About Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime
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Welcome to Palatable Pastime!
Palatable Pastime is a food and cooking blog written by Sue Lau and focusing on Heartland and Southern cooking, with a splash of ethnic and international recipes.
Written with the home cooking enthusiast in mind, who wants to experience cooking as a pleasant way to enjoy themselves, rather than being a chore. We all have to eat, so why not enjoy it?
Palatable Pastime was founded in May 2013 as a place for those who enjoy good meals cooked by real people to go and easily find recipes and ideas for cooking that they enjoy.
The writer, Sue Lau, is a food blogger with over forty years of cooking experience and is also a cooking enthusiast, prize-winning recipe developer, cookbook collector, writer, and independent bookseller. She lives with her husband and two cats in Cincinnati, Ohio. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, her love of food has followed her through the Southern USA and eventually to Ohio. She enjoys cooking and creating all types of cuisine and sharing that knowledge with others. It is her favorite pastime.
Her delicious and accessible recipes have been prizewinners in several recipe contests, have been featured in several online websites and ezines, including LDS Living, Mrs. Field’s, and the Christian Science Monitor’s food section “Stir It Up!” where she is a regular contributor. She is also an active participant in multiple online cooking communities, including Food.com, Recipezazz.com and Allrecipes.com.
Hello Sue! Thanks for stopping by to visit and follow my blog. I look forward to trying some of your delicious recipes!
Hi Sue, Thanks so much for recently stopping by my blog. Cooking is my favorite pastime, too! It is fun to be able to connect with you even though we live across the country from each other. I look forward to seeing your posts in the future and checking out what you already have here.
Very interesting! I just love food and so do you! I am going to enjoy checking out your website in more detail.
I believe that might derive from the color- if you see a pile of sawdust it looks a little bit like the gravy covering the biscuit.
That makes sense!