Welcome to my new blog!

Hello Everyone,

I’m so pleased that my new blog site is up and running! I’ll be posting here from now on, and I think you’ll love the easy way you can navigate through my pages.  You’ll be able to search this site quickly. For example, if you’d like to see what I’ve written about Paris (whether if’s a bistro review, a new culinary discovery, or a funny experience I had there), just type in “Paris” in the search box.

Since late 2010 I’ve blogged on Blogspot and at the same time put out a monthly newsletter. I was a novice when I started out two years ago and didn’t realize that having two places where I talked about my culinary adventures online might be confusing for readers!  Well, I’m thrilled to tell you that I have combined this blog with my website so from now on I will be posting right here exclusively at www.bettyrosbottom.com.

You’ll be able to find all the articles I’ve written for my newsletter with a click or two– The former Market to Table columns, The Recipe Pantry, Out and About posts, and In My Basket are all conveniently archived.

I’m looking forward to hearing your comments on my posts!  Warmly, Betty


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4 thoughts on “Welcome to my new blog!

  1. Hi Betty-
    Years ago you published in the Columbus Dispatch a cake for gift giving that you called “Fast as Lightening Cake” for gifts. I made it for years but have misplaced the recipe. Any chance you remember? It was a white cake and had fresh lemon zest. Small size—maybe 8″ or 9″ round! Thank you. Columbus sure misses your columns as well as your classes!
    Marjorie Yoder

    • Hope you got the copy of the recipe that I scanned today! I sure miss Columbus, but I’m lucky to get to come back and teach so keep an eye on my Classes page (I often update my schedule with new options!). Please let me know if you have any other questions.

  2. Hi Betty – I have been such a fan of yours for many years. I still miss taking your classes here in Columbus, however I just attended the Culinary Capers event in November & thoroughly enjoyed it and watching you cook!
    I am hosting a family dinner on Christmas Eve for 12 and need a menu/recipes for something I can cook ahead & re-heat as we go to church before dinner and then come back for dinner & gift opening. I am thinking a casserole or hearty soup to serve with a nice festive salad & bread to keep it on the light side as we will have appetizers while opening gifts. Do you have any suggestions? I have made Cioppino and Pasta Bolognese in recent years. Also do you have any easy dessert that would be a nice ending for the evening? Thanks!

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