About THE AUTHOR
meet CIndy yanasha ANGULO
Born in Georgetown, Guyana - raised in Parsippany, NJ. I'd like to think I got the best of both worlds! I was raised by Guyanese parents who made sure we always had a home-cooked meal on the table. I've also been an American for over 25 years, and naturally developed a love for do-it-yourself projects and homemade everything! The catch? Those Guyanese parents also stressed the absolute necessity for higher education into our brains (I'm one of four children). Climbing the corporate ladder isn't just an incredible accomplishment in our house; it's a must!
So what does a woman do when she wants to be domesticated and a corporate professional? The thought of cooking for yourself while having a full-time job, grad school exams, homework, group projects, a family, a some-what successful social life, and all other random things life throws at you... SHEESH! I'm tired just typing about it! So when do you eat? What do you eat? There's always hoarding several pre-cooked meals from your parents (which I highly recommend!) Or you could load up on frozen foods and ramen noodles... but those are filled with preservatives and don't quite taste the same as a home-cooked meal.
The truth is, you don't have time to cook because of...well, everything I listed above. And unfortunately, ordering takeout is expensive. So is dining in a restaurant. Even cafeteria food is pricey (and let's face it, can that really be called 'food'?) I've been there, and I've done it. I'm here to help you do it too! This blog will show you how to make quick, delicious, impressive homemade meals while still keeping up with your crazy schedule and saving some of your hard-earned cash.