My name is Evelyne, and I am a Christian recipe creator, travel blogger, and restaurant reviewer. I love trying new foods, visiting unique places, and going off the beaten path to explore.
My favorite bible verse is Joshua 1:9 because it reminds me of God’s strength and power; that no matter what happens in our lives, he is always there even if we don’t feel it.
“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”
Transforming recipes allows me to show my creative side. The side of me where I believe that meals should be gluten-free and not compromise flavor and quality.
I’ve always been adventurous. I’m the kind of person who will order something off the menu that sounds strange and then finds out that it’s really good. You only have one life so why not try food that you may not be able to try again.
I started Evelyne’s Epicurean Expeditions in January of 2017 as a way for me to share my love of food and travel with the world. I started off posting whenever I went somewhere, which was once a month. Then, in August of 2017, I had a lightbulb moment. I realized that if I wanted to be successful at blogging, I’d have to create a schedule and stick with it. That schedule has changed a lot since I first started, but I’ve stuck with it. Then two months later, in November, I switched over to a self-hosted WordPress blog. The first week and a half I was figuring out tech issues, but once those issues were taken care of, I started blogging again.
My life goal is to set foot on every continent in the world (including Antarctica). I’ve already been to 35 of the 50 states in the US, and I think I’m doing pretty good so far. Traveling is a lot of fun because you get to visit places you’ve been before, and you may also visit a small town that you live near that has the best chocolate in the world; but if you didn’t travel, you wouldn’t have found your favorite chocolate shop or your favorite campground that is conveniently located about two hours away. You’ll also meet people you may not meet again, but they’ll remember you, in a good or bad way.
If y’all have any questions, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org