Tim! Glad to hear you are better. I was wondering if the holiday season had swallowed you whole. I think the Grapefruit Lime Ginger was the first recipe I made from your blog after finding you earlier this year (or was it late last year? I can’t remember). Delicious and I am so glad for the reminder. And there are several others here I should try…Merry cooking.
Hi Tim, Unrelated to this post but I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your baking recipes in particular — they have never failed me. I made the poppyseed cake last week and my partner, who is very picky and not much of a sweet tooth, had this to say: “Now THIS is what you should be baking all the time!” Thanks!
I’m really happy to see you back and sad to hear you were sick. Since I only know you through your blog, I imagined you were traveling and having a wonderful time. Glad you are recovering and back. Happy New Year!
Wait just a minute! You are not mentioning your custard cornbread recipe with the heavy cream poured in the center! OMG! I have made that over and over this year, with rave reviews. Please consider adding it?
!! Thank you for this post, because it is the best reminder— every single one of those recipes looks so good. Oh, and by the way, I got Jerusalem after reading your review of it and the spinach salad. Such a beautiful cookbook.
Sometimes the most affordable is the best; something about the joys of an absolutely delicious, thrifty meal. I will be planning my own little Potato Rosti meal next year, looks wonderful. Any particular pairing you have in mind? Or just a snack?
Tim, glad you are healthy now(hopefully) Thank you all your work this year, so glad I found your site in 2012. Also thank you for the chicken recipe. I made it last week for friends and gave the other chicken to my friends that just had a baby. Everyone thinks I’m a genius. The plum cake takes the cake for me( I do recommend doubling the butter, if possible.)