Welcome Wagon

Hosted by Kitchen Crew
Group active since Fri, Oct 30, 2009

Welcome to the neighborhood! Come on in and make yourself at home. Say hello and let fellow members know what you've got cookin'.

Ellen Bernardino
21 Hours Ago

Glad to be here!

Happy to have found this site, and I am anxious to try some of the new recipes I've been finding within my inbox. :)


Victoria Russell
24 Hours Ago

I'm back!!

Hi everyone! I'm so sorry that I've been away so long from all my friends on here. But since I've been gone, I've been creating more & more recipes so be prepared to see my recipes more often! Missed you all, have a wonderful day! Xoxo

Lynn Telis1
Thursday at 4:02 PM


Glad I found this site. Love toccook and try new recipes.

Lisa Grieser Gratz
Thursday at 10:41 AM


there was a recipe a while back for jerk chicken sauce. What are brown onions? are scallions the same as green onions? and also, what would 1" thick ginger chopped, convert to dry ginger?


sallye bates
Wednesday at 9:42 PM

In case you missed the original post

sallye bates @grandedame posted in LIVELY DISCUSSIONS SPOKEN HERE
Wednesday, October 12 at 6:19 AM
This Restaurant Employs Grandmas Instead Of Professional Chefs
October 8, 2016

Enoteca Maria started out a decade ago with just Italian grandmas but has branched out to include 30 grandmas from around the world - Argentina, Algeria, Syria, Dominican Republic, Poland, Liberia, and Nigeria to name a few.

But wait, a bunch of grandmas in the same kitchen?

"Each one of these grandmothers feels like they're the boss, because in their particular family unit, they're at the top of that pyramid. So when you put all of these grandmothers that are all at the top in a room together, they all feel like they're in charge and they're all wondering what that other person is doing there," Scaravella told Gothamist. "It can get dicey."

But it works, and to great success.

"I regularly get phone calls from Australia, from England, and from Italy to book reservations. I'm always flattered by that," Scaravella says. "We get a lot of people who come from Manhattan, the ferry is right down the block. That's also very flattering, because there's a restaurant every twenty feet in Manhattan."

Cyndy Lutzke
Wednesday at 3:45 PM


Looking for pumpkin recipes

Luanne Schick
Wednesday at 11:35 AM

Country white 2lb loaf Bread machine

New to your site.
Luanne L Shick