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Wheatland Union High, Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts (Pastry and Baking)
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Alma

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Portland, Oregon, United States · Member since July 2011
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An early 30's lady, working and living in Portland, loving life, and generally getting into super-rad adventures. Sometimes those adventures are out in and around Portland, sometimes they're in the kitchen, and still others are on the other side of the country, where I'm preparing to move! I will never turn down the opportunity to sleep in if someone else is making breakfast.

I work in the food industry in Portland, and I don't think there's a cooler job on the planet. I am super proud of what we do here, and I never hesitate to tell people I'm a culinary school grad doing what I love.

In Portland, my favorite things to do include testing out new restaurants, shopping at local establishments (especially those that support local artists), getting to know my neighbors and fellow city residents, and scoping out rad places to hang out. I have a tendency to go to grocery stores and geek out in the produce section, daydreaming about future projects. I take on crazy food experiments in my free time, and I love to cook for others.

As a guest, I tend to sleep late and stay quiet when I'm in. When I'm out, I'm out exploring something new and fun. I've been a guest in places in Portland, and usually that entails me leaving in the mornings for work. I typically know things to do around town, but I always appreciate suggestions. Also, I like to eat in and cook whenever possible: whether my hosts or other guests engage with me in this or not doesn't bother me, and I don't mind keeping it low-key. I'm generally accommodating and gracious, I don't hog the bathroom, and I don't leave the kitchen a mess.