Wednesday, 31 December 2008

another year over... and here's to 2009!

Wow! Where did that one go?

Well, wherever it went, I'm certainly looking forward to the next one. 2008 hasn't seen a great deal of kitchen action from me (having it rebuilt for half of the year didn't exactly help, while family and personal illness occupied far too much of the rest of the year), so I'm ready and raring to go in 2009. Whether I can get myself sufficiently organised to take pictures at the same time remains to be seen. You never know.

I will read more, write more, and eat more. I will try not to drink more unless it's non-alcoholic. Which seems unlikely.

And what else can I promise you?

Ah, yes. There will be a lot more of this:


chocolate


Chocolate is the new wine. Yes, really. Just you wait. And then remember where you heard it first.

So there you are. That's me.

And you? Well, whatever you're doing, and whatever your hopes, dreams and resolutions for 2009, I hope you have a wonderful, all-star, food- and fun-filled time.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

AFoS xx

21 comments:

Pia K said...

Oh I'd take chocolate over wine anytime!

A happy, kind and wonderful new 2009 to you too, AFoS! Hugs to the kitties too!

nicisme said...

More chocolate - yippee!!
Happy New Year to you too! Hope you have a wonderful '09!

ginger@dinnerdiary.org said...

Happy new year! Hope you're over the bug now and were able to enjoy the festivities.

Sam said...

I'm looking forward to your posts for the new year, I hope you have a good one!

Peter M said...

Happy New Year to the spaghetti girl!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Ooohhh, good chocolate is always welcome!

Happy New Year!

Cheers,

Rosa

glamah16 said...

Happy New Year. Nothing wrong with lots of chocolate this year.Here is to year of health , good times, and some more great blogging.

Julia said...

All the best for the new year x

Cynthia said...

Happy New Year!

Cakelaw said...

Agreed - chocolate is the new wine!

Cakelaw said...

Happy New Year Ghetti!

Bellini Valli said...

May love and laughter light your days,
and warm your heart and home.
May good and faithful friends be yours,
wherever you may roam.
May peace and plenty bless your world
with joy that long endures.
May all life's passing seasons bring
the best to you and yours!

Manggy said...

Hey aFoS! Happy new year! I am certainly crossing my fingers for the organization sufficient for you to bring your yummy photos to our eyes, heh heh ;)

Simply...Gluten-free said...

Happy New Year to you!

Kevin said...

Chocolate is good! Happy new Year!

David Hall said...

Happy new year!

Keep up the eating, drinking and top writing.

Cheers
David

Heather said...

Oh, you're back! Glad to see you're back in a blogging way.

Here's to a happy and healthy 2009.


Also, is your blog going be called Forkful of Chocolate now?

Foodycat said...

Happy New Year! Hope you are totally recovered from the norovirus - that is a bastard.

Susan from Food Blogga said...

A woman after my own heart. I have been calling 2009 the year of more. Eating more hamburgers, writing more, having more fun. No deprivation allowed!

The Caked Crusader said...

For some of us (i.e. me!) chocolate always has been the new everything!

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