|Location||Hamilton, Ontario, Canada|
|Introduction||Medical Sciences Master's graduate. Chef. Entrepreneur. Educator. Artist. Collector. Bibliophile.|
|Interests||reading, writing, crafting, cell migration, pharmacology (and science/math in general), shopping, baking|
|Favorite Music||Neil Young, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles|
|Favorite Books||Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon, all of Anne Rice's book, anything by Ken Follett or Wilbur Smith|
How do you pronounce the 'g' in bologna?
I pronounce it: bo-lo-nee. Although I guess there's a bit of a "gn" sound, which is used more in French (make an 'n' sound while placing your tongue the way you would to make a hard 'g' - like in goat)