We’ve been a little quiet here due to the holidays (Chanukah followed shortly after Thanksgiving this year) and then a rather unpleasant bought of the flu, but we simply can’t ignore this very important day!
Get Cooking’s 2nd birthday!
We’ve learned so much in the last two years, and hopefully you have too. We’ve explored the complicated and delicious world of pickling. I’ve delved deeply into my family’s Syrian culinary heritage. I’ve learned to love some foods that I wasn’t originally a fan of. And we’ve had our share of kitchen mishaps too, but luckily more successes than failures. We’ve even dipped our toes into the world of community-supported agriculture and community gardening.
We’ve had a lot of adventures but we’re not done yet. Thanks for joining us on our cooking journey this far!
About this author: I'm a New Yorker who would rather cook than go out to restaurants. Sometimes I think I may be in the wrong city for that. Then I remember the exotic ingredients I'd be hard-pressed to find if I lived somewhere else. My cooking style is an eclectic range of everyday-American, Italian, middle-eastern, with extensive forays into Japanese cuisine, and some pit-stops into Indian and African cuisines. I love to try my hand at recreating dishes I taste. While I enjoy most anything with a flavor, from high cuisine to instant junk food, I have a soft spot in my belly for home-style cooking no matter the geographic or ethnic origin. Read more from this author...