through career shifts, job changes, moves, health challenges. We’ve celebrated holidays and life’s big events. Food is still our language.
Food is still Sharon’s language… big time. Since 2015 she has been the Director of Development for WhyHunger, a New York City-based non-profit whose mission is to end hunger and advance the human right to nutritious food in the U.S. and around the world. WhyHunger is successful because they fund grassroots movements and support community-based solutions. Sharon and her husband, Anthony love to travel, and they cook and entertain regularly. Their little French bulldog, Eloise, loves the kitchen too and is always underfoot in hopes that some scrap will land her way.
Food is still Maggy’s language too. With the birth of her second child, she has left her work as Director of Development and Communications at a NY-based non-profit. In addition to her busy life as mother of two, she has started a Facebook group called Planetarian Life, which offers cooking inspiration for those trying to reduce their meat and dairy consumption for the good of the planet. She’s gotten me on board as well. Our families still enjoy the occasional beef stew, pulled pork, and roast chicken, but we’re also loving this new plant-based world of ingredients and recipes.
A year ago, my husband, David, and I moved back to our home in Pennsylvania, and I’ve started a new venture called Copper House Events. If you check out the website you’ll see that I host a variety of experiences, retreats, and team-building.
On occasion you may hear from Maggy, Sharon, or me here on Three Many Cooks, but if you’re looking for more of my recipes and stories, head over to the Copper House blog.
We’d love to hear from you. Let us know what you’re up to.