FAQ

 

Who eats all the food you make?
My hubby and I do a pretty good job of it, but sometimes I plan posts around group events or parties so that friends can help as well. I also freeze lots of leftovers, which get eaten or repurposed into other meals later.

 

Do you have any culinary training?
I’m working on it! I am currently enrolled in the part-time culinary program at the San Francisco Cooking School.

 

Who designed your site?
I designed the graphical elements myself (using Photoshop) and have worked with a couple different developers to help with the technical aspects. I moved from Blogger to WordPress in 2013, and I’d be happy to share my experience (do it!). I’ve also taken a couple helpful courses to learn more about the design process, and I would highly recommend them both (Blogshop and The Blog Class).

 

Do you take your own pictures?
Yes! Most pictures are my own, except those I might include in a round-up post (in which case they are fully credited) and my profile pictures, which were taken by the lovely Elizabeth Hurley. I typically shoot in natural light with the Canon Rebel T2i and do some light editing in Photoshop.

 

Can I share your pictures on my blog?
Sure, so long as you give proper credit and link back to the original post or to my homepage. However, my pictures may not be used for any commercial purpose without my prior consent.

 

How do I subscribe to your blog?
If you’d like to receive posts directly to your inbox, you can sign up for that on my homepage just under my profile picture.

 

Do you take requests?
Absolutely! I love to hear your suggestions, and it just might result in a blog post later.

 

Can I tell my [mom, sister, cousin, brother, coworker, dad] about your blog?
Yes! My blog is public as can be, and nothing makes me happier than growing my audience. I especially love it when you share through social media.

 

I’m coming to San Francisco, where should I eat?
In 2014, I’ll be working on some San Francisco travel guides, featuring some of my favorite restaurants. In the interim, feel free to email me, and I’d be happy to make some suggestions. You can also find a fun list of things to do in San Francisco here.