Who’s Momma Bird?

So I am Momma Bird, and well, I love to cook and eat and then find more things to cook and eat.

As of today (roughly fall 2010), I am a full-time teacher at a child development center. My kids are between 18 and 28-months-old, and I love all 18 of them.

Now to backtrack a bit, “Momma Bird” is a nickname that was given to me by some former roommates. They were five boys, including my boyfriend. On most nights, I cooked dinner for some if not all of them. That’s basically the origin of my nickname.

My real name is Trammi, and I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor’s in journalism. Writing, cooking, and teaching have always been interests in my life, but I never quite knew which one to pursue first. And honestly, I’m unsure of which one I really did decide to pursue first.

And as for my cooking, well, I’m not sure how to describe it, other than satisfying and budget-friendly. My appetizers, lunches, dinners, and desserts can feed just two or a crowd, without a problem and the costs won’t break the bank, trust me.

I have always loved cooking, but living with five boys this past year has really inspired me to go outside the box and come up with some tasty and sometimes wacky ideas. I have fried, stuffed, and miniaturized foods that I couldn’t have ever imagined doing before meeting these boys. My boyfriend has been and still is a huge inspiration for the meals I prepare. He is currently taking culinary courses, and I shall live vicariously through his formal training. I’m very excited for him.

I have been cooking on a regular daily basis for only three years now, but I’ve been baking or cooking my entire life. Especially since my mom is quite possibly the greatest cook ever. She’s definitely my number one inspiration, and I am eternally grateful to her.

And with that said, that’s basically my “culinary life” in a nutshell.

Published on April 17, 2010 at 2:07 pm  Leave a Comment  

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