Monday, October 26, 2009

Cook of the Week

All of you that are on facebook already know this, but I have to take every opportunity to spread the news of my fame. After all, it's temporary fame and will be over at the end of the week.
I logged on to this morning to look for a recipe and happened to notice my picture on the homepage. I was chosen as Cook of the Week. Wow, I'm famous, I thought, I must spread the word. So I facebooked it and now I'm blogging it because I would hate for any of you to miss out on my week of fame. But now the pressure is on. You're all expecting me to post more tasty and visually appealing recipes. But not to fear, I just need a day or two to accept the fact that I am now a famous person, and then I'll be back in the kitchen.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot my speech, so....I couldn't have done it without you, my loyal fans, so thank you. I love you all. I also wanted to thank my mom who wouldn't let me give up after I added too much salt to something-I can't remember what- when I was a kid. And my Dad, who made me eat my peas out of the garbage can after throwing them away. Without him I may have never learned to like peas, and probably would have never learned to cook them. I must also thank my husband because on days that I don't want to cook-I know, hard to believe, but it happens occasionally-he doesn't mind eating Hamburger Helper that's 2 years out of date. I hope I didn't miss anyone. Just know that I love you all and it's YOU, my fans, who made this all possible. Now, I've got to get back to allrecipes to make sure my picture is still there. XXOOxOXo!!


Melissa said...

I did your witches fingers tonight for FHE with my kids.
I'm going to blog and say it was your recipe.
Would I be allowed to do a link to your cooking blog?
Let me know.
I'm Kristin's SIL Melissa.

Heidi's Creations said...

Cindy, congratulations! You do an awesome job with your recipes, and your pictures always make everything look very tasty. You are also hilarious I love reading your blog.

Mom said...

I am still your fan, even if your fame was short-lived. I think it was Patton who said, "Glory is fleeting."

Kristin said...

ROFL. Don't worry, when all the papparazzi have forgotten you, I'll still worship you as the cooking goddess! LOL.