Miss Ginsu: About/Bio


So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish!

A toast to you...

I'm hanging up the oven mitt, folks!

After five and a half years of food blogging, at least four site redesigns, a few culinary mishaps and many tasty adventures, I've decided to stop posting here at MissGinsu.com (though I'll leave the site online for continued reference).

Special thanks to everyone who stopped by offering comments, insights and links. I appreciate the whole grand assortment of moments that people like you have devoted to this endeavor over the years.

My intention is to free up some time and energy to use in developing new projects. In the meantime, you'll find me over at Haiku Lunchbox

Again, I offer heartfelt appreciation for your time and attention. I will miss Miss Ginsu (and will probably continue to compulsively photograph all my food), but I'm looking forward to what comes next.

Happy eating!
Miss Ginsu

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yours was the first food blog I started reading. Thanks for starting my interest in the world of food!


Anonymous a cold, cruel beast said...

For me: phooey. For you: good luck!

Blogger Eric Hazard said...

The site and your postings will be missed. Thanks for all the wonderful food insight and input. Best of luck in your future food endeavors.

And with the retirement of Miss Ginsu, I officially win the title of most correct Links Round Up guesses.

Anonymous Hänni said...

Your blog is one of the most attractive, well written food blogs I have come across. I will miss seeing your posts pop up in my reader. Good luck with your new culinary adventures.

Blogger Adriana Velez said...

Awww, sad for us. But good luck with your next project!

Blogger Linda said...

There will be a void in my inbox. Thanks for the memories, just the same. Linda L.

Blogger Holly said...

Leaves fall in autumn
Miss Ginsu tells us adieu
food gone with the wind.

Blogger Yvo Sin said...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have very much enjoyed your blog over the years. I am glad that you are leaving the blog up in the blogosphere, as there are several items I have not yet had opportunity to try to cook!

Perhaps one day you will reconsider?


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