It's been a long time since we've posted here at From Bach to Stock. We went through a long dry spell in which we just didn't feel like blogging about our food, but lately we've been excited to share with you again.
What, you may ask, have we been up to all this time?
For one thing, Noah moved back to Maryland in the fall of 2012. He got a full-time job, and we moved into our own place.
Not long after that, I graduated with my Masters of Science in Special Education and was hired a month later by the nonprofit I had been working for to teach with them full-time.
In January 2013, Noah and I decided to make things official and invited our families over for a small courthouse wedding.
That was so much fun that in October 2013 we decided to do it again, but with 100 of our friends and family (and with a religious ceremony).
Now we're working, cooking together, and loving life!
Here's what you can expect from our blog in its new phase:
-We are not terribly interested in taking pictures of our food at restaurants. You may see some photos every now and then, but for the most part restaurant reviews will be narrative with lots of descriptors, light on the photography.
-We will photograph a lot of our food that we cook at home! This blog is less of me and Noah coming up with our own recipes (Noah does that more than I do, and I will usually be the one posting) and more of a compilation of Recipes I Have Loved. Expect to be linked to other blogs for recipes or for recommendations of cookbooks and food magazines I read. I enjoy being a conduit for other people to find media they love, and I feel like I enjoy being a curator of recipes rather than a recipe developer.
-I will review food media (food writing, movies about food, etc.) and post links to food-related articles I find interesting.
I hope this appeals to all of you who subscribed to us in the beginning, and that new people may find what they're looking for in the blog's current direction!