I’ve talked about Camilo but you may not know him, if you do then you probably like him.
Camilo, or Cam for short, was adopted into our family during high school, figurative adopted. He spent so much time with us that we just called him one of our kids.
Camilo perfected the art of the blistered almond and works on new flavors for us. He has taken some cooking classes and we are anxious to taste his cooking.
Cam did help develop the tiramisu blistered almonds. Last night he was over for dinner and our visitor from Belgium made the real tiramisu. Cam was hooked on the real thing. Now we will see what he does with the almonds.
Cam is married to Veronica and they share the parenting of their two boys.
A funny side note: last night we were planning the food for an upcoming backpack trip. Cam said he planned to just make sandwiches for all meals for him and his boys. When I told Cam what I was planning to make him quickly decided to join in some of our meals. I told him he’d need to carry his own chicken that we’d make for the 1st night and he was so surprised that he would need to carry food. We then had a great time teasing him about hiking to McDonalds in the high sierras.