Dina Deleasa-Gonsar wants you to join her in her little kitchen of big dreams. You may have seen her appear alongside her family on the E! Networks “Married to Jonas.” As seen during the show food is synonymous with family and life events. She describes growing up with Sunday dinner being treated like a weekly holiday. Family dinner is serious business and perhaps a lost art.
Her formal training comes first and foremost from her mom and grandmother. Along the way picking up techniques from various cooking classes from the Institute of Culinary Education and the Ninety Acres Culinary Center. Her hope is to continue to inspire home cooks to venture out and aspire to create meals that are the centerpieces for family time and traditions.
On her blog she hopes to share with you recipes and restaurants she has tried and personally appreciated. In addition to original recipe adventures!
She can put on some heels and hit up a 5-star restaurant then, chase a food truck!
Anytime I put a recipe along with a picture! Makes people hungry!
How do you pronounce GIF?
GUH "IF" haha!
Why'd you start tweeting?
Originally I started twitter because of being a part of the E! Show, Married to Jonas. They asked us to start connecting with fans!
How has social media improved your life?
It has given me opportunities to research and connect to people that can help me grow my business venture.
How do you or your organization use social media? What makes your use unique?
Dina uses social media to connect with readers and fans from all over the world. She uses twitter, instagram, and facebook to spread the love through food. Making herself accessible to fans by answering questions via twitter and email. No food question is to small and no recipe is refused!