Saturday, April 11, 2009

Happy Easter -- and yes, I still do cook

I just downloaded some photos from a recent trip and, to my surprise, found some photos of food in the camera!

Just for your information -- I do still cook. I'm just not blogging about it and, if truth be told, I've been in something of a slump as far as creativity and trying new recipes go.

But this is the (school) year where I have really learned to appreciate everything I've already mastered about cooking in France: throwing together quiches, soups, salads, and all sorts of other simple fare without ever really looking at a recipe.

Anyway, I'm not sure where, if anywhere, this blog is going but I did want to "chime" in and wish a Happy Easter to those of you who celebrate it.

10 comments:

katiez said...

And Happy Easter to you, too.
(and I do read your other 2 blogs, my commenting has been abysmal, lately tho... time is so short these days - as you know ;-)))

croquecamille said...

No-recipe coooking is the best! For our Easter brunch, my husband and I made borracho beans and chicken enchiladas, and the only thing we used a recipe for was the tortilla dough! :)

Happy Easter to you!

Loulou said...

Glad to see you posting here again!

My Inner French Girl said...

Belated Happy Easter to you, too! I'm still living at my brother's house. It's been about a month, and while I love hanging out with them, I'm looking forward to having a kitchen of my own (in 2 weeks!) again. I miss cooking!

Salut,
Marjorie

Keith said...

That looks delicious. This is my first time visiting your blog. I really like it. Have a great weekend.

Eléonora said...

Et sorry de mon billet copier-coller avant un grand départ. Il y a des préparatifs et je suis trop prise par le temps. Je n’allais pas partir en vacances sans vous faire un petit coucou quand même. Je sais que pour la plupart vous n’aimez pas ( bisous, bisous, bisous ). Alors un grand merci pour tout ce que vous m’apportez, merci de votre fidélité et merci de vous connaître. Je vous souhaite de bonnes vacances et je vous dis à bientôt avec plaisir.

Betty C. said...

Nice to get a comment from you, Eleonora. I've pretty much dropped food blogging for now, but am reflecting on how to get back to it, perhaps through my other blog, La France Profonde.

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mara said...

I enjoy your posts! I'm brushing up on my French cooking, studying French too on Babbel.com (http://www.babbel.com).
They have a lot of food vocabulary there. It's cool to learn the cooking and language in tandem.

berlin catering fingerfood said...

Would have been interesting to see the chicken cripy and cooked. But I can imagine... It must have been very nice. It is far too long ago for me that I cooked a whole chicken. Maybe this sunday will be the day...