Compounding in the Kitchen

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012
No matter if you celebrate or actively ignore the turn of a year, New Year's is a special cooking opportunity.
Wednesday, December 21st, 2011
After a long day at work and a cold commute home, nothing beats a simple, warm meal.
Wednesday, December 7th, 2011
With the holidays approaching, what better time to use those compounding skills to mix up a batch of delicious cookies?
Friday, December 2nd, 2011
It's always difficult when a loved one passes away. Recipes can serve as a reminder of the relationship that was shared and help the memory live on.
Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
The same skills that pharmacists use to measure, grind, and pour chemicals for the benefit of patients can be used to dazzle in the kitchen.
About
Jill Drury, Pharmacist and Cook
Blog Info
In this blog, Jill Drury, a clinical pharmacy specialist based in Chicago, Illinois, will talk about her passions—pharmacy and cooking, and how she has managed to blend the two. She will provide insights on compounding, along with recipes for healthy dishes, and will relate stories from her experiences.
Author Bio
By day, Jill Drury works as a clinical pharmacy specialist in Chicago during the week and as a clinical staff pharmacist at a retail pharmacy on the weekends. By night, she is a cook, mixing up recipes and sharing the results with her coworkers. Whether she's in the laboratory or the kitchen, Drury spends the bulk of her time measuring, grinding, and pouring to create a better finished product.

Drury earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from Midwestern University College of Pharmacy in 2007. She has done numerous presentations and consults for several pharmaceutical companies. She has won top honors at the Wisconsin State Fair for her jam, and has a Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jack-Jills-Laboratory/117372888279326?ref=ts) dedicated to baking.

Drury has found that the skills she utilizes behind the pharmacy counter can be applied to the stove top, and that both require a generous helping of patience and precision. Stay tuned to learn more!

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