4 Responses to Happy Holidays from OMG! Yummy

  1. Gretchen December 24, 2014 at 2:42 pm #

    Beth,

    Happy Hannukah to you and your family. Thanks for all the wonderful, tempting and mouthwatering recipes! You have expanded my repertoire and my enjoyment. This week, I have organized 10 years of recipe clippings (yes! paper!) and in the “stacks” I found numerous wonderful items from you! Bruce is helping me to get the many folders into tip top shape.

    Speaking of Tip Top….I have a fresh bottle of Pernod and see chicken with mandarins in our future.

    Here’s to a 2015 filled with many more cooking adventures.

    Gretchen

    • Beth Lee December 25, 2014 at 4:01 pm #

      Ah yes – the recipe clippings – I have those too! Now I try my best to always put what I want to save into Evernote but I have many wonderful recipes in paper going so far back!

      You inspire me too Gretchen. I look forward to cooking with you in 2015 and by the way – the chicken w Jerusalem artichokes and saffron and tarragon is possibly as good as the clementine one. OMG!

      Hope you had a wonderful Hannukah and are looking forward to a fabulous 2015.

  2. Sarene (FringeFood) December 24, 2014 at 3:48 pm #

    Thank you, my dear friend, for each delightful bit of Tasting Jerusalem you shared with our global cooking community in 2014. Looking forward to many more flavor adventures in 2015!

    • Beth Lee December 25, 2014 at 4:04 pm #

      Me too! I just found a great Instagram post to kick off the new year for TJ – using our very first ingredient – sumac! and in such a unique way! Here’s to many more culinary discoveries in 2015 my very dear friend and TJ partner.

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