EnjoyYourCooking

My Homemade Food Recipes & Tips

Contact Me

Published onDecember 29th, 2008 by

For various reasons you may want to contact me, please leave comment on this page.


48 Responses to “Contact Me”

  1. Lisa says:

    Hello Julia,

    I am a traveler and lover of everything different – history, culture and foods of course 🙂 and that is
    why I started my blog about ethnic foods from around the world.

    I would love to have your Eastern European recipes featured at my blog, so please feel free to submit them at:

    http://icookdifferent.com

    See you there 🙂

    Sincerely,

    Lisa

    Sincerely,

  2. Misha Andriluka says:

    Hey,

    thank you very much for a great collection of recipes.

    The pictures showing each stage of cooking are amazingly helpful. This way I know I am on the right track while cooking 🙂

    Misha

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  4. Sophie says:

    Love your recipes!!! Keep it up!!! ;)))

  5. Gene says:

    Hi Julia,

    I found EYC while I was searching for a recipe for schav. Your recipe for sorrel soup looks very interesting. When I made it before, I used chicken stock and cream. Your recipe, with pork stock and parsnip and egg, sounds delicious. I’ll be trying it in a few days. I’m lucky – my neighbor grows sorrel in his garden here in San Francisco, so I can get enough sorrel to make soup!

    Thanks, and please say Hi to Stalone and Shiva.

    – Gene

    • You are pretty lucky have have such neighbor! I got my sorrel from Whole Foods other day, and I don’t want to talk about how much it cost me :((((

      Hi back from Stalone and Shiva 🙂

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