FAQ

 

How can I contact you?

I’m always available via email. I try to respond to everyone.

 

May I use your recipes on my website?

If you’re interested in adapting one of my recipes you are free to do so, however adapting means that you rewrite the instructions, reference my site and link to the original post. You may not copy and paste my recipes onto your site. You are more than welcome to link to them!

 

May I use your photos in a recipe roundup?

If you’d like to use my photos in a recipe roundup, you may use the image on my site but please do not crop out the watermark. I cannot provide you with specific image dimensions or a high resolution photo.

 

Do you sell high resolution photos?

I do! Email me for pricing.

 

Would you be interested in contributing a recipe or writing an article for my magazine, newspaper, cookbook or website?

I’m always interested in new writing opportunities. Please email me with more details.

 

Would you be interested in promoting my event or book?

I do not use this blog for event or book promotions.

 

Would you be interested in reviewing my product?

I rarely review products but when I do there has to be recipe development and food photography involved. I make no promises about writing a positive review.

 

What camera equipment do you use?

My camera is a Nikon D7000 with a 40mm lens. I also use a Manfrotto 190XPROB 3-Section Aluminum Pro Tripod with a Basic Pan Tilt Head. I edit my photos with Adobe Photoshop.

 

Why are some of your recipes measure by weight instead of volume?

When baking, it’s important to measure by weight as often as possible for consistent results. It’s not as much of an issue with cooking, when you’re adjusting ingredients to taste. But a cup of flour will vary in weight depending on the brand and how densely it’s packed. I highly recommend investing in a digital scale. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy.

 

I’m a new blogger.  Do you have any advice?
  1. Post frequently.
  2. Learn to take good photos.
  3. Make your site easy to navigate.
  4. Be passionate.  Write about things you personally find interesting and exciting.

For a more in depth answer, read this article: My Top 20 Food Blogging Tips for Beginners. I also offer phone consultations.

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