Thursday, December 24, 2009

Happy Holidays Foodwishers!

I want to wish all of you and your families a very happy holiday and fantastic New Year! I can't thank you enough for visiting and contributing to the site this year. Every day you help me keep the dream alive – the dream of a self-supporting, free video recipe blog where cooks of all skill levels can come to watch, listen, learn and enjoy.

As you enjoy your holiday feasts, take a few moments to look around the table and remind yourself what a magical effect great food has on people. Hopefully it will inspire you to reach even greater culinary heights in 2010.

Michele and I will be taking a little break for the Christmas holiday, but I'll be back soon – filming, posting, and hopefully making some of your food wishes come true. Enjoy!!

Peace and Love,
Chef John

Photo (c) Flickr user kevindooley

12 comments:

Wendy B. said...

Merry Christmas, John!

Christopher Fry said...

Merry Christmas Chef John!
And a very happy New Year full of good health and tasty food!

bluechillies said...

Happy Holidays! I had a blast cooking with you this year and hope to do more cooking with you in the next.

Vicki said...

"Buon Natale" or Merry Christmas to you Chef John & family!!! :-)

traverick said...

Merry Christmas Chef! Several of your dishes will be served at my home this holiday season. Cheers.

ghanima said...

Merry Christmas, Chef John! All the best.

Fresh Local and Best said...

Just popping in to wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy holiday!

Healthy and Homemade said...

Your blog is truly amazing. Sometimes I'm up way later than I should be just watching your cooking videos. Happy holidays, I hope you have a great one!

uaredone101796 said...

You're the man chef john! i have tried your prime rid 'method x' for two years. the first time i didn't listen and the meat wasn't thawed out enough for the perfect medium rare prime rib, 'course, how else do you eat it?!' yet, i tried again and i trusted you on thanksgiving and it came out better than perfect.. and the best part is since i did it so well, not only can i do it again for lunch, but i can make a nice young bird for dinner! i can't wait to make gravy for the first time! have a wonderful merry christmas dude! oh, and btw, the perfect medium rare prime rib is on my top two favorite dishes, so try to guess which one it is now!

Anonymous said...

people usually appreciate your food and your work,but i have to say:u are an awesome person,Chef.What u've done is way better than those shows on food network or any great cook book that i've read.I really hope more people will donating for the blog,And I wish you all the best in everything that u'll be doing in the future.happy holidays!

shristy said...

i love this blog....one of the best chef there is.....one coz u dont yell at people for makeing bad food.....two u are funny person who cooks how good can it get????nyway good to have people like you teaching people like me how to cook via internet.......
merry christmas and happy new year...
P.s. i made chocolate fudge but somehow it wasnt hard enough to take it out of plastic...ny idea y?

Pascal said...

Merry Christmas chef John, and thank you for the lessons you have given me; not only the recipes, but much more! Happy holidays.