Thursday, August 23, 2007

Testing, testing, is this thing on?

For the past couple years I have thought about starting a cooking blog but wasn't quite sure what to write about or if anyone would be interested in reading it (other than my mother--hi mom!). I spend a lot of time planning meals, reading cookbooks, cooking, browsing cooking sites and food blogs but haven't come across many that focus on classic cooking. There are some fun retro sites, including those listed in the sidebar, but I am really interested in making things that are classic and good and mostly made with whole foods.

I expect most of the people who look at this will be family and friends, but I also imagine there must be other people like me interested in the same kind of cooking. Since I'm new to this I'm not quite sure how to reach those people. So far, the best way I've found to connect to other people interested in cooking is to join the Foodie Blogroll. The "Leftover Queen" started the Foodie Blogroll as a way of connecting food blogs and bloggers. You can scroll through the sites, found in the sidebar or get more information here. I admit I haven't looked at all the sites listed yet, but I've already found some great ones including Cooking 4 The Week and Confections of a Foodie Bride.

1 comment:

Sunday Cook said...

Thanks for the kind words. I am glad you like my blog and am looking forward to reading more of yours. I have quite a large collection of old-time cookery books myself and frequently look for inspiration from them.