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Blogging By Mail package and WCB

I’m glad to see that lots of people are sending out and receiving their Blogging By Mail packages from this round. I got mine from Susann, a non-blogging (but we won’t hold that against her) friend of Samantha‘s. Let me take this moment to mention that this round is almost over. We are waiting for the last of the packages to arrive, but there will ... Read More »

Stuff on My Cat

Just in time for Weekend Cat Blogging, hosted by Eat Stuff, you can see the hazards of leaving the newspaper unattended at my table. Phoebe loves to get under things, but not as much as some of the cats at Stuff on my Cat. Too cute! Read More »

Editing

I was enjoying the last of the donut cookies, made from a recipe posted by Joe at Culinary in the Desert, when I saw that I was tagged on Grab Your Fork for a meme: find the fifth sentence of your 23rd post and post it. Curiosity overcame me and I looked back through my archives. Looking at some of my earliest posts, I couldn’t ... Read More »

The Hazards of Plating… and WCB

As so many food bloggers know, it can be difficult to take photos of food. You have to arrange your subject on the plate. You have to have decent lighting. You have to have a plesantly contrastive backdrop. You have to keep your pets away. Head over to eat stuff to see other people’s cats. Thanks, Clare, for giving me an excuse to post this ... Read More »

Blogging By Mail 2

The second round of Blogging By Mail is up and running, hosted by the generous and talented Samantha of the Samantha Files. What are you waiting for? Go sign up! Read More »

Blogging By Mail: Opening the Packages (A roundup)

I definately want to thank everyone who participated in the first ever Blogging By Mail. The event went smoothly, by all accounts. I collected names and addresses, matched people up more-or-less at random (no playing favorites!) and the rest was up to the participants. People made, bought or stole goodies from their kitchens and localities and mailed them out across the globe. We had 22 ... Read More »

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