I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays and has a wonderful 2010.
In 2010, I’m looking to do things a little differently on My Madison Bistro. As you may have noticed, 2009 was rather heavy on the dessert posts, and it’s time to get back to what this blog was supposed to be all about. For Christmas this year, I received The Country Cooking of France by Anne Willan. I couldn’t be more excited to start cooking from this book, and I plan to document my efforts on the blog. I suppose it needs to be pointed out that French country cooking is not necessarily simple food. Many of the recipes are time consuming, so we’re looking at possibly cooking from this book every week or two at the most.
That’s not to say my only posts will be from that book, however. Whenever something interesting comes up, of course it will end up here…but I don’t want to go back to feeling the need to post every other day, because frankly, I got a little burned out this summer; I started making tacos once a week and even drank protein shakes for two meals a day to avoid cooking. So, the posts may not be as frequent as they once were, but I’m hoping to make these posts really count.
And now, it’s time to decide what to cook first…