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My father has worked with food from Baja California to Alaska since the late 1960's.  I've worked in restaurants for 23 years, but still have difficulty remembering recipes and so frequently call my dad to go over his recipes.

I created duckspoon.com to give my dad a little peace from my pestering, but also to share our family recipes with folks who want to learn how to cook good food from scratch.

Duckspoon.com hopes to facilitate health, well-being and a sense of community through the sharing of knowledge of food that is prepared with integrity and love.

 

Many thanks to those who have helped shape our vision and make it possible...

Firstly and most importantly I would like to thank my father, Dan Miller, for his counsel, his food and for the opportunity of passing his traditions on to the next generations.

I would also like to thank:

Erin Kistner for her digital eloquence and vision
Kistner Group {print/web design}
erin@kistnergroup.com
www.kistnergroup.com

Joseph Wallace for his development work on the site

Shane McKown for his film work
Less Traveled Productions

Adam Gullion for his support and work in the kitchen

Kyle Stinchfield for his counsel
Dunn Carney Allen Higgins &Tongue LLP
kjs@dunn-carney.com

Michael Cottam for his advice
Michael@thebigday.com
www.thebigday.com

John Moody for his film work
www.Moodyfilm.com

John O'Neil for his counsel
Metropolitan Land Group, LLC
JohnO@MetLandGroup.com

Susanna Fera for her voice talent
www.ohsusanna.tv

John Bradway for his programming advice

Alyson Clingsong Clennon for her help with copywriting
www.writeralyson.com

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