Saturday, January 24, 2009

I've been dreading this post for weeks. Maybe months. 
I still eat/breathe/love food. I still love the food scene in this beautiful town. I still devour my food magazines and my cookbooks and favorite sites with the relish that I did before, I'm just not exploring like I once was. I'm not out and about and excitedly telling everyone about the newest places we've been and the newest dishes we've tried. I'm not writing blog entries in my head anymore. And if this blog can't be the blog it once was, the (regularly updated) one that I'd want to read, I'm not going to do it anymore. I'm still looking for the perfect outlet for my writing habit, and when I do I'll let you know. 
I appreciate all of your support and love over the past 2 1/2 years. 

22 comments:

Dan said...

Much love, much sadness.

Adieu!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the posts and consider coming back !

burlesondds said...

Thanks for everything! It was a great blog!

Bob Pedersen said...

So long, and thanks for all the dish(es). :)

Emily said...

Hope that whatever your food/writing habits entice you to do next will be something we can continue to follow. Good luck!

Emily.

Donna said...

You might consider waiting a month or two and seeing how you feel then. I notice there's lots of ennui in Blogland this time of year.

The DLC said...

thanks for all your work, I've really enjoyed the blog.

pom. said...

I want to hear more Gus stories!!

:)

Have really enjoyed your blog a lot.

Anonymous said...

haven't posted much but stumbled upon this a year or so ago and have it bookmarked on my laptop.

thanks for the entertaining posts!

A. said...

Will miss you, Sara! Thanks and happy eating!

mamagotcha said...

They're only little once. Enjoy that baby, be the best mom you can be, and then come back and talk food with us again!

Like Oprah said: you can have it all, you just can't have it all at the same time.

Take care and maybe we'll meet at You Say Tomato someday...

Anonymous said...

I have enjoyed reading your blog when I was homesick for KC. Thank you!

Imagen Media Group said...

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Kansas City Scoop said...

Thank you for all of the great tips!

九份 said...

Always read stuff that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.............................................

高跟些ˊ said...

辛苦了!祝你愈來愈好! ........................................

The Town Gossip said...

I just stumbled upon this blog long after you finished, but from one blogger to another, Noodletown has been the most comforting read for me since moving back to KC after college. Thanks for pointing out all the cool places to eat!

sspatzornburn said...

Greetings! I am the Marketing Director for the City Market and would like to speak with you about possibly posting some inforamtion about several recipe contests we are hosting this summer (Salad Recipe on Saturday, June 5 and a Salsa Recipe on Saturday, July 3) please forward me your email and I can send you more information.

My email address is sspatzornburn@cwbkc.com

Thanks so much!

Stephanie Spatz-Ornburn

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Neilsh Patel said...
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Neilesh Patel (Recruiter focused on Food Manufacturing Jobs) said...

I came across your blog today and enjoyed it. Is it ok if we re-post some of your entries in our newsletter? I just think a lot of the food and beverage people who visit our community would like reading some of your posts, even though they are mainly industry professionals, they are still ‘foodies’. Let me know. :)

Neilesh

Kansas City Auto Repair said...

I enjoy reading and following your food blogs. They really make me hungry!