• Home
  • Services/Classes
  • Food Writing
  • Cookbooks
  • Travel
  • Sources/Links
  • Contact

Blog Post Schedule

September 25, 2011 | Informational

Cookbooks – I just love them. Surely I’ve posted this picture of my collection before – about 500 of them before I weeded out some old ones recently to make room for new additions. I’ve long dreamed about doing a cookbook, and now I am fortunate to be working on one to be released next year. It’s fun. It’s exciting. It’s also a huge amount of work, requiring me to test, edit and photograph about 20 recipes each month. With that schedule, it’s become tougher for me to create my own recipes to blog about, so I’ll be reducing my posting schedule from my prior Monday-Wednesday-Friday schedule to a Monday-Thursday schedule. I’ll try to still provide you with delicious recipes, interesting news, and great tips – just one less day a week. I hope you’ll bear with me through this very busy time – the book at the end will be worth it I promise!

Comments

One Response | TrackBack URL | Comments Feed

  1. Yeah! My first emailed post from you! I’ll never miss out again. Your schedule change seems a small price for we devoted readers to pay for the end result of your cookbook! Having some insight on that I know it will be exciting and grand. Can’t wait!

    Reply

Leave a Reply



Restaurant Reviews

  • capital grille denver
  • ma peche new york sweetbreads
  • potager-denver
  • mccormick and schmicks lobster salad
  • opus denver asparagus salad
  • acorn denver saffron risotto with tomatoes basil-1
  • cooking matters new logo

My Cookbooks

TASTING_COLORADO_FRONTCOVER Taste_of_Washington_FRONTCOVER

Search by Ingredient

almonds apples arugula Asian asparagus avocado bacon balsamic basil beans beef beets bison braising broccoli brunch butter cabbage cake carrots celery cheese chicken chiles chili chocolate cilantro coconut cookbook cookies corn cranberries CSA cucumber curry dips eggplant eggs fennel feta cheese gardens garlic giveaway goat cheese grains grilling herbs ice cream Italian kale lamb leeks leftovers lemon lime Mexican mint muffins mushrooms nuts oats olive oil onions orange pancetta parsley peppers pesto pickles pine nuts pizza plums pork potatoes quinoa rice ricotta roasting salmon sausage shrimp soy spaghetti spinach squash stews strawberries sushi sweet potatoes swiss chard tarragon Thanksgiving tomatoes tortillas tuna turkey vegetarian vinegar yogurt zucchini

About Michele



Chef Profile - CO Homes & Lifestyles

CHL with books 7-2014
Get the Cooking with Michele ® Newsletter
Email:

Help End Hunger




Other Stuff

Follow Michele Morris / Cooking with Michele's board Party Food - Great Appetizers on Pinterest.


my foodgawker gallery




Sommelier Courses and Wine Classes from the International Wine Guild Wine School

The International Wine Guild Wine School



MyFreeCopyright.com Registered & Protected



Archives