biscuits and such | Thingamabops? I’ve got TWENTY!
southern food blog
single,single-post,postid-1462,single-format-standard,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,select-child-theme-ver-1.0.0,select-theme-ver-2.8,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.3.5,vc_responsive

Thingamabops? I’ve got TWENTY!

Thingamabops? I’ve got TWENTY!

So this week I’ve made a lot of changes to the supporting pages of  In addition to updating the about page and the where to find us page, I’ve added a brand new FAQ page, a seasonal recipe index, and a list of the blogs/websites that I keep up with.

I’m hoping that these changes make using b&s a little easier, and I’m also trying to streamline the blog and make it a little more professional, as it’s been getting more professional attention.  Which segues nicely into what else I’ve got to tell you.

As some of you may have noticed from twitter feeds, etc, a few months ago I started writing for the Well Fed Network.  Well Fed is a collection of 12 food blogs about various topics.  I’ve been writing for three of those blogs- Just Baking, Kids Cuisine, and Fit Fare, which has been great because it’s given me the opportunity to write about things outside the realm of southern cooking.  This week I was also asked to be a Guest Blogger by Jessica Contadore of The Love List.  I’m really excited about this because not only do I love her site, it’ll give b&s some exposure outside of the food blog world.

I’d love to be able to turn my passion for cooking and writing into a career, so these opportunities to put myself out there are really exciting.  I’m a little worried about spreading myself too thin but I’ve set deadlines in my iCal and once it’s in my calendar it CANNOT BE IGNORED.  Those are the rules, I just follow them.

All in all these are exciting times in the b&s kitchen, and I hope that you enjoy the new features!  I’m still working on the seasonal recipe index (I’m thinking I’ll keep it recipes that are explicitly seasonal), but if you have any ideas/suggestions please feel free to email me at

P.S. If you have any suggestions on how to get “Part of Your World” out of my head, that’d be appreciate too.

P.P.S. Oh, we also got an ISSN # with the Library of Congress.  It’s 1948-1128! Holllllaaaaaaaa!

Print Friendly

No Comments

Post a Comment