A long time coming…

Dear Willing Cook Readers,

This post has been a long time coming.  I’ve not really been putting it off, I just haven’t sat down long enough to compose it.  As you may have noticed (or not), I haven’t added any new blog posts here at The Willing Cook for a couple of months.  To be honest with you, it has been quite freeing in my schedule.  Do not get me wrong, I very much enjoyed sharing my experiences with you of how to live with food allergies on a budget.

I trust that the Willing Cook has been a source of helpful information to each of you.  But I have said all that I think I needed to say.  I shared with you how to Balance Life and Food Allergies.  There was the long series on how to live a productive and joy-filled life with food allergies.  In addition, there was a nine post series on how to live frugally with food allergies, and the fun series where we experimented with new recipes together in the Willing Cook-a-Long.  And, of course, the most important is the food!  I have done my best to show you that cooking for a family with food allergies does not have to be paralyzing.  You can embrace the challenges, meet them, and produce good from it.  Check out all the recipes that I have shared over the years.  Finally, it was such a great honor to be included with a number of other amazing food allergy bloggers for Allergy-Free Wednesdays! I encourage you to continue supporting those ladies as it is an outstanding community centered on promoting safe, healthy, and always delicious allergy-free living.

Thank you for all the support that you have given me over the years of The Willing Cook.  While I am stepping away from posting updates, the website will remain up.  There are still hundreds of food allergy articles and allergy-friendly recipes available at your fingertips.

Stay well, be healthy and allergy-safe, and enjoy the life with which you have been blessed!

My kindest regards and gratitude,


P.S. This is how I am spending my days, a mere shadow of its greatness, and I could not be more joyful and thankful in it and them!

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