Sometimes it takes a life event to stumble upon your calling. Without giving more away (you’ll have to read the interview) Paula otherwise known as PMc (P-Mac) found her blog calling via the necessity of constantly answering the question from friends and family about what they should cook. Paula is a natural, gracious host that loves dessert but knows how to live life in moderation so she can have that big slice of cake!
Let’s meet Paula!
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 Have you always been a foodie, or is that something you grew into?
I have always loved desserts and baking. I didn’t become interested in cooking ‘real’ food until I met my husband. We love to cook together and entertain. I became even more interested and involved in cooking after I had my first son and quit my full-time bank job.
 How and why did you begin your blog?
I entered and won my first recipe competition which was the Mississippi Magazine Annual Recipe Contest. All my friends knew enjoyed cooking, but that gave me credibility. Friends began calling me or asking for recipes on my Facebook profile all the time. They would stop me in the grocery store wanting to know what I was having for dinner and make the same thing. I started sharing a weekly menu on my Facebook profile, then shortly after that I started Call Me PMc.
 What’s your favorite thing to make/cook?
I love to bake desserts: cheesecakes, pound cakes, and bread pudding are my favorites. Coincidentally, they’re my favorite things to eat too! 🙂
 What is your favorite thing to eat?
Desserts -any and all- cheesecake, pound cakes, kicked-up bread puddings.
 What is your comfort food?
 Describe your perfect food day?
I love to cook and serve others. I’m not a big eater and my joy in cooking comes from feeding others. My perfect food day would throw a dinner party where everyone goes home full and happy.
 What are three other blogs that inspire you?
 Do you have advice for bloggers just starting out?
It’s a lot more time-consuming and involved than you think. Invest in a good camera and learn how to use it. If you’re not passionate about food, it will show in your work. Love what you do and do what you love.
How about you? What would you like to ask Paula? What’s your favorite kind of cheesecake?