One year of Multiculti Cooking already?

All I can say is WOW!

one_candleYes, it has already been a year since we started this blog. Actually, our one-year anniversary was a week ago and the date just fell “between” the posts (in spite of my friend’s reminders), but it is technically still September, so we can still celebrate!

As mentioned before, Grace and I started this blog because we always talked about cooking, food, trying new recipes, sharing tips, describing flavors and textures, teasing eachother with photos of food not available where we live (because there is an ocean between us) and we had the desire to put all of this in one place to share with family, friends and the rest of the world.

For me (the semi-computer geek), this site also became the guinea pig to create a nice-looking, well-functioning and optimized blog, using what I learned in the bloggers training course I started taking last year. It helped me to experiment with the technical sides of making Multiculti Cooking look the way it looks right now, and I’m still tweaking and changing things behind the scenes to keep improving our blog.calendar

A year in review.

We had entries  covering 12 countries, sharing recipes, food travel adventures, restaurant reviews, cooking tips, photos, recommended products and links, adding up to a total of over 70 entries! We received many comments for which we want to thank our readers. We hope you will keep coming back and tell your friends about us too, because we will continue to provide fresh content, be it recipes, stories or tips. 

What’s ahead?

If I had a crystal ball, maybe I could tell you 🙂  As far as our plans go, we will continue to improve this blog with new technology and add valuable content in the form of posts, videos and ebooks. Besides doubling our entries and countries, one of our goals is also to promote  Multiculti Cooking and gain more readers.  After all, what’s the point of having all the great recipes and stories to share if no one is using or reading them? Considering the humongous quantity of foodblogs on the web,  increasing our readership will not be an easy task, but we hope our readers will want to help by spreading the word.


Please let us know what you think about our site by using the poll. And if you have any ideas, suggestions or requests we want to hear them.

Would you like to share a recipe or story? Be sure to tell us because we would love to welcome you as a guest writer! 

You can add your comment at the end of this post, or click on this link to use our contact form. Again, thanks for your feedback and support!


 Here’s to a good start and another great year for Multiculti Cooking and it’s readers!


Thanks ~ Bedankt ~ Gracias ~ Merci ~ Dank ~ Obrigada ~ Kesoewon ~ Gran Tangi

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One thought on “One year of Multiculti Cooking already?

  • 30 September, 2009 at 7:37 pm
    A blog is like a child. How fast they grow and how time seems to fly. Congratulations!

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