Kitchen Resolutions For 2015


| 12/31/2014 12:17:00 PM


Chef ElizabethI have just finished preparing a four-day feast for my family, and now the farmhouse kitchen is somewhat tidy. I still have tins of shortbread cookies and five types of cakes strategically placed and easy to reach. I wanted to write a few kitchen resolutions for 2015. As someone who spends most of her time in the kitchen, I'd like to share some of my resolutions. My goal for 2015 is to continue sharing my passion and knowledge. I want to give back. My dream of starting a community kitchen and studio was dashed by fraud; however, I will continue to work towards that dream.

From My Farmhouse Kitchen 

You may have your own resolution – please share them with me. I love connecting with people through food.

RESOLUTIONS

Waste less food – buy less, buy what you need and eat it.



If you have excess produce, donate it to the local food bank.



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