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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11.29.2009

It's new! It's tasty! Go look!

I know what you're thinking. You're thinking, "Boy, the world could really use another website. There's just not enough out there right now, and I'm feeling unfulfilled."

Okay, so maybe you're not thinking that. And maybe the world doesn't really need another website.

But this isn't just any new website. This is a sensory explosion of beauty, passion and color wrapped up in an efficient 5-7-5 line structure. Lush photos. Tasty haiku. And a new post every week. What's not to like?

Haiku Lunchbox

It's Haiku Lunchbox, and you should go over there right now and add it to your RSS or Google Reader or bookmarks or whathave you so you don't miss out on the tastiness to come.

Guaranteed delight or your money back.

Meanwhile, this site will be featuring some tasty recipe stuff this week, including a high-stakes barbecue sauce throwdown. Excitement... stay tuned!

Cheers,
Miss Ginsu

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7.26.2009

FoodLink Roundup: 07.28.08

Cupcake's Link Roundup
Last week, Cupcake took a break in the Central Park Sheep's Meadow. (Fine spotting to the Beast and Hazard both.) Where in the world is Cupcake this week? Post your guess in the comments.

Apizza Scholls: Top Five Pizzeria in America
Slice puts its hands on one of America's best pies. You can bet I'll be stopping by the next time I'm in Portland.

Reviving the Ramapo
"The market is ripe for the return of the Ramapo because there is a sizable group out there that wants their tomato to taste good." It's like finding something useful up in the attic.

Slideluck Potshow
A surprise hit in cities around the world, simply local folks sitting around watching slides and eating potluck food.

A Locally Grown Diet With Fuss but No Muss
And now, friends, we return to an era of surfs raising premium crops for the lords...

I Hate Cilantro Haikus
Wow... I had no idea this was a haiku genre.

NutritionData.com
Some good visualizations of individual ingredients in the Nutrition Search widget.

Italy's creative microbrew movement gets noticed
"Outside of the U.S., Italy probably has the most exciting brewing scene in the world," says Garrett Oliver. And yes, he's talking about beer, not wine. That's just crazy.

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7.28.2008

Hello, Summer! Goodbye, Summer!

Fresh Currants
black currants

Bing Cherries
sweet bing cherries

Sour Cherries
tart cherries

Haiku for a Fleeting Moment

A flash of color!
berries strut in the market's
sweet summer moment.

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7.26.2005