Tastierr.com is a new website from New York blogger and cooking fanatic Mark Kensington. New easy-to-make recipes will be added to the website each week with simple instructions and an explanation as to why the dish is so important to him. Baking, stir-frying, grilling and slow cooking recipes are currently available to browse. The website was developed as a way to marry Mark’s passions for cooking and photography. Visit Tastierr.com or follow the blog on social media to see what Mark is cooking up next in the kitchen.
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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — March 12, 2020 — Cooking a delicious dinner at home has never been easier with recipes from Tastierr.com.
Founded this year by cooking fanatic and New York blogger Mark Kensington, Tastierr offers easy-to-make recipes with the slogan, “Everyone Appreciates Good Food.” Visitors can browse through multiple weekly recipes based on whether they’re interested in baking, stir-frying, grilling or slow cooking.
“Tastierr.com is one of my passions,” said Kensington. “The concept was originally developed from my love of cooking and photography, and I made the decision to share what I created with the world. I love cooking for my family and friends, trying out flavors and discovering new ways to prepare my food.”
A sampling of current recipes includes Smoked Mac and Cheese, Smoked Boston Butt Recipe, Smoked St. Louis Style Ribs, Baked Teriyaki Chicken Wings, Shrimp Lo Mein, Smoked Pork Tenderloin, Air Fryer Drumsticks, Air Fryer Tater Tots and Air Fryer Hash Browns. New recipes will be dropped each week and the most popular will be featured for quick reference.
With each recipe, Kensington offers an intimate story about why that particular recipe is important to him. For the St. Louis Style Ribs, which he describes as his favorite, he shares with readers where his love for the recipe came from:
“I guess my love of St. Louis-style ribs comes from going to baseball games with my dad. There was this rib joint just down the street from the ballpark. We used to stop in and grab some food before the game. Of course, the place was packed, but no one seemed to mind because the food was just that good. Some days, it was so packed, we had to eat it in the parking lot at the ballpark. When I got into smoking meats, I wanted to recreate that special memory,” he wrote.
Kensington recently opened a Tastierr Facebook page to connect with new followers and keep in touch with current readers. “I invite everyone who enjoys my weekly recipes to follow me on social media and see what I come up with next,” he said. He’s also available on Twitter.
Most people searching for recipe ideas also visit Pinterest and Tastierr posts all of its weekly recipes on that venue as well. Food is actually the No. 1 category on Pinterest with 5 billion searches and saves in the United States alone. All of Kensington’s recipes can be pinned and shared with friends or family.
ABOUT TASTIERR: Tastierr.com is a new website dedicated to providing delicious recipes each week from Mark Kensington. Follow Tastierr across social media to see what Mark is cooking up next in the kitchen!