I love how food brings people together, so I invited my friend Lindsey and her beau Dr. Ryan to join me in the Connecting Kitchen. Cooking together is a great way to connect with someone you are dating or in a relationship with. Check out the video to see for...read more
Look how far we've come! I never thought I'd get him to eat a bowl full of whole food goodness like this Poke Bowl. He was living on fast food and junk food before we started cooking together. Just goes to show that with some time and patience it is possible to make...read more
What are friends for? These 2 ladies, Missy Banks and Annie Koch, are not only great friends to hang out with, but are an inspiration for living a healthy lifestyle. We all need more friends like this, that eat with purpose and exercise regularly and inspire everyone...read more
Swinging over paradise. Our journey to Bali was an adventure! It was transformational, inspirational, and motivational. I was there for a 10-day workshop, led by transformation life coach, Rachel Gilmore (center), designed for us to grow, experience, and learn. It was...read more
Brian and Chris Jones from the Jones Zone Podcast joined me in the Connecting Kitchen. Promoting small businesses is their thing. When they invited me to do an interview for their podcast, I invited them to come cook with me. I thought it would be more interesting if...read more
Connecting with new friends is as easy as this Creole Cod recipe. He was intimidated to come cook with us. The last time (and only time) he tried to cook was for a friend, and the meal was not good. Well, who is really good at anything on the first try? The secret is...read more
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Hi, I’m Meryl
This is a photo of me with my son, Ari. We didn’t always have the best relationship, in fact, we had MANY years of fighting and arguing. One day, I PAID him to cook with me because he needed the money and I wanted to help. It wasn’t long before we realized, that when we were in the kitchen, that we were getting along. We had set our differences aside and started to bond in a way we never had before. It didn’t take long to start a relationship that wasn’t there before.
Fast forward to today and here you have my son and I, TOGETHER – with a goal to help others build their relationships with their friends, children, parents, partners, and co-workers.