So I’ll be travelling for work quite a bit over the next few months, which means I won’t be home to cook…and work will be paying for my meals (yay). I haven’t entirely decided what will happen to my cooking posts during this time–mostly, I think I’ll be cooking as much as possible on the weekends while I’m home, and writing about some of my restaurant adventures. Because we all know there’s some serious eating adventure to be had in Indiana! I will become one of those weirdos who takes pictures of their food at restaurants, while eating alone and occasionally knitting.
I’m going to be looking for guest columnists even more in the next few months, so if you’ve got an idea or have a favorite recipe, take some pictures and send them my way at email@example.com.
In the meantime, don’t despair! The impeccable quality that you’ve come to expect from Cheap, Lazy, and Delicious will remain, whether I’m at home in Chicago or staying at one of the fabulous Hilton family of hotels in Indiana.
In other news, last night I bought a cast iron frying pan from Marshalls! It’s my first and I’m super excited to start making crunchy breakfast potatoes, fajitas, and other fun and exciting things that I can’t make in my normal pans. Especially because this is one of the few cast iron pans that I can actually lift with one hand.