Why I share my cooking experience …

As the daughter of an Italian father and a Filipino mother food was never a problem to come by in my household. Whether it was a simple dish of Chicken Adobo over white jasmin rice, or a three course Italian feast my stomach was always full and company around the table held laughs and long conversation. Family meals were and still are one of the binding ties which keep us together both here in the states and overseas back in Italy. The food that comes out of our kitchens creates feelings and stirs up memories. My father most especially has influenced my cooking interest and skills. I believe it’s his blood and culinary instinct which has given me the ability to cook classic family dishes, to know how many pinches of this and that will change a taste, and how with only having three ingredients you can still make something interesting and delicious. I like to try new things, I like to change things up and most of all I like to share my food with the people I love most. Sharing life with my then boyfriend, turned fiancé, now husband I’ve had the chance to do all three things, so from our kitchen to yours may you try and enjoy our favorite recipes.

~ A.M.A. ~

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  1. Jen · October 6, 2011

    Great Job Anna the site looks great good idea ….

  2. Joanne · October 6, 2011

    Defintely going to make these…sounds delicious and healthly too! Thanks for sharing and looking forward to

  3. gina · October 6, 2011

    Cheers to your new blog! We are so proud of your cooking. Everything looks so yummy! Looking forward to more reciepes.

  4. Jill · October 10, 2011

    Wow! I can’t wait to try these here!!

  5. Joanne · October 12, 2011

    Looks great definitely, will try!

  6. jenaya · October 19, 2011

    Love the cheesy meatloaf idea. I will have to try using turkey. thanks for the wonderful idea. Great way to get Nolan to eat veggies! Love it!!

    • Cookery For Two · October 19, 2011

      Yes Yes! I’ve done turkey meat for the meatloaf – in fact I think it tastes much better and comes out a bit more moist. It’s hard to get kids to eat their veggies I’ve heard so anyway to incorporate them into main dishes is awesome – so glad you like what you see. Happy Cooking : )

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