Well old friend, you've sat here collecting cyber dust for far too long. Time to rise from the ashes and rejoin the world of the living. It's time I breath new life into you, help you become the food blog you've always wanted to be. It's time for a re-launch.
In this new incarnation you will be an outlet for recipes my girlfriend and I develop at home using the produce from our CSA. You will be a source of inspiration to everyone who stares befuddled at their kholrabi and cardoons. A sanctuary for those brought to wits end by receiving yet more kale and heirloom carrots in their CSA's. A home to cooks for whom the words local and organic are indispensable.
You will be great. You will be heralded as a testament to what great food blogging can be. People will shout your name from the roof tops, they will carry you through the streets. You will be a hero.
But enough about you, let's talk about me. When last we spoke, I was earning my chops at a prominent gastropub in Philadelphia. Here I got my first introduction to seasonal cooking, and a style that highlights and prioritizes local, organic produce over the size and the amount of toppings on the burger. I've since worked my way into the fine-dining world, landing jobs at restaurants that specialize in farm-to-table fare. And now I work at one of the best.
With my expertise in the kitchen, and my girlfriend's behind the lens, you, dear blog, are sure to become the stuff of legend.