Welcome to Tim’s Food Obsession! Here you will find tales of my culinary adventures along with pictures and instructions for you to share in the passion that food creates in my life.  Here you can find a feature on me and my cooking from the Washington Post; this great article really captured what I am all about when it comes to food.

Click on the Blog link in the top menu to go to the posts. My posts are mostly stories about a food project with recipes and procedures used.

You can search by your own custom search terms, by category, or by key words (tags). This gives you a lot of flexibility to find what interests you.

Please like and share posts to let me know what you’d like to see more of, or leave comments if you have questions or would like me to provide more information. If you’re not comfortable leaving a comment, I may be reached by e-mail at: tim@timsfoodobsession.com. I will definitely reply. I get great enjoyment from hearing how you use my site to make good foods and getting your insights on how to make things better.

There are convenient links to my Facebook and Instagram posts on each page. If you use those social media forums, this is a good way to see what I’m up do on a regular basis. The details of bigger projects are here on my blog, but my social media accounts will show what I’m up to a few times a week.

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Please help me spread the word about Tim’s Food Obsession. This is not a money-making effort for me; it is strictly an obsessive hobby fueled by a constant quest for good food.

6 thoughts

  1. Tim, I’m very impressed with what you are doing here. I found you through the anchovies, I have a sicilian tin and wanted some ideas. Meanwhile I saw the rest of the things you’re interested in and I find we have similar sensibilities, if not equipment and energy. Thanks for putting this stuff up!

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    1. Hi John, Thanks so much for your comment. That’s great to hear, and I really appreciate your feedback. Please let me know if you try anything here, how it turns out, and if I can help.


  2. Making Ossobuco today for dinner tomorrow. I’m merging your recipe with Marcella Hazan’s because I don’t have 48 hours, nor any bolognese sauce that I made at the end of the summer, so will sous vide overnight – maybe 24 hours – and finish in the oven. Wondering if I should use a bit higher heat?
    When you write your book, it will need to start with: Year 1: Prepare and plant a garden with these items… Can, process, pickle like so. Then make a year’s worth of stock. Also make 5 gallons of bolognese sauce and a variety of hot sauces. In your spare time, build a porculator! Year 2: Eat a bunch of homemade pickles and make fried chicken and possibly ossobuco. 😉
    Also, plant an orchard, start an apiary, hone archery skills, and develop charcuterie skills. Brew lots of beer! Make mead, nocino, and limoncello. Build a pizza oven. Forage for mushrooms.
    I honestly don’t know how you do it all, Tim. You’re a marvel, and a true culinary artist! I’m just glad I get to eat some of your creations once in a while 🙂.


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