Thankful

by elizabeth | November 30th, 2010

As the nights creep earlier and earlier, I find myself cooking more hearty meals. Comfort foods, you might say. Soups, stews, roasted potatoes, pies. I just learned to make caramel sauce (yum!).

Pie - by Kitchen Wench

I’m not the most amazing chef, but who cares? I make good food and often get to share it with friends and loved ones. Even when I’m dining solo, it feels good to take care of myself by making a good meal and lighting a candle to eat it by.

I’m thankful for my grandmothers, who have both taught me a lot about cooking and baking. My mother and father have also taught me a lot, and lately it’s my brother and boyfriend who have brought new skills to my kitchen counter. I am so thankful for the opportunity to share time and food with my family and friends.

I hope you had a happy Thanksgiving!

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elizabeth! is a vocalist, trombonist, and songwriter working in NYC and Los Angeles. Originally from Vermont, she studied neuroscience at Harvard before moving to NYC to play, tour, and record with jazz musicians, indie rockers, pop stars and more. Her new album of original jazzy pop tunes was just released on Canopy Jazz!

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