About Maeghan

Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog. I grew up in the hospitality industry and have always loved food. I didn’t really begin cooking until I met my husband, a very picky eater. Somehow, I combined my adventurous palate with his picky ways and have made us both happy. I live in Kennebunkport, ME with my husband, our daughter Caroline, our dogs and cat, and the occasional rescue foster dog. I grew up in New York and South Carolina, so my cooking influences reflect that. Cooking from scratch, using local, organic, and sustainable ingredients is what is most important to me and I try to introduce that in my cooking as much as possible.

About the Blog

The Way to His Heart has evolved over the years, just as my family has. Really, it’s should be named, “The Way to Their Hearts.” This blog contains some original recipes by myself, family members, and some great recipes I’ve found along the way. Really, the blog is about showing love through food. Nothing pleases me more than to feed my friends and family good food. I love food and being married to a man who loves to eat, but is picky, has made me really want to try new things to broaden his horizons. I’ve always loved fun, pretty food, but now that I’m a mother I try to really drive that home. If you make it pretty, they’ll eat it! Who wouldn’t? Most of my recipes can be served on a weeknight or for entertaining. I don’t view some recipes as “fancy” and others “comfort.” Good food is comforting, point blank.

26 thoughts on “About Maeghan”

  1. Sumithra said:

    HELLO! Well, i was desperately looking how to make frostring whipping cream and i came across your blog; Chocolate Cake with Strawberries and Whipping Cream. And i should say it was amazing! didn’t know it was that easy. I’m going to try the recipe tomorrow. Wish me luck!
    And oh! Thank you! i’m really thrilled!

    Cheers!(:

  2. absolutely LOVE your blog! so happy i came across this recipe on pinterest. i will definitely be back for more. thanks for sharing!

  3. Love your website. Going to try BBQ Chicken Nachos for dinner, Friday nite.
    Russ Bangor , Me

    • Well hello there fellow Mainer! I’m glad you like the site. You mentioned the BBQ Chicken Nachos and it sounded good that I made them last night for the Pat’s game!

  4. I just came across your blog as well as a fellow Mainer ~ via a New Yorker that was telling me about your Mexican Stuffed shells. Small world! I live in Millinocket ~ about 3 1/2 hours north of you! ~ great blog 🙂

  5. Just came across your blog and I’m glad I did! I love your recipes, creativity and most of all, your blog’s simplistic look and feel. Keep up the great work. Cheers!

    • Thank you so much! I try to keep things streamlined for easy viewing and let the recipes be the focus. Thank for writing, I checked out your. Log and you’ve got some great stuff on there!

  6. You have an amazing blog here! A friend suggested your blog to me, and I’m very thankful she did. I enjoy the backgrounds and stories you write to your dishes. And like another reader said, the simplicity of it all is really appealing. I’m just dying to try so many recipies from your blog. Thanks for sharing!

  7. From Maine to Texas. My daughter just introduced me to your Mexican Stuffed Shells. I will be making it soon. She fixed it for her husband (empty nesters) and he ate them three nights running. He usually does not do “leftovers”.

  8. Food Stories said:

    Thx for connecting with me on foodbuzz. Just wanted to let you know that I subscribed to your feed and can’t wait to see what your next post will be.

  9. I was on another blog when I saw an ad for food buzz with your stir fried shrimp with spicy orange sauce on it. So I clicked on there and it looked absolutely amazing!!! I love shrimp, I could eat it for every meal and your recipe looks delicious. I am definitely going to make it. I was looking through your other recipes as well and they look wonderful too. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend!

    • maeghan said:

      Thanks so much! My blog will never lack for shrimp recipes! I checked out your blog, I couldn’t resist with it titled “A NY Foodie.” I spent half of my life out on Long Island. Anyways, speaking of shrimp, those shrimp cakes look great!

      • Thanks….I stopped blogging cause my camera broke. I really should get another one and start it up again. The shrimp cakes were delicious and very easy to make.

  10. Christine said:

    I came across your blog through a link in another website and have been hooked ever since! I love your recipes and appreciate all of the information and tips you have so generously provided. I love to cook and especially love to bake. Thanks for your great blog!

  11. your food blog is awesome! i found it through pinterest, thanks for sharing!

  12. Jay Puskenalis said:

    Meaghan: Someone you know very well tipped me off about your blog. After watching you grow, I knew you’d be doing something special in your life. Here’s an idea for you….a mixture of Maine and SC……Lobster and cheese grits, with a side of fiddleheads. Sprinkle pepper sauce (like on collards) on the greens Interesting concept. Best wishes to you and good luck in this endeavor…..Jay Puskenalis

    • maeghan said:

      Hi Jay! Great to hear from you, it’s been so long! I love your ideas. This Summer I do want to have fun mixing the two now that my household is a little more adventurous!

  13. Your blog is one of just three to which I subscribe and I know I visit yours the most…and often. I really enjoy your tips, your creativity, your inspiration and your recipes! I keep finding gems every time I pop onto your blog for ideas when I’m creating my grocery list or thinking of trying new things to prepare for the family. Since I usually require a recipe to even attempt to cook or bake, I’m learning so much from you. I love the fresh ingredients you use. It makes such a difference in the way food tastes and is important to me, especially when I’m feeding my little ones. Thank you for sharing your works with the world and inspiring me to cook more.

  14. hello
    reached here through foodbuzz’s mexican rice. you have great recipes here. As a mother of a 7 month old boy, i sneaked into the baby & toddler sections. U have really great food over there.

    Strawberry leather is really great.

    Thanks a lot.

  15. Love the blog! I stumbled across your muffin recipe on Circle of Mom’s, and that was hours ago! My desk drawer is full of printed out recipes! My husband & I are halfway through Julie/Julia, and I’m very interested now in food blogs. Keep it coming! (from a fellow Mainer: South Berwick)

    • Thank you! I’m glad you like the blog. That was a great book/movie! We’re practically neighbors! I promise I’m going to try and get some more “Mainer” foods on here!

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