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I am a newbie blogger and was wondering if you will allow me to guest post on your blog. I run a blog called Dinner Recipes from Sonia’s kitchen and URL is http://dinnerrecipesguide.com .
I’m an intern for Content That Works, a Chicago-based editorial company. We’re
currently working on a story about casseroles for our holiday celebrations
magazine. I was wondering if you’d mind being a source for this piece? We’re
trying to offer a spin on traditional casseroles for the holidays. I have a few
questions I’d love answered if you could (just via email is fine)…
- What are some ways to make a seasonal, holiday-inspired casserole?
- What are the best holiday casseroles?
- What’s the easiest/best way to transport a casserole? Tupperware, etc?
- What are the best seasonal ingredients to use?
- How can you make a healthy casserole for health-conscious family members?
One other thing I desperately need – high-res images of any casseroles to use with our story. I saw a few on your site – is there any way you’d be able to provide a few high-res images, or at least point me in the direction of where I might be able to find some?
Content That Works
I thought I would let you know that I featured your brownies on Tuesday’s Tasty Tidbits. You had the most visits two weeks ago and I forgot to post it last week. Here is the link: http://permanentposies.com/2011/09/red-chile-chicken/
Susan at Permanent Posies
I love your blog although I have not read it for a long time, but this morning I read about the loss of your baby. I am so sorry for your loss. I have 2 children, 19 years and 16 years. Both of them I consider my greatest blessing from God. My husband is a hematologist/oncologist and a cancer survivor. Ray had a tumor that was discovered when he was 16 years old and it was on his spine at L5. They could not remove it surgically so Ray had to endure a very aggressive treatment of experimental chemo and radiation (this was in 1977). The treatment saved his life but made it very difficult for us to conceive. After working with fertility specialists, it took me several months to get pregnant with Krisitin and 13 months to get pregnant with Raymond. So, I understand the desire and hope and joy and anxiety with regard to the whole process.
I also wanted to mention a book called: Heaven is for Real. It is written by the father of a young boy that experienced a near-death experience. I think that the boy was about 3 or 4 when he had the experience. When he was a littile older, he would explain different things that happened to him when he went to heaven. One of the things that happened was that he met a sister that he had that had died through a miscarraige that his mom had had. It was very touching and lovely and reassuring to read. I hope that it is ok that I mention this to you as I do not know what your beliefs are and I do not want to invade your privacy.
Please take care and I pray and hope that you have a wonderful year in 2012!
Iam so thankful that someone pointed me in the right direction for your Philadelphia Butter Cake….it’s amazing that your written decription was so similar to my request post on the QVC recipe swap(and of course I wrote the request before I saw your blog)..it is indeed true that food is magic! Thank you!!!!!
Thank you! I noticed that I was getting some traffic from that site so I took a look and am really glad that my blog was mentioned as one to look to for a recipe. I can’t even tell you how magical that first taste was – it really took me back. Any other recipe I tried in the past just didn’t have that certain “something” that this one has. Thanks so much for coming by and leaving me a note here.
well hello ms b! just wanted to let you know i LOVED your cream cheese butter cream frosting….i just made 3 doz red velvet cupcakes and after scrolling thru lots os recipes i found yours and WOW amazing!!! thank you!!
Cammy in California <3
I make Lidia’s Bolognese sauce when I have the time and it is chilly out. Being lazy, I googled for the recipe instead of actually cracking the spine of the cookbook and stumbled upon your blog. I really enjoy it – keep writing and cooking Mrs. B – you have a new fan in Connecticut! Best, Melissa
This blog site has lots of really useful stuff on it! Thanks for helping me.
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