Comment on How to Start a Food Blog by Trish.
wow, what if you’re not tech savvy enough to understand much of what you wrote (I struggled thru valiantly)? I think I’ll jus stick to following your blog. I was thinking about starting one about being a nearly 50 yr old equestrian, but it sounds like I ‘ve got lots to learn. Love your blog!
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thanks Malcolm, but it may be that I am just too old. it isn’t your fault. I am sometimes afraid of being so far left behind by technology that one day I won’t be able to get into my house. Sounds like everyone else was able to understand what you wrote. Which scares me further.
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I have been following your blog for a very long time,and altho I forget to check in on it lately, I look forward to more posts. I didn’t know about the other two blogs – I bookmarked them and am gonna check them out! Good luck with everything!
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a delightful post!!! we were so exhausted tonite. I won’t even tell you what dinner consisted of. I really hope to visit the food truck/thing soon.
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Thanks for sharing!! I am a long time follower of the blog, and hope to someday visit your truck in Maine. I decided to attend culinary courses at my local community college this past year, and also had to do the food sanitation course – 2 days worth here in Illinois. Looking forward to the rest of the saga!
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great post – I am with you all the way. my favorite way to eat turkey is also in a sandwich. And I adore stuffing, the more sage the better. I don’t like meat in the stuffing, but I need that sage flavor. Weirdly, my husband’s family, with whom (grammar?) we spend Thanksgiving, are not stuffing people!! Yikes! Their side dishes are all variations on a potato. I may have to contribute a stuffing dish this year. BTW, I was reading an article about descendants of the pilgrims (of Mayflower fame), and the article mentioned a woman – I am going to be annoyingly vague, as I cannot remember the details – who lived in California, was a descendant and had a brother named Malcolm who has a food truck in Maine. Is that your Malcolm? surely there couldn’t be two!!! How cool!!!!
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