Hello! And welcome to How To Feed a Loon! If you’re new to our blog, you may be wondering, what in the world does “How To Feed a Loon” mean? Glad you asked!

Kris and Wesley of How To Feed a Loon

We (Kris and Wesley) have been happily married for over 25 years. We even got legally married at a huge wedding we won (yes, we actually WON a big ole wedding) in 2014. Read all about that amazing happening right here.

Through the years, I (Kris) have honed my skills as a home cook.  I have studied with some amazing chefs, taken week-long ‘boot camp’ training session at the world renowned Culinary Institute of America, and have read what seems like every cook book and food blog in the world.

Wesley (The Loon) loves to eat my food. Hence, the name of our blog: How to Feed a Loon.

What started as a hobby just a few years ago has blossomed into something beyond our wildest dreams. Wesley has taken on the photography and food styling. And we work with an amazing team on creating informative, and yet funny, entertaining video.

We have a simple premise here at How To Feed a Loon: Let’s do really delicious food, and let’s have a ton of fun doing it.

Kris and Wesley of How To Feed a Loon

We both grew up in families that enjoyed good food. That time-honored tradition of cooking with fresh, quality ingredients and bringing wonderful tasty dishes it to the table with a good bottle of wine, or iced tea, or a cold beer.

But that’s just the start of the joy. We love seeking out other foodies and chefs, incredible delicious destinations, and events that celebrate culinary brilliance. And we share all that, and more, with you! So, thanks for stopping by. Please come back often. And don’t ever hesitate to send us a note to let us know how you feel about a particular recipe or video, or anything that might be on your mind!

We love hearing from our friends and fans! We couldn’t do what we do without you. And why would we want to? Interested in working with us? Click here to learn more!

All the best and Happy Eating!!

Kris & Wesley (The Loon)

Kris and Wesley of How To Feed a Loon



  • Hi. I love your recipes. i already get your recipes. I am autistic and I get anxious and agitated easily and as a young adult had a lot of trouble coping but I took up cooking and baking in my 20s and really took it to a new level in my early 30s I went to school and got a certificate in baking. I really become a much more stable adult through cooking and baking for I found it not only very theraputic but also helped me with my self esteem which was very low, and gave me confidence too. I am very good at cooking and I am not bad at composing my own recipes as well. But that doesnt mean I dont appreciate good ones from someone else too. I actually am planning to make the tamales you posted today as soon as I can shop for the ingredients and find a suitable steamer. I am a fairly stable and well not totally normal but I guess I am lovable and I attribute much of my wellness to my hobby of cooking and baking good foods, and sharing them with others too…thanks for your website it is fun. All the best. Adelle

    • Hi Adelle,

      Thank you so much for reaching out to us. You are such an inspiration! That is truly wonderful to hear that cooking and baking has had such a positive impact on your life. And congrats on the baking certificate! You are, no doubt, a great baker! Which very few people can say. We’d love to see some of your recipes! Good luck with the tamales, they are one of our favorites, and we get such pleasure in making them. They are a labor of love, no doubt, but also so very delicious!! Please stay in touch. All the best to you, too! xoxoxo Kris & Wesley

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