relish.com features foodfix: food bloggers we love

I was pleasantly surprised and proud to be selected by relish.com, to be the subject of a feature article and slideshow that appeared the week before Christmas on the site. I’m officially now one of relish.com’s “Food Bloggers We Love” and my 10 holiday recipes that I posted back before Thanksgiving are featured as a cool slideshow with my photography for each recipe.

Relish is a print magazine supplement in Sunday papers throughout the country that is all about “America’s Love of Food”,  and it’s web presence at relish.com is a wonderful resource for recipes for all occasions, including everyday dinner! I’m happy to be a part of the relish family. I hope you’ll take a moment to click through and check out the feature! This was a great Christmas present to me and I’m hoping it’s a sign of things to come in 2012. Cooking, is after all, about sharing the fruits of your labors, and the more people I can reach with my food, my photos and my passion, the more fun it will be!

Thank you to all my readers and visitors for your support and feedback…I am grateful for the opportunity to enter your life and your kitchen and get you to stir things up! I hope you will all continue to read and share FoodFix and to keep on cooking in the new year! Wishing you all the sweet ingredients of success, happiness and health in 2012!

2 responses to “relish.com features foodfix: food bloggers we love”

  1. Keter says:

    Congratulations, Rachel! May this be a sign of many more great things to come in 2012!

  2. isabella flores says:

    Happy 2012, Rachel!

    Congratulations on the feature in http://www.relish.com and well deserved, too!

    Your http://www.foodfix.com is one of my favorite food blogs that I use a lot. Your warm personality shines through and entices me to try recipes I never thought I could make and ingredients I shied away from. I discovered roasted golden beets, used phyllo dough, made applesauce from scratch and fluffy potato pancakes that didn’t look like run-over-by-a-bus flat and grey hockey pucks!

    I am not the speediest cook in the kitchen because I stop to smell the fresh herbs or watch the magic as ingredients put together transform into something that is so delicious!

    All things food is a passion because of the wonderful childhood memories of a mother who enjoyed preparing meals for the family with fresh ingredients from the garden or carefully chosen from the grocery store.

    My mother and I made weekly trips to the market that were so much fun and those trips included going to Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco where the fishmongers carefully wrapped up the fresh fish in brown paper and tied it with string.

    Afterwards, my mother and I would go to a non-descript “restaurant” on the Wharf to get fresh shrimp cocktail salad along with fresh slices of Sourdough bread.

    And, of course, no trip would actually be complete without a load of fresh Sourdough to take home, so soft and squeezingly fresh!

    It is such memories that are the foundation to my love of food and cooking. I have the feeling that you, too, have such memories and share it with us.

    Thanks, Rachel!

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