Steve is cute :)
October 7, 2008, 2:04 pm
Great blog! I was wondering if perhaps you have suggestions for cookware. It seems like there are many different opinions as to what is best. These days it is hard to know what is healthy and what is harmful. Stainless steel seems to be the most tried and true, but I am hoping you can give some advise concerning what basics I would need to have a well stocked kitchen. Thanks for your help!
October 7, 2008, 8:17 pm
I love your site! The episodes are funny, the recipes seem great and really simple. I relate to the real life approach to cooking.
October 7, 2008, 8:55 pm
Christina - Great question. I will prepare a blog post about cookware for next week. I love that you are a fan Judy!!!
October 8, 2008, 7:00 am
I am so thrilled to have found your brilliant website and cooking show extraordinaire which rivals and surpasses foodnetwork!! Many years ago when I was a new mom living in Kirkland I stumbled across the beautiful Bastyr Campus and their culinary gem--the cafeteria. My son and I spent many a lunch hour sampling all the delicious food and playing in the wonderful play yard below. Cynthia Lair really saved my life with her book which I quickly bought and is now earmarked with many favorite notes. My son was having severe seizures at the time and I was desperately looking for healthy food to give him. I saw Cynthia give a demo at the University and I was hooked. My son is now 12 and has been seizure free for 2 years!! Thank you Cynthia for creating a cookbook and now website for healing the planet. I wish you and your beautiful family many blessings!! Angela Morgan and her son Bodhi now in California
April 13, 2010, 2:30 pm
Ooh these are fabulous! I brought them to my 1st grader's last class party, and they were devoured (mostly by parents!) Any suggestions for the Valentine's party, which doesn't involve gluten or nuts--maybe even a savory snack? Totally love your family and inspirational and fun recipes!!
February 9, 2011, 10:51 am