The presentation of a meal, as well as having the proper cookware, can create an enriching experience in the kitchen.
Grand Island, NE (PRWEB) February 25, 2009
Here's a basic fact of life: people need to eat to live. And people like to eat, especially the occasional sweet treat. Unlike many food blogs, http://www.NowYoureCooking.net is more than just a recipe or three; it's a reflection of the many aspects of people who love the art of cooking and baking.
A longtime fan of the kitchen, website founder, Diane Mettenbrink started Now You're Cooking recently with the high hopes of sharing her love of creating delicious meals and pastries with other readers and bloggers.
"Homemade foods and meals made from scratch are a rarity these days," began Mettenbrink. "That's how I was taught to cook. It's not just recipes that I'm sharing with people; it's the ability and secrets to making superior meals."
Mettenbrink has translated her cache of recipes into easy-to-prepare meals and she even has several baking recipes for classics like cake and pie. Even with a respectable selection of various recipes for a wide range of skill-level, she insists that even the most novice cook can find something that will suit them.
"I have several quick and easy recipes, as well as home cooked ones. This is the kind of site for people who like to eat, which is about 99.9 percent of the population," said Mettenbrink.
In addition to having recipes, NowYoureCooking.net offers several necessities for serving and cooking food such as dinnerware and pans. "It's important to have all these items that compliment each other on the site," Mettenbrink said. "The presentation of a meal, as well as having the proper cookware, can create an enriching experience in the kitchen."
Another huge project on the site is a series of pages that features the foods and products of each state in the union. With 14 states on the site, Mettenbrink is already off to a great start.
Though NowYoureCooking.net is essentially a blog itself, Mettenbrink has added an additional blog (http://www.NowYoureCookingInfo.com) that is a natural expansion to the website itself.
While many people have taken up to microwaveable junk foods to fulfill their cravings, thanks to Diane Mettenbrink's NowYoureCooking.net, people can have something a little bit better for them that will have the taste of a gourmet meal.
About the Company:
NowYoureCooking.net is owned and operated by Diane Mettenbrink.