Thursday, April 24, 2008

Why We Cook!

I believe that why we cook is as important as how and what we cook...We cook for the richness it brings to our lives and to why we cook is bigger than enjoying good food...Cooking, layered on day after day, builds a happiness for ourselves and the people around us that would not happen any other way...Some of our fondest memories involve cooking...and our families...So the winners of the wooden spoon must post their fondest memories involving cooking with their families...

The Wooden Spoon is awarded to:
Deanna of Nany Goat Primitives
Renee of Birch Berry Farm

Congratulations pass the spoon to two more friends!!!!!

1 comment:

BirchBerry Farms said...

Oh Susie---you are so cute---thank you this is really sweet of you----you know I love all that ethnic food and the traditions that get handed down along with that----hand in hand darlin---hand in hand---Love ya!