One Year Anniversary

Today is the one year anniversary of this blog.  I’m hesitant to point anyone to that first blog post (notice that I did anyway). More than anything, it is a personal accomplishment that I continue to post on here one year later.

For those who actually enjoy reading this blog regularly, you should thank Angela for encouraging me to write this and, in all probability more importantly, setting up the blog so that I wouldn’t have an excuse anymore. And she thought up the name.

According to the statistics, the most popular post to date is Gratin Dauphinois Madame Cartet which is appropriate as it is one of the best recipes on here. If you haven’t made it you should.

That is followed at a distant second by my Homemade Pancetta. It’s also good but requires more specialty ingredients to make.

As this is turning into a year in review, how about the unpopular recipes. The ones that, for whatever reason (probably bad pictures), very few were interested in but are really good anyway. These are a few of the recipes that you should be making right now:

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3 Responses to “One Year Anniversary”


  1. 1 Eric (from Chef-Blogs.com) September 22, 2008 at 6:07 pm

    Congratulations! That’s actually quite an accomplishment! I can’t tell you how many blogs I see people start, then lose interest and let it die after a couple of months.

  2. 2 Mike of Mike's Table October 3, 2008 at 10:25 am

    Congrats on the first year! It is a big accomplishment and I hope you have many more years to come

  3. 3 adele October 23, 2008 at 2:33 pm

    Belated congratulations!

    I’m glad you posted links to the recipes that didn’t get much love – I can’t believe I missed the mock porchetta recipe. (Real porchetta is to die for.)


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