Hi. So I’m kind of new to this cooking thing…

Only a few years ago, I couldn’t tell the difference between pepper and paprika. Sick of take out, realizng that I was getting older, having no idea how to work my way around the kitchen, I resolved to learn from scratch all the things that a good home cook knows. So I’m doing it, one recipe at a time.

I also realized how inspirational good food is – upon moving from Florida to Washington, DC, I went from the land of Olive Garden and Steak n’ Shake to a new world of local restaurants offering original, inventive and flavorful dishes. Dishes that make me sing the praises of bacon fat or move me to lick my plate clean.

So this is my exploration, of the kitchen and of the local restaurant scene. I hope that not only you enjoy what I have to say, but most of all, I hope you get inspired to taste for yourself.

Lisa Mathias, aka The Novice Nosher

Always noshing...


5 Responses to “About”

  1. Max Power June 22, 2010 at 3:32 pm #

    My appetite for this site is ravenous, insatiable – leaving me perpetually hungry for the Nosher’s next tasty morsel.

  2. Janae November 10, 2010 at 4:03 pm #

    I love reading your blog! I have forwarded to a few friends as well!

    Hope you are doing well!


  3. thf2 March 13, 2011 at 9:30 pm #

    LOVE the blog, and the pictures are very well done! You’re making me hungry!! 🙂


  4. Marryl All Write May 8, 2012 at 2:03 am #

    Hi! I came across your blog while trying to google some Filipino recipes. It’s great to find you’re on wordpress as well. Will be checking out your posts.

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