Wednesday, August 24, 2005

About Erin's Kitchen

I am a Wisconsin girl at heart that has spent her twenties in New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC. I love to eat and cook, and especially enjoy baking. My favorite foods include sugar snap peas, strawberries, pulled pork sandwiches and the rugelach from Zabars.


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Anonymous said...

Erin, I adore your blog -- cheers for the Smith Alum blog listing.

Melissa Maday '01

Anonymous said...

Dear Erin:

Hope you are doing well. We highly enjoy your very insightful blogs that capture the flavorful cuisines and vibrant spirit of the New York metro area. Your blogs also keep many of us New Yorkers and lucky visitors aware of new food trends and bustling hotspots in the city.

With a shared passion for good food, I am writing to you because there’s another great reason to combine food and culture in a single event. Asia Society- a global non-profit organization based here in New York City- has a program highlighting cooking traditions from parts of Asia and their influence here in the US. I believe that this will be an exciting affair for you since you are foremost in the field of gastronomic delights and culinary events. Epicureans and foodies will also find this to be a delicious occasion to mingle with other gourmands and blend food savvy with a dash of culture. Please see below for the details:

FROM SOY TO SATAY: Asian Sauces Going Mainstream

Asia Society and Museum: 725 Park Avenue @ 70th Street, New York City

Monday, June 2, 2008

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Learn about the growing popularity of the huge array of Asian sauces that tease the palates with new flavor sensations- from the curry-flavored laksa to the nutty aromatic sesame oil to the nouc nam.

Susanna Foo- Executive Chef of Susanna Foo's Philadelphia
Raghavan Iyer, Author of 660 Curries
John Nihoff, Professor, The Culinary Institute of America
Whiting Wu, President, Summit Import Corporation
Moderator: James Oseland, Editor in Chief, Saveur Magazine

See you on Monday, June 2, 2008 in Asia Society: 725 Park Avenue @ 70th Street, New York City

Registration: 6:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Discussion: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Reception: 8:00 - 9:00 p.m.

$15 for students and members; $30 for nonmembers

Please contact me at with any questions. Again, thank you for your consideration of this invitation and we sincerely hope that you will be able to join us.

Preeti Maria Bhuyan
Asia Society
725 Park Avenue New York, New York 10021

Anonymous said...

Hola Erin!
Fantastic blog. It's made me hungry, I'll think I'll go get a snack. I have a food blog. If you have a chance, please visit me there. Good eats!!!

Harriet Ells said...

Hi Erin,

Evan Kleiman is coming to NYC as part of a Good Food taping as well as the James Beard Awards. We're gathering Good Food listeners at The Spotted Pig on Monday, May 4 at 6 pm. Hope you can make it!

Good Food Producer

Melissa Peterman said...


We're thrilled to have you part of our exclusive Food Blog of the Day community! We've created a special badge for you to display proudly on your blog sidebar. I couldn't find your email on your blog to send you the access code for the special badge, unique only to Featured Foodista Blogs of the Day, but I want to make sure you get it if you are interested. Please send me an email and I'll send it right away.


Melissa Peterman
Editor and Community Developer
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Melissa Peterman
Editor and Community Developer
Foodista- The Cooking Encyclopedia everyone can edit!

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We believe your blog more than deserves this honor. We would like to interview (email interview) you so we can better introduce your blog to our visitors. Please confirm your participation before 5th March 2010. is one of the largest mom websites in the US with more than 25,000 articles, 800 city websites and 200,000 plus pages. I suggest you check out our traffic rank as well.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Erin, I am casting a new food show for a major network and we are in search of a host. We want someone who is passionate about food and also who knows the inside track on where to find great food that doesn't break the bank. I stumbled on your site-thought you'd be a great candidate-let me know if you are interested.
Kemper Jackson
Super Delicious Productions

cbransfo said...

Hope you’re doing well. I thought you may be interested in the new products McCormick Gourmet is offering up!

Here is a sneak peak at the latest addition to the family, the Roasted line:

•New Product Alert:

- Enjoy richer aromas and more robust flavors with new McCormick Gourmet Collection Roasted spices

- Available in cumin, cinnamon, ginger and coriander, these roasted versions allow for fuller flavors without the time and guesswork involved when roasting spices on your own

- The recipes, including Roasted Cumin-Crusted Grilled Steak with Tomato Relish and Banana, Cherry and Roasted Cinnamon Pudding allow you to experience layers of flavor that are remarkably different from unroasted varieties

We appreciate your consideration of the McCormick Gourmet Collection Roasted spices for your blog, and if you’re interested in testing out the new varieties, I’d be happy to send you some samples for personal use, or as giveaways to your readers.

Look forward to hearing from you.


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