I’m John Davis. I’ve been online since the early 90’s, so I’ve seen a lot of things come and go online. If you remember that Mosaic preceded Mozilla, we’re from the same generation.
I’m a radio broadcaster and a broadcast technician who happens to write and cook. I have a degree in Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Telecommunication at Arizona State University. I’ve programmed radio stations in Phoenix and am the technical support manager for a broadcast equipment company. I also work on the air in Houston for the fun of it.
I started this blog so I can keep track of the stuff that I make so I can make it again; I hope you’ll find it useful.
You’ll find that I’m not your typical food blogger: I don’t make you scroll through several worthless paragraphs that are nothing more than affiliate link fodder to get to the recipe. While this means I’m not going to quit my day job to write this, it does mean that if I write about something, it’s because I find it interesting, not because I’m being paid as an “influencer.”
Maybe that means I’m doing this wrong… but the techie in me wants to keep it useful.
I’m married and live in suburban Houston with my wife Laura and our dog Delaney. We’re really making an effort this year to eat at home more to both save money and eat healthier. Since we both work a lot, you’ll find that we favor recipes and cooking methods that save time and aren’t fussy.
Thanks for reading.