I was a Home Economics major in college and one of my dear friends and professors described hospitality as “meeting someone’s needs.” Counter Cultural is about food, but more than that it is about creating community, extending hospitality, and meeting needs.
Yes, you will find recipes and cooking tips on there. But there is also be an emphasis on the art of hospitality. And in our world of fast food, I think that is something that is getting lost. But I hope to inspire a community who cooks not because it is convenient or because it is the latest food fad, but because we are meeting needs.
So whether you are baking brownies for Bible study or pouring punch for a party, let us cook against the grain.
I would love for you to stop by!