Did You Know….?

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The other day my mom was telling me how much she loved the Balaboosta cauliflower story I posted last week. “I’m going to make that recipe,” she said, determined. “But I hate printing from the blog. It always prints out so many pages and I don’t know how to stop it.” It occurred to me that if my mother (aka, my biggest fan) did not know that there was an easy way to print out a DALS recipe, then probably a lot of you guys don’t either. In fact, there are probably a lot of things I assume you know, but don’t. So here’s a quick review.
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Did you know….
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…There’s a Print Function at the bottom left of each post, under the facebook “Like” icon. If you click it, the post turns into a pdf that you can print without the huge ink-depeleting photos. There are some thumbnail photos at the bottom, but they are small and will be gone soon. (Working on it!)
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…There’s a Book Club Discussion Guide for those of you who have been nice enough to select Dinner: A Love Story as your book club selection? Click that yellow box in the right margin or just click here.
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There’s a Huge Archive of every single recipe published on this blog since March 2010. Scroll to the tippy tippy top of the home page and you’ll see a “Recipe Index” link in the chalkboard.
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You Can Be Eligible for Giveaways if you subscribe to my newsletter by clicking the “subscribe to my newsletter” box in the right margin, or just click here.
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That There’s a whole Dinner: A Love Story community you can tap into on facebook? If you ever find yourself in a quandry (cooking, parenting, or otherwise), send me an email and if it’s relevant enough, I can post immediately on the page. (This week, I posted for reader Andrea who was on the hunt for good pre-school potluck ideas.)
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that “Roar” might be the best pre-game pump-up song for 10-year-old girls ever in the history of pre-game pump-up songs for 10-year-old girls?
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Thanks to Linda for sending in the above photo of beautiful little Addie. “Thought you’d get a kick out of this picture,” she wrote over the summer. “As you can see I travel with your book everywhere!”
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Have a good weekend!
Jenny
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6 Comments

Lisa

Thanks! I honestly didn’t know about the print function or how to subscribe to the newsletter! Subscribed! 🙂

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Amanda

3 cheers for Roar, I downloaded it last night in preparation for a long run. My son heard it this morning and said, “Wow! this song makes me want to take over the world!”

Now, any plans for a DALS app?

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Awads

Before I bought the hard-copy of DALS, I was copying/pasting recipes from the blog onto a word document. so thanks for the tip! (I feel like i could start a blog of how I’m working my way through the entire cookbook!)

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Sally

That cauliflower looks incredible, going to try it tomorrow.
Also, ‘Roar’ might just be the best 27-year-old walking to catch the bus/you deserve that raise/general life pump-up anthem as well…

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