New name, same ole blog.

Playing in the Kitchen has now become Rivertree Kitchen. Same blog, same posts, same author (me); just the name has changed.

I’d been meaning to start a blog for over a year, since I started my editing website http://www.rivertreeedit.com. I finally decided that the time for procrastinating was past; I should just dive in and do it! I really love every aspect of blogging, including the name I’d chosen. Unfortunately, I’m not alone: LOTS of people are also quite fond of the name Playing in the Kitchen. I didn’t think to Google the name until I’d posted several times.

So I decided to connect with my freelance editing business; hence Rivertree Kitchen. I’ve always used a tree as a logo, and I’ve always lived near a river. Now we have a gorgeous river running right through our backyard, and we have no shortage of trees.

I will continue to write about food. I will continue to give you recipes and tell you how to make them your own.

Only the name has changed; the blog remains the same.

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About Rivertree kitchen

I am a freelance editor with a specialty in cookbook editing. I've written two small cookbooks (50 Best Sundaes and 50 Best Cookies) and am currently finishing a collection of my own recipes from soup (Sweet Potato-Pear) to nuts (Spicy Almonds). Despite my immersion in recipes, my favorite way to cook is to see what's in the fridge and wing it. I live with my husband, son and dog in rural Wisconsin. Husband (Tom) and son (Luke) are talented cooks themselves; the dogs (Cleo and Libby) not so much. But they're young yet. All the photographs in this blog are my own creations. I'm a neophyte in the world of food photography (as if you couldn't tell), but I still claim blushing ownership of the pix you see here. If you want to reprint them (I can't imagine why), please give credit, if for no other reason than to pass on the blame.
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