About

The Cookery

The Cookery

Mary Ann Ebner

Writer/Editor

Graduate of the Bill Ward School of Journalism

Feature Content, LLC

Hudson Valley, New York

The Cookery promotes healthy food for all and hunger awareness and is also engaged in what’s happening with food allergies. I experiment with soups of all types, Middle Eastern food and everything from the garden. Here’s to breaking bread — whole wheat — with a friend.

16 responses to “About

  1. We miss you guys! Hope to see you soon. Best to Greg and the boys! Will be back for recipes…

    Best, J&K

  2. Drop by, guy . . . the blog or our place. The table is always ready!

  3. Welcome to the world of blogging from a fellow graduate of the Bill Ward School of Journalism!

    Lots of tasty nuggets in this blog! 😉

  4. Thanks for dropping by, Roger!

  5. Hello there!
    Just sending a greeting from rainy Spain. I just gave your blog to M&B, my friends in Sweden so now we´ll all be cooking your recepies… Talk to you soon about my trip this June.
    Love to everyone 🙂

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    Our table will be ready for you in June, Cissi! Bring your appetite. M&B – share the good word. What’s cool around the the Swedish table lately?

  7. I heard Austin is great; I may move there. Happy blogging!

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    Austin days steam the BBQ sauce right out of you. If you’ve survived summer desert heat without too much complaining, Austin may meet all your markers. So far, I’m awarding the city my top shelf chiles.

  9. J&K told me about your blog, Mary Ann. What a fun site! Hope all is well.

  10. Thanks, Deb! We’re making our way in Texas. The new test cookery has opened, with a few hits and misses. What’s cooking at your place? The adventure’s always fabulous when you’re at the helm.

  11. Hi Mary Ann-

    Just discovered your site. I am new to Austin as well. Do you know of any groups or dining clubs where those who are new to town can meet friends? I am 42 with kids off to college. Love live music, interesting food, being outside. I live five minutes from downtown. Thanks for your tips.
    Best regards-
    Julie S.

  12. Welcome, Julie. What a prime location. Please check out the Austin Food Bloggers online for all things food and beyond. Are you on FaceBook? You’re going to have your pick of clubs, classes and informal groups in Austin. Also . . . please drop by http://www.dishola.com soonest!

  13. Greetings from Philadelphia. Looking for some eclectic recipes to try out and I stumbled upon your blog. Lately I’ve been trying to cook more interesting things – will definitely try some of these recipes and hopefully they will turn out solid!

  14. Welcome, OneFoot.
    There’s one thing I won’t do and that is post a recipe that I haven’t tested personally. If you’re catching a good vibe from Philly connections, try my spicy egg drop soup, inspired by one of my most trusted food sources in Philadelphia. Happy sampling!

  15. Maggie McConville

    Love the new look! (Even though it’s really hard to browse when hungry!!)

  16. Hey, Maggie! Thanks for that. Hungry? I think I see a bran-raisin muffin in your future.

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