Happy New Year Everyone!
I am so excited (read: terrified) to announce that Dinner: A Love Story is growing up. As of this week, you’ll find all new DALS content over at my brand new Substack platform.
If you are like me, and detest transitions, you will probably need some reassurance right away and so here it is:
Nothing terrible is happening! In fact it’s the opposite! I will continue to post recipes, news about The Weekday Vegetarians, and the “Pantry, Project, Purpose” series a few times a week, and you can access all that the same way you’ve always accessed it. The biggest difference is that now my posts will also automatically be delivered to your inbox, newsletter-style.
All of this will be FREE as always!
The fun part is that this new platform allows me to experiment with new ways to create a tighter community, so if you decide to become a paid subscriber, that means you’ll get content on top of what you’re used to: additional recipes and subscriber-only access to live chats with me about menu ideas (i.e., Tell Me What’s in Your Fridge), reader Q+A’s, comment threads, podcasts, personalized, insider book previews, detailed daily vacation itineraries, and a lot more I’m sure I’ll come up with as we go along.
Of course, you’ll also be supporting Dinner: A Love Story as it heads into its next decade — and that means more to me than you can imagine.
After blogging for ten years, all of this feels new and interactive and in spite of my terror, I’m really fired up to see what we can do with it. As my new favorite person Alexi Pappas says, “Pay attention to when you’re nervous. It usually means something exciting is happening.”
If you’re already a DALS newsletter subscriber, but you want to try out the upgrades, or if you’re not a subscriber, you can do either of those things here (it takes 2.5 seconds). If you can’t remember whether you’re a newsletter subscriber or not, that link will tell you.
To continue follow me via RSS feed, you’ll need to add this URL to your RSS reader: https://dinneralovestory.substack.com/feed.
Whatever reading plan you choose, recipes for that delicious looking zero-cream creamy pasta and these brothy braised beans are waiting for you!
As my old tennis coach, Jackie used to ask: Questions? Comments? Derogatory Remarks? Ask away below!