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Indulge me in a little bit of self-promotion, if you will, for this edition of Weekend Cooking.
If you're a regular around here at Weekend Cooking, chances are you're reading a foodie cooking blog or two. Well, there's a fairly new one that launched in October 2009 that I'd like to tell you about.
It's called (Never) Too Many Cooks, and this week I was invited to become one of the eight cooks in their kitchen! I'm thrilled about this for a lot of reasons, but especially since I already "know" several of the other cooks from sampling their great blogs. It is very much like hangin' with some good friends over a great meal and a bottle of wine (or not).
I'll be cooking up ... uh, something ... every other Tuesday, starting on the 23rd. (Actually, I think I know what recipe I'm sharing for my debut. It's a kid-friendly recipe that I created this week and that someone else probably perfected along the way, but I've given it the catchy name of Chick, Chick, Cous. (Get it? Like duck, duck, goose?) Hey, whatever gets my kids to eat something more than Stouffer's Macaroni and Cheese, y'know? Mom's gotta do what a mom's gotta do.
I hope you'll stop over and check out what we're cooking up. (We also welcome guest posts, too.) Because, just as there's such a thing as (Never) Too Many Cooks, there's also such a thing as never having enough food blogs to read either.
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