“Only a small percentage of blogs survive their first year and
Today I am proud to say that I survived for 10 years”
Exactly TEN years ago, MAY 10TH. 2005, an enthusiastic grandma hit the button “Publish” for the first time! At the time I did not really know what I was doing. A member from a food forum, told me that i could document all my tested recipes. I am not computer savvy and she told me that she will teach me how. Taught me she did patiently answering all my silly questions. I can't thank her enough for her kind gesture, JANNY RUTT , thank you and thank you. I started this blog as a legacy of hand-me down tested recipes for my family but eventually i realised that i am fulfilling MY desire to teach people but at the same time i am learning more than i teach. To me it is people helping people to rediscover their culture and tradition through food.and i have become committed to keeping these food traditions alive. I cherish special dishes - especially festival/holiday dishes - that have been passed down through generations as a tribute to their heritage and ancestors. The internet and blogging has expanded my circle of influence that i have and others that I can join, it helps people connect. I would like to thank all you fantastic people who decided to join me to carry on this quest and helped me a great deal in shaping this blog. Thank you again.