Where are the comments?

You may have noticed that posts previous to 2/29/12 are mysteriously lacking comments.

To make a long story short, I had a deluge of SPAM comments invade my site and the only way my hosting company could alleviate the problem was to delete every comment ever written. I don’t know why they couldn’t just weed out the SPAM comments, but thus was the case and there’s nothing I could do about it.

Wah, wah… I threw myself a little pity party and moved on.

From now on there shouldn’t be any issues with comments, (I’ve installed a captcha to deter SPAM), so I urge you to leave one whenever you like!

I love hearing from my readers, so please keep those comments coming =).

19 comments to Where are the comments?

  • Crystal

    Hi! I made a pizza from a recipe of yours not too long ago, and loved it so much that I wanted to make it again! But… I can’t find it on your site!!! It had a black bean purée as the sauce with diced tomatoes, corn, red onion, & shredded cheese. I can remember the staples, but as far as what spices I mixed in with the purée – I am at a loss! Please help!

  • gail

    I’d like to pin this on Pintrest. If you disapprove, please let me know! We had a similar dish Sat. night and it was fabulous but I’m sure your recipe is a LOT healthier!!

  • Hi,

    As a lover of both italian and authentic Mexican Cuisines, I really like your recipes. And the healthy way they are arranged. I am also one eat healthy. Thank you for your input. I was looking for a carnita recipe, and yours came up, I only had a 3 lb pork loin and there it was pictured on your site. LOL.

    Thanks Again,
    Cynthia

  • Dianne

    I LOVE the way you have presented this recipe with clear beautiful photos that show exactly how each step should be done. It looks like I could actually do this without any confusion. Actually, it looked so delicious, I want to make this soon. Thank you for explaining the “how to” so well.
    D in Michigan.

  • hi! this apple granola recipe you have is just what i’ve been looking for! when i envisioned it, i thought it would be good with a little applesauce, which you do include. however, i’m concerned about how well the recipe will keep, since applesauce has to be refridgerated.

    i prefer to keep my granola in plastic bags, outside the fridge. what is the shelf life of this recipe, and can it be counter kept? thanks so much!

    • I’d say the apple granola will keep in an airtight container at room temperature for about 5 days or so. You might want to store the dried apples separately to further extend the shelf life =). Enjoy!

  • Laura

    the blueberry coconut baked oatmeal was simply divine last winter! i have been eagerly anticpating the cooler weather and it has arrived! i am so excited to try the pumpkin cinnamon banana baked oatmeal tomorrow morning as my hubby and i took the day off. :)

  • Great reading! So many new ideas. Thanks for sharing and making it all look so easy. I can not wait for all the holiday cooking!

  • cute cookie

    Just quickly looked at your recipe for a dry rub for pork carnitas. What a beautiful persentation. Love the photos. Keep up the good work. CC

  • healthy foods is important factor for our health, but sometime we must exercise for more fit.
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  • HulieeHoops

    I love that I can eat healthy without sacrificing my sweet tooth! Thanks for the recipe!

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  • Hi there, timely discovery for me as my partner and I have just finished a 3 day detox (the Dr Oz one) anyway, feeling really good and are being much more careful now as to what our next meal is!

  • EFrancis

    There are some great recipes on here! Even thought I love to eat healthy, it can be hard when I don’t have time to cook. I recently tried Factor 75 through my work, and they use a ton of fresh and healthy ingredients. The meals are delivered to your home or work and you just pop them in the microwave; they’re so good! My favorites were the beef and green pepper casserole, chicken detox salad and butternut squash lasagna. The meals were packed with nutrients so I felt like I had so much energy– eating right doesn’t just make you look better, it makes you feel and perform better! If you’re looking for an affordable and tasty way to incorporate these ingredients into your diet, definitely check out Factor 75 at https://www.factor75.com/.

  • Hi,

    I stumbled upon your blog in my search for successful bloggers.

    As a recent holistic nutrition graduate I am searching for my place in the health industry. Currently I am working through Marie Forleo’s business program and she suggests I research my business ideas to ensure they match my lifestyle, needs, and goals. Which is where you come in. If you have the time, could you briefly answer some questions about blogging?

    1. What steps did you take to build a successful blog with a following?
    2. What hurdles/pitfalls could one expect to face when creating a following and an interesting blog with content?
    3. What type of hours do you work to keep the blog current?

    I thank you for any information you can provide me.

    Best wishes,

    Krystal Bernier

  • You posts is evil, evil, evil. I can see it already, me baking and failing not to eat the entire batch of Macaroons in one sitting. Well I guess I can chalk the pounds up to the holidays. Woes me! LOL.

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