As of March 10, 2011, Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska has moved to www.laurieconstantino.com. Please update your readers, bookmarks, and front pages to reflect my new site address.
What does this mean for readers? If you subscribe to this blog via e-mail or an RSS reader, you should receive all future posts (please let me know if you do not). If you have this site bookmarked, you need to update the bookmark to:
Thank you to all you my friends and readers who have cooked with me over the last few years. Please visit www.laurieconstantino.com to see the new site and read my latest recipes for Pasta Flora (Greek Jam Tart) made with Fresh Fig Jam.
The recipes and stories at the heart of Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska will continue unchanged. In addition, the new blog has many exciting new features, including:
- An easy-to-read format that allows readers to quickly access recent stories
- Printer friendly recipes
- A recipe index, accessible by main ingredient, meal course, cuisine, special diet, food type, or recipe title
- An easy to use form for contacting me to ask questions, give advice for how I can improve the site, or for any other reason
- Resources for food lovers, including links to Alaska specialty markets, Alaska food blogs, Mediterranean food blogs, and a massive Greek cookbook bibliography
- A calendar of food events in Alaska and a way to contact me to submit events to include on the calendar
- Information of wild edibles, including resource information on wild edible Alaska plants
- Blog of the Week, a feature to highlight and introduce interesting food and cooking blogs
- A running daily feed of Alaska food news, located on my home page
- A running daily feed of Anchorage restaurant specials, located on my home page
All posts from the original Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska will eventually be transferred to www.laurieconstantino.com; I expect that process to be completed in the next two months.