Prosciutto Happiness
Prosciutto Happiness

Life's too short to eat bad food. 

That's all there is to it.

Food is love. It should be shared with people you care about. So, it should taste good. It should nourish you, body and soul. 

Recipes don't need to be difficult to make in order to taste good. You don't need to learn complicated techniques to impress your friends. You don't need a million ingredients to achieve complex flavors. You just need the willingness to try something new, acknowledge what's working in a dish, laugh (and learn) when you make mistakes, and savor each bite. 

At least that's what I do. And it's why this cooking blog exists today. At the urging of my friends to share various recipes I've cooked for them, I figured I'd share my favorite recipes and tips with you, too.

Some recipes and tips are a collection of my favorite recipes from expert chefs, others come from my mom and her twin sister. The sources of the recipes will be broad and include those of my own creation. Some will be healthy and seasonal, others not. Most are relatively simple that anyone can make. And they all taste good.

It’s up to you to give them a try, find your own embellishments, and make them your own. And when you do, post in the comments. We’re in this together. Let's make good food taste better, savor what nourishes us, and stay vigilant on our pursuit of culinary happiness. Welcome to Prosciutto Happiness.

Stay hungry.

Jamie Harbron
Creator of Prosciutto Happiness

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Jamie Harbron

Creator and head chef of Prosciutto Happiness. Chicago-based, Michigan-made home cook in the pursuit of making delicious food for all.