The Boston Globe gave Burning My Fingers a mention in today's food section... the article is about food bloggers. Also mentioned were some great food bloggers, such as Chez Pim and Chocolate and Zucchini, both blogs I enjoy from time to time. Let me extend a hospitable southern welcome to visitors. I'm glad for the company.
...The kitchen's a little too quiet these days. I can't make a pot of French onion soup without getting teary-eyed. (Well, okay, not many people can make French onion soup without getting teary-eyed.) But it's not just crying in my soup. Rice with peanuts makes me laugh. I wonder why doing the dishes just isn't as fun as I remember. I've dropped by Serenade Chocolatier twice this week to catch up with a friend. (And eat chocolate.) And lobsters... lobsters. They stir up strong feelings.
Yep. I've got it. Culinary school separation anxiety.
At least I'm not alone out of the kitchen. Some of my classmates have emailed, wondering when we'll get together.
So, while we plan a reunion so we can catch up and reminisce about all the "good 'ol days", you can go back to the beginning of our four months in cooking school through the archives.