Sicilian Girl is a personal blog written and edited by me, Catherine Harris. Any product I mention and provide you with a link, such as King Arthur Flour or Olio Carli, I do so for two reasons. The first is because I use the product and am quite pleased with it. The second is simply to share my great find with you so you can enjoy it too. This may be a hard to find ingredient used in a recipe, a book I’m reading, or anything that I feel will make life more enjoyable. If at any time I have received compensation in any form I will certainly disclose that information. Trust with my readers is of the utmost importance to me.
As an author, I earn my income from my books … all two of them, which I shamelessly plug by providing you with a link. On all purchases made through Amazon I receive a small commission.
Readers come to Sicilian Girl with a varied degree of cooking skills. I am an affiliate partner with Rouxbe Online Cooking School who provides instructional videos for my recipes (currently undergoing updates). They offer individual lessons or full-access. They teach basic to advanced skills and techniques so that you can successfully prepare any recipe. I have provided a free trial so you can check out Rouxbe Online Cooking School for yourself. You may use the recipes on my blog at any time without the assistance of Rouxbe. However, if you do take advantage of this online cooking school, I will be paid a commission. I will donate ten percent of this compensation to Share Our Strength.org, a national nonprofit that is ending child hunger in America. Their priority is to make sure every child in America gets the nutritious food he or she needs to learn, grow and thrive. It is my privilege to support such a worthwhile cause.
The views and opinions expressed in this blog are purely mine influenced only by my experiences, beliefs and how many cappuccini I’ve had.
It is my intention to share my stories in a humorous manner for informational purposes and if I’ve made you smile … well, that’s just icing on the cake.