a promise to my readers

sorry no blogging.

so tired.

got chickens.

started tilling garden by hand.

working 50 hours a week.

catch up soon to make up for it.

promise.

xoxo.

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8 thoughts on “a promise to my readers

  1. Hi Liz, I’ve been following your blog for a while now and quite adore it. Would you mind if I adopted you and Eat the Cookie for the next Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger event? I adopted Heal – Balance – Live this month (http://www.specialdietcreations.com/?p=492), but I suspect adoptions for next month’s event should be open soon. Let me know if this is okay and I’ll proceed!

    Thanks and keep the great posts coming 🙂
    Nicole

    • i’d be delighted to help in any way possible!
      tell me what to do!
      all i really know about the event is this: when i am scanning through the blogosphere, at times i find extra recipe links titled “adopt a gluten-free blogger” and feel like i hit the jackpot.
      so, what happens?
      thanks for thinking of me!
      best,
      liz

  2. Oh goodie!

    That’s the best part (at least for you) — you don’t have to do a darned thing. Basically, I make one or two of the recipes from your site and take photos and send them to the host (often Sea at Book of Yum) and write up a nice little piece on your blog and what it’s all about. I don’t post the recipes on my site, just link them to yours to drive all the traffic there. The organizer will then post the round-up of all the adoptions and you should get lots of exposure as people read my entry and head to your site for the recipe(s) (yippee!). Anyway, here’s the long and short of it if you’re interested: http://www.bookofyum.com/blog/adopt-gf-blogger

    I’ll keep you posted on things and let you know how everything’s progressing once things get under way. I’ve made a lot of your recipes before with great success, so I know whatever I make this time will turn out great 🙂

    Have a great weekend!
    Nicole

    • thrilled to be adopted! thanks for the information.
      i hope my gluten-free readers who didn’t already know about this event explores this GF-blogorama!
      super helpful for those who are stuck with no ideas what they or their families can eat. i love simple resources like this.
      by the way, nicole, i follow your blog as well. i have been working on a way to egg-free this recipe
      this could be a reader challenge, if i don’t figure it out on my own!
      best,
      liz

      • That’s a tough challenge, and one I’ll take up myself as well once we move at the end of the month and I get my new kitchen set up properly, although you may be recovered and back on eggs again by that time (we hope).

        I read the post about your egg issues with some horror. I too eat them almost daily and pray I never develop an intolerance of some kind. Best wishes for a rapid recovery and keep those great recipes coming! 🙂

  3. thanks, nicole! it was a pretty disappointing realization., especially because we just got 5 chickens for fresh eggs! i thought sensitivity to eggs was a myth, but have been reading more and more about it in some pretty reliable medical pages. i’ll just continue to avoid them like the plague and hopefully be on the mend asap!
    thanks again for the adoption!
    best,
    liz

    • thanks, sarah!
      so far, they are super cool and fun to watch. i love watching them dig bugs and crawlies out of the ground and eat ’em.

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