About

Thanks for stopping by!

My name is Anne and I’m a homemaker.  I wasn’t always a homemaker.  In fact, I used to work full-time in the marketing operations field.  It took me 12 years to realize that I hated the rat race, so I quit.  I started to cook, bake, and give myself projects in the kitchen during my time-off.  My husband Chris (who has been my biggest supporter), M and E encouraged me to start a blog as a way to document and index my work in the kitchen.

Why Uni Homemaker?
My nephew and nieces call me Aunty Uni and they’re the only ones that can.  The name derived over 20 years ago when E’s co-worker (at a Japanese restaurant) accidentally called me Uni.  For some reason, when it’s Ann spelled with an “e” —a lot of people think it’s Annie.  Uni was a name I allowed my nephew to call me when he started to speak.  My sister Kimi thought it would be easier for him.

 

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229 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for the like Anne. I really like the feel of your site. The photos are stunning and I look forward to exploring the recipes. Love the “Aunt Uni” story, but I promise you’ll always be Anne to me! Cheers.

  2. Congratulations on quitting the rat race. I did as well and love blogging and all my other interests. I love your photos and recipes. They look delicious!

  3. Thanks for the like! I just started blogging so it’s nice to know people might actually read mine. Very exciting to see all the great stuff on yours and all the activity!

  4. Thank-you for stopping by my first ever blog lol. You have some pretty interesting recipes here. If you have any suggestions for me and my blog, would like to hear them. And thank you again.

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