Adapted from Real Life
Serves: those who matter most to me

• 1 Flute Performance Degree from the New England Conservatory of Music (Boston)
• 1 (heaping) passion for cooking
• 1 small chef, short but extremely energetic
• 5 to 10 great cookbooks (throw away any expired/useless pieces)
• 1 MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business (New York City)

For Garnish:
• Several handfuls of friends with an insatiable appetite
• 1 large family with endless love and support
• Dash of humor, to taste

Crucial Equipment:
• 1 set of sharp knives
• 1 great non-stick pan and cast iron pot
• 1 standing mixer (or a strong arm, if using whisk)
• THE INTERNET: music and recipes galore
• A sense of humor (for when you drop your meal on the floor)

1. Add first four ingredients to Boston; stir until just blended.
2. Marinate for 9 years, allowing enough time for flavors to settle and blend.
3. Move mixture to New York City; increase temperature slightly and slowly add the MBA (simmer for roughly 2 years).
4. Before serving, add garnish and enjoy The Classical Kitchen!

Photo courtesy of Tiffany Otoya 

13 thoughts on “About

  1. Anne this is fabulous! I love love love it. Did you design it yourself or have help? I love the balance of you in it, very inspiring! Hope to see you soon – L

  2. I LOVE the new layout!!! Much easier to navigate and look through the recipes 🙂 Beautiful!! Keep up the awesome job! I love you!!

  3. Ooo, I’m so glad I came across this blog! Music and cooking complement each other rather perfectly. I’m off to try one of your recipes now.

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