Me, circa 1990
I love cooking. I test all of my recipes multiple times and make sure they taste delicious before posting. (Hey, it’s a dirty job but somebody’s got to do it.)
In my former life, I was a literary agent turned editor of a major publishing house in New York. I worked on some incredible books and most applicably, some cookbooks, and was bitten by the bug to start sharing some of my trials and successes here on CozyBogie.com.
Currently, I pursue my culinary ambitions whenever I have a free moment away from my real-life job at a real estate company.
Please be courteous (and basically just a good human being :)) and credit/link back to my original recipes and pages if you decide to try these on your own websites. I love it when people love my recipes and share them, but not so much if I see one floating around that is nearly identical to mine and not credited. It is much appreciated.
I can be reached at: “cozybogie at gmail dot com”
I found you! And all of your recipes and beautiful food photography are making my mouth water.
Ahh you’re too kind 🙂 K – did you get my DM about the Pellegrini galley?
Greetings- I love your recipe and will try! Where can I find those buns that you bought? THanks so much for posting!!
Thanks so much for your comment! I got them at my local H-mart (Big Korean supermarket) You can find them in most Asian stores in the frozen aisle
YES. I read the Boxcar Children books over and over and over again. Especially the very first one, where they set up their home.