About this blog: New England Country Cooking with Tinky
I’m Tinky–a writer, cook, and chanteuse living in the wilds (or maybe the tames) of western Massachusetts. A few years ago I wrote The Pudding Hollow Cookbook, a culinary portrait of my hilltown region.
In the pages of this blog I share my food-related perigrinations throughout New England and beyond—plus a few recipes I’m making as the seasons roll around.
I believe in food that speaks of tradition (thus “our grandmothers’ kitchens,” since most good cooks learned their craft at their parents’ and grandparents’ knees), that doesn’t take a lot of work, and that evokes a sense of place.
My oval kitchen table (which came to me from my grandmother) is the place at which I share my life and my food with friends and neighbors. I hope this forum will increase those friends and neighbors as it evolves.
If you’d like to learn more about me, please visit my web site. (I love it when people buy my books!)