2013 is officially here and A Taste of Koko has undergone many changes in the past month. For starters, we have officially made the move to WordPress. After being on the Blogger platform for 2 years, it was time for A Taste of Koko to get a fresh look with new features. We apologize for the dust. It’s not easy moving 250 blog posts with comments and photos! Thanks to massive help from 3 different developers, the website is up and running now. I am still in the process of combing through old blog posts and fixing any errors – please be patient. Unfortunately, individual blog post page counts were lost in the move but A Taste of Koko has hit over a million page views.
I wanted to take this time to personally thank you for visiting my blog and allowing me share my stories with you. A Taste of Koko has transformed tremendously from the time I started it back in college and I look forward to writing and photographing more food porn. Also, thank you to everyone follows A Taste of Koko on Facebook and Twitter, we’ve surpassed the 1000 follower count!
Recent Press and Mentions
Thank you Huffington Post for featuring my peppermint bark!
You can never go wrong with holiday bark, because who doesn’t like chocolate mixed with things like bacon, Oreo cookies or candied ginger? We found 22 stellar (and easy) bark recipes — the hardest part will be picking which recipe to make.
See the article at HuffingtonPost.com
See the original Peppermint Bark recipe at A Taste of Koko
Thank you NBC iVillage for featuring my Baked Salmon!
A low maintenance fish dish, such as a herbed salmon, bakes easily and quickly in the oven, and will provide another choice for your guests. Another bonus? Baked salmon can be served cold, so you can prepare it in advance and pul it out just before you’re ready to eat.
See the article at NBC iVillage
See the original Baked Herbed Salmon recipe at A Taste of Koko
Cut Out + Keep
What tips would you give to someone wanting to become a better cook?
Put away the cookbooks and cook from your heart. Relax, enjoy the sensory experience, use fresh ingredients, taste and taste again.
Read more at cutoutandkeep.com
A wise person once wrote, “Life [is] short, eat naked.”
That person is foodie Jane Ko, blogger and photographer of A Taste of Koko.
Read more at PRnewswire.com
12 Days of Giveaways
If you haven’t noticed, I’m running 12 days of giveaways to kick off the new year! You have until January 15, 2013 to enter to win.
Be on the look out for two new columns that I will be starting: 5 minute ideas and ‘Dear Jane’ – this will be more of a Q & A session. Instead of answering emails and tweets individually, I’ll be answering cooking, baking, and photography questions on the blog.
As always, I’m open to suggestions and comments!