Food Blogging Without Boundaries

On the 1st anniversary of I wrote “ I would love for all of my blogging friends to meet and go on a big cooking spree together, but alas that’s not going to happen with the distances involved.” Conor from then responded “Your cook-up idea appeals.” And now, less than three months later, he is here with ‘the wife’ visiting for a weekend of cooking, eating, and a great time. I welcomed them with a dinner that included ravioli with a filling inspired by ChgoJohn’s recipe and PutneyFarm’s brownies for dessert. To include more of our blogging friends in this, we are making Richard McGary’s Butter-Poached Lobster Tails tonight.

I couldn’t have thought of a better topic for my 300th post. Stay tuned for posts on both of our blogs about the stuff we cooked and ate together…


21 thoughts on “Food Blogging Without Boundaries

  1. So nice that you guys could meet and what fun! It’s, also, a coincidence. Yesterday Cecilia ( visited Chicago and we spent the day hitting my favorite markets.
    If I couldn’t join you, I’m honored that you’d be inspired by my family’s ravioli recipe. Thank you for that and the shout out, Stefan.


    1. That is certainly a coincidence! There is of course a post coming up about the ravioli. We all liked it, and I was surprised at how different it was from other ravioli I have tasted.


  2. How fun to have a guest and to include other bloggers by way of their recipes! I still have a fantasy about a giant blogging party somewhere in the middle of the country! 🙂 Congratulations on the 300th post! That’s a lot of cooking!


    1. Thanks for stopping by! There will definitely be some great shots, as Conor did most of the photographing and he’s much better at that than I am. (He also has a better camera.) I’m looking forward to using some of his beautiful photos in my posts about our weekend of cooking 🙂


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