Monday, October 2, 2017

Hi, Ina!



For the past 15 years we have watched as Ina has thrown open the doors of her Hamptons home and welcomed us in with her delicious food and entertaining tips. It doesn't matter if she's cooking for her husband (Jeffrey), or hosting one of her parties, it is sure to be extraordinary...and she makes it look so effortless!

Join us as we say a humongous Hi, Ina! and welcome her as our newest chef in the I Heart Cooking Clubs series. If you're familiar with Ina then you know it will be a dazzling journey of French and American cuisine, and there will be plenty of cheese, puff pastry, and desserts to pave the way, as well as  a few salads for good measure. If not, then this is the perfect time to grab a book, or search online, and get familiar with Ina's simplified back-to-basics approach.

Join us by making any Ina Garten dish that says Hi, Ina! Please make and post your dish by Sunday, October 8th. Please also be sure to link it below, leaving a comment, so that we don't miss out on your dish!

New to IHCC? Need help linking up or just a refresher on how to join in the fun and become a part of our community?  

Please check out our Welcome page. If you have any questions please leave a comment below and we will get back with you.
 
If you missed out on our final week with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, then click this link Goodbye, Hugh to see everyone's final dishes and favorites!


6 comments:

Tina said...

Hello and happy Monday! I am joining the party and brought Ina's Panko Crusted Salmon. It was a treat.

kitchen flavours said...

I've made Herbed-Baked Eggs which makes a delicious brunch!

Flourishen said...

I made a roasted ratatouille with polenta.

Diane Zwang said...

Thrilled to be back cooking with this group. So sorry to hear the sad news about Kim's mom. My prayers go out to her and her family.

Kim said...

Thank you to everyone for your kindness regarding my mom. I am back this week with some cheese straws. They were a hit. Excited to cook with Ina!

Deb in Hawaii said...

I adapted one of Ina's soups (to be meat free for me) to welcome her to IHCC. It was very good! ;-)