Cookgypsy is my ongoing kitchen journal, online cookbook, photo journal, and notebook. I am an artist, photographer, and cook, anchored in the wild landscape of Wyoming, but wandering as far as luck and will takes me. Cookgypsy documents daily; friends, family, food, place, and thoughts.
Cookgypsy started out in 2005 as a food blog called the Rogue Gourmet and has evolved over the years. This, it's latest incarnation, hopes to combine a variety of different materials: old content and recipes from the Rogue Gourmet, which has been largely dormant over the last couple of years, my newer "Tumblr" site, and transcriptions from my actual kitchen journals, food stained moleskin notebooks that have collected over the last couple of years.
I also have a new kitchen, and I with each new kitchen, I find comes a new life, new friends, and new flavors. It seems only right that with that new kitchen should come a new interation of this old project of mine.
- I hope you enjoy it.
Recent Blog Posts:
To which Radical Sandwich Camp do you belong?
Thailand’s capital plans to get rid of all stalls by the end of the year.
A pâté de campagne is a traditional country terrine, a rustic preparation, slightly more refined than a pâté grandmère mainly in that it uses only a small amount of liver. In a pâté campagne liver is used as a seasoning device rather than a dominant flavor.
A reflection on travel (And food) that I need today. - Move, Eat, Learn - Three short films from Rick Meriki: 3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage... all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ....into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films...
Meet Chef Jeremy Spector of The Brindle Room in Manhattan's East Village, a cozy, charming, neighborhood restaurant that sears up quite possibly, the best tasting burger in New York City.
Animal-vehicle collisions have long been a problem in western states, leaving big game carcasses discarded along – or as an additional hazard, in the middle of – roadways. In April, it became legal in Montana to salvage and eat deer, elk, antelope and moose that have been hit and killed by cars. - Not so in Wyoming.
This post is a few years old now, but the sandwich is still just a good.
"The wonderful world of DOUGH Donuts in Brooklyn, New York... Your eyes will glaze over with the amount of colorful sugar you're about to see."