Thanks to writer Stephen Hunt and Calgary Arts Development for featuring me in The Storytelling Project about people creating a vital, prosperous and connected city through the arts.
Food has always been my creative outlet – even when I was a nurse for over two decades. Now, whether I’m cooking for family and friends, creating recipes, writing cookbooks or columns, helping to produce radio or television pieces or using my food tour company to create cultural value for my favourite food artisans, chefs and farmers; food has become the muse that allows me to contribute the most to my community.
You can read a bit about how my “new” career evolved in the article at the source: Karen Anderson
I believe that contributing to life with whatever kind of creativity we are blessed with will always help a human being savour it all. What helps you thrive?
Eating your food,and reading your words, of course!
You are one of the kindest souls I know! Thank you bright light. K.
The stories on the food tours are as terrific as the food. Loved Hunt’s article, too. Karen DOES make Calgary feel like a small town!
Thank you my biased friend.
Cheers to you and all you do.