I hear a lot that some people are afraid to cook fish at home, but fresh fish is actually one of the easiest things you can make. When I moved into my first apartment, I was completely new to cooking and I harbored some of these same fears. I figured salmon would be my best bet since I was pretty familiar with it, plus it completely changes color when it's been cooked. I went on a bit of a googling frenzy and I ended up in the possession of one of the easiest, most delicious salmon recipes I've ever tried (still to this day).
So here I am again! After quite a long hiatus from this blog, my life has begun to regain something resembling order and I can fit these updates back into my schedule again. The boxes have been unpacked (except for the ones that probably never will be) and the new semester has started to kick in. My new kitchen is almost sorted out, complete with a brand new range.
12 years ago, in the dead of night, Jill and Georgeanne concocted a chocolate salad in a paroxysm of culinary creativity. That night, two artists were born.
Now separated by an ocean and several miles of land-Jill lives in Connecticut, Georgeanne in Paris- their culinary habits have been shaped by their respective environments.
Tiny "kitchens" without ovens, grocery stores with limited stock, angry neighbors, lactose intolerance, picky boyfriends and wily cats are just a few of the obstacles that have nurtured their growth as cooks and enhanced culinary creativity.
From delightfully aromatic cheese platters to superbowl party finger food, here Jill and Georgeanne regale tales of excitingly esculent adventures.