Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Welcome to Sprucies in the Kitchen, where we all can wander when hungry. Go ahead, open the fridge. Hop onto the counter for a chat. Climb into a cupboard when o'erwhelmed. Peer into the cupboards when curious. Lay on the table when tired. This is your home, and you are welcome here.
spruciesinthekitchen.blogspot.com

This is a blog for recipe sharing within the community. I am still working on it, so please bear with me as I figure out the best way for us to post recipes in specific sections, so that when we want a vegan recipe we do not have to sift through hoards of recipes including meat and cheese, and vice versa, and so on and so forth. I really hope that we will be able to share our recipes and then add comments as we try them out (eg. "Yum, this is so good!" or "Ummm...why did the spinach taste like styrofoam-coated wicker?") to aid and be aided in our culinary adventures.

Father Justin and Phil have both given me some insightful advice on how to go about this. However, most of what both have said is completely Greek to me (incidentally, I love Greek food more than any other type, so please post Greek recipes.....SIMEON TAKE NOTE...). At some point, I'll convince Phil to do it for me (oh, I'm a helpless damsel in distress!).

I will try to invite you ASAP. Please let me know your email addresses so I can invite you (Dave...send me addresses!)

But for now, please peruse the pantry....

4 comments:

elizabeth said...

thanks for your work biss... i think we all are looking forward to this new blog; good work!!!!

MatJenny said...

mmmmmmmmmmmm Greek food
drool drool drool
ever tried Saganaki (yes I know it sounds Japanese)? -- cheese soaked in lemon juice (and something else)and then flambeed in Brandy at the table, eaten with little pieces of bread -- oh help me Rhonda.

elizabeth said...

something seems wrong with this entry biss; or something; i am not sure why but if i click on the coloured font for the link, twice the URL swicthed to some strange Bible thing (i.e. not the blog) and i will get a pop up message about a virus. i 'x' out of the pop up message and the website.... but i am wondering if something got infected there? if i go to the URL in this link, it is fine...

Fr. Justin (Edward) said...

Fixed the link. It was some strange cyber-squatters taking advantage of Biss' (and presumably others') mis-typing of "blogspot" - apparently "blogpot" is a common enough typo that it's worth making other people's lives miserable with popups and other intrusive garbage. Anyhow, the link should work now!