Eat with Pleasure

Stories and Recipes by Jenny Holm

I’m pleased to announce that I’m now a regular blogger for FRESH, a 2009 documentary film about the people and ideas transforming America’s food system. I’ll be sharing my take on sustainable food issues on their blog a couple of days each week.

My first post, on “do-it-yourself” cooking projects, came out on Monday.

I’d love to hear your ideas and suggestions for blog topics! Do you have any questions you want answers to, or thoughts bouncing around in your head that I could bounce around on paper? Leave them here as comments or e-mail me at

I’ll be doing my best to keep on track with this blog as well (better than I’ve been doing lately, I hope!). Please bear with me as I get accustomed to this new, more intense routine.


3 Responses to “Blogging for FRESH the Movie!”

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    I was following your blog for quite some time. You write very well and professionally about your passion – cooking.

    I have a question regarding this subject – do you know English names of local Georgian spices and visa versa?

    My wife who is a cook by choice wants to do some cooking while in Georgia but all her cookbooks list English names for spices. She is looking for a resource to find out what spices are called in Georgian. Do you know any of such resource?


    • Jenny Holm

      Thanks so much for writing, Irakli! And for subscribing: I’ve been neglecting this blog for a while, but I fully plan on reinvigorating it in the very near future.

      I do know the Georgian names of several spices: e-mail me at with any specific requests and I will be happy to translate what I can!

      Best wishes,


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