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December 22, 2009

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SAS

Bonne journée! I know you will keep us posted on your next adventure. In the meantime, enjoy the snow and cold! :> This morning, I saw my grape hyacinths and snowdrops poking their heads up through the dirt. They will be blooming in a few weeks. I love living in the PNW!!

Ms. Glaze

To a Californian, like me, snow fall is always magical. Something you read about. But when you actually see it after the first fall – before people are complaining about shoveling it out of their driveways, and holding up traffic, and messing up their hair and wardrobes – it's impossible to feel anything other than 5 years old.

The first impulse is to have a snow fight. The second to make a snow man, the third to pour a huge glass of red wine and watch the flakes fall from the comfort of a cozy apartment....

SAS

Yes, I initially grew up in the southern US, so snow was always a rare treat. Then I moved to New England and spent more years than I care to remember shoveling, scraping, frantically pumping the car brakes, freezing, shivering, looking/waiting/begging for *any* sign of spring, etc., etc. So now that I am in a place where 1) I can go visit snow any time of year less than 2 hours from my house and 2) have flowers blooming in my front yard in January, I'm about as close to nirvana as I expect to get and still be conscious. :>

Jerry

But I have decided to leave because...

Wha?!?

wattacetti

Hi Chef!

First of all, congratulations on completing this part of your journey.

We're certainly looking forward to hearing what comes next, though I'm rooting for you to open up your own place.

You could serve Yukon Gold wedge fries as a signature amuse. :-D

drago

A great article about the big Times Square snowball fight:

http://blog.ricecracker.net/2009/12/20/snowball-fight-times-square/

I'm sure whatever you do next you'll be able to continue to entertain us with your fantastically vivid writing. I love the way I can picture exactly what is going on in your crazy kitchen.

Have you ever thought about going the private chef route? Fancy dinner parties and such? Though it wouldn't have the esprit de corp of a restaurant...

Christian

Merry Christmas to you, Ms. Glaze, and best of luck with your future projects, whatever they may be!

john

My God Ms Glaze!
Can you believe it?
You have conquered Le Bernardin! Congradulations! John

Lynda

What a wonderful post. I look forward to reading about your next steps. Bonne chance!

Expat Stu

Joyeux Noel et bonne année.

Mark

Look forward to the next chapter and hoping you can find what we all desire and how to balance both sides of the equation the way you do with food.

Relle

Well written Amy....in fact very well written...I know there are tons of books out there...but you have chance of making a fortune with the best of them...maybe something to ponder about in 2010.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Margery Cohen

Can't wait to hear what's next in the Adventures of Ms. Glaze.........

Jeremy

Hooohah!


Kevin

Amy,
I watched Ratatouille last night for the second time (I love animation). And I thought of you and your enthusiasm - not the female: the rat. There is no gift we can give ourselves more valuable or more difficult than passion for what we do. Don't lose your passion, it's easy to misplace

...and Merry Merry.

Kevin

Marla

AS always, your description of kitchen life is not only on the mark, but evocative and deliciously descriptive. Best of everything to you in 2010. I know the adventures of Amy will be most interesting, as all the possibilities sounded intriguing. Always a pleasure stopping by here, that I look forward to......

Patty

I have been following your blog for a while! Best of luck in 2010 and your new adventures... maybe in a warmer clime? Or you could always come up and see us in Canada!

luis

Glaze, Don't look back girl. It's your own kitchen and it's calling out to you. With your youth and your enthusiasm... it is what you want it to be.
Basically start something and go from there. Something basic. Fish or beef. Affordable and attractive to the community you wish to serve and just sit back and make millions in time.
That is the dream girl. Forget the 75 dollar plates and cook for a segment of the people. Cook your food for yourself and be your own boss. I'd love to be in your place girl.
God Speed and don't look back.

Ms. Glaze

Luis – you are so dead on it's not even funny...it's time!!!
Patty – I could always use a trip to Canada! Some fresh air would do a world of good ;-)
Marla – Thank YOU!!!
Kevin – Funny enough Pixar spent a long time in the last kitchen I worked in Paris studying French cooking culture and we were all treated to a private preview on the Champs Elysées! That movie is dear to my heart...the rat? Really! Me?!?! How cool... as long as I don't remind you of the nasty chef!
Jeremy – Yes! I double that hooorah!!!
Margery – Thanks! I hope I live hope I the next adventure tops this last one.
Relle – I wrote a book when I left Paris and hope to spend some time now to finish it. Sometimes it takes a little bit of time to come back to an experience and really understand it – and finish it. Last chapter still up in the air...
Mark – Balance in the cooking world is part of the sacrifice and one that I'm not sure is sustainable over time. There has got to be a way to make work part of life, but not all of life...
Expat Stú – Same to you!!!!!!!! Bonne Année!!!!! It must be beautiful in Paris right now?!?!?
Lynda – Best wishes in the new year! I know this has been a tough year world wide and I have a feeling that 2010 will bring in a fresh perspective into all our lives.
John – Sink or swim baby! Sink or swimmmmmm!!!!
Christian – best of luck to YOU my friend and Happy New Years!
Wattacetti – Thank you for your long time support and believing in me thus far from Paris to NYC. I wish you and your beautiful missus a very merry Christmas and most joyous New Year. And yes, a new restaurant sounds tempting, very tempting...
Drago – Those pictures are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing the link and I hope that everyone checks them out. Incredible photos that waaaaay captured the snowfall on Times Square better than my little iphone.
Jerry – well now, I can't write everything in one little post now can I?!?!? ;-)
SAS – I like to visit snow. VISIT. I will never get used to being vitamin D deprived. NEVER!!!

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Have you ever thought about going the private chef route? Fancy dinner parties and such? Though it wouldn't have the esprit de corp of a restaurant...
Those pictures are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing the link and I hope that everyone checks them out.

SAS

Ms. Glaze - If you head to the West coast for R&R, you know where to find me (and Chez Tse, et son mari) pour une visite (sans la neige, j'espère). Nous avons eu 5 pouces aujourd'hui!!! Mais il sera allé demain.

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