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Cooking With Anne

Food is one of life’s simplest pleasures. But enjoying good food seems so hard sometimes, doesn’t it? Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a place where you could chat with a friendly face, enjoy the passion of another, and learn once and for all how to prepare and enjoy good food easier? Wouldn’t you love your own personal guide to the realistic culinary life?

Lucky for you (and for me) there is such a place, right here on the world wide web. That place? Cooking With Anne.

Cooking With Anne – Why You Should Go

Anne is our guide to the livable culinary world at her blog, Cooking With Anne. She is a stay-at-home-mom with a serious need for good, healthy food‚Äîshe’s got 7 mouths to feed and keep happy! That can’t be an easy task, but somehow Anne does it with flair and style. She offers mouth-watering posts that span the exotic to the everyday, including recipes for such treats as Fried Squash Blossoms (who knew?) and Strawberry Milkshake Popsicles.

Anne really loves what she does and it shows. She treats us to photos and tales from her garden as she teaches us how to enjoy foods from all over the world, and also locally-grown fair that’s fresh and green.

We found Anne here at Cooking with Anne, but there are other places to find her, too. She is also a writer for Disney at Short Order Mom, and keeps interested readers up to date with the more personal side of her life at The Rest of Me (incidentally, Anne and her family have gone through some serious trauma in the past year; you’ll find her blog even more impressive and inspiring when you learn more about her and find out just how impressive her cooking and blogging talents are when weighed against the rest of her life!).

Summing Up Cooking With Anne

Enjoying good, fresh food should not be something that only haughty, arrogant Chefs from Hell should enjoy. Great food is something everyone should know, and Anne makes it possible for the regular guy or girl to do that. She teaches as she expands our culinary horizons, and does much of the work for us as she explores and experiments, and then reports back with the best of what she finds.

Go here to check out Cooking With Anne.

Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017


5 Responses to “Good Food Made Simple: Cooking With Anne”

  1. Anne Says:

    Wow. This is a really wonderful post. You’ve made me feel like Queen for a Day! Thanks so much.

  2. Jenn Says:

    Yay! Anne’s is really one of my favorite cooking blogs. I actually have to make sure I don’t visit her site on an empty stomach, because I’m inclined to want to blow my diet. There was this mac and cheese she had going once… Oh boy, was it rich and wonderful-looking.

    Plain ol’ iceberg salad for lunch doesn’t compare to Anne’s place.

  3. Mary Ward Says:

    You’re very welcome! With all you’re doing, you deserve to be queen for a day! And I thought I was unique with 4 kids to chase. You’ve one-upped me 3 times over, but your doing a great job with it!

    Keep up the great blogging. We get hungry often around here…

  4. Shirley Says:

    Yay! You go girl!

  5. Mary Ward Says:

    I hear you Jenn, but with three less kids than Anne I still can’t muster the energy for some of her dishes. This is probably the best empty-stomach food perusing I do.

    I have to say, though, I’m very tempted by the squash blossoms (of all things). Something about the fat and frying makes them look very rich…And I do have blossoms in my backyard garden, but unlike Anne I haven’t taken the time to learn to sex them.

    I’m still thinking on her strawberry popsicle creations. Strawberries and cream are another one of my loves!

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