Welcome to Food that Builds Community.  Food is a wonderful, therapeutic way of linking people together.  If you love cooking it’s a great way to enjoy others’ company, including strangers. Food and sharing are activities  to treat with respect, which in turn reward us with enriching friendships.  Our community grows and strengthens everyday because of these links.

Although cooking can be creative and sacred, these recipes are NOT!  Join this, our electronic community, and tell us what you think, how you used them, and any delightfully juicy adjustments you make.  Or, just read them for fun — without any coercion to try to make something you’d rather not.  I know that a lot of people love reading cookbooks, and still go back to the recipes they — and their extended families — have used for years.  Fine with me.

My dearest wish for you is:  may your cookbooks be increasingly splotched with food stains!

Judith Robinson

6 Responses to Welcome

  1. nicnocs67 says:

    I’m so looking forward to reading more of your blog posts Judy….you might even inspire me to start cooking again!


  2. Joy Rickwood says:

    So wonderful to see you in blog form!! Hooray! May your aprons be messy and your washing up continuous! All my love, Joy xxxxx


  3. Carolyn says:

    Such an interesting way to keep in touch with those that have touched our lives! Will look forward to seeing what you post next!


  4. Leah says:

    A well used recipe book needs no book marks or dog-eared pages. The splotches let the book open naturally to our favourite recipes.


  5. Judy Kirk Fitzsimmons says:

    Hi Judy, I am a college classmate of yours who just learned of your blog from the college bulletin. It is a delight to read and will inspire me to try some of your recipes. Mostly, I love your writing and spirit. Best.


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