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St. Patrick’s day is coming up… got any cooking plans? Here are some of the recipes shared previously on Foodwhirl.com.Guiness Corned Beef
OK, OK, I promise more arts & crafts and less web design in the near future, but I had to show this off.
Facebook pages are generally pretty boring, and I have a client who wanted a fancier facebook landing page. So I decided to create one for Foodwhirl to see how difficult it was, before I costed it for her. And, though a little complex (once I figured out that facebook was no longer supporting FBML and I needed to use iFrames, i found this great tutorial) , it wasn’t too hard for my mad web skillz.… [ KEEP READING ]
I’ve been coding my little heart out for the past week adding some new functionality to our group food blog, Foodwhirl.com. I’ve been wanting to add some new functionality to make it easier for you guys to submit your own recipes, and submit links to your food related posts.Recipe Links:
Well, I think we’re about ready with the first part of the process… So go try out the “Submit your Recipe Link” – which will let you submit a link to a food related post you’ve already published on your own blog. … [ KEEP READING ]
Thanks for all the feedback on my ‘teaching kids to read’ question the other day… lots of good input – very appreciated! If anyone else wants to weigh in, be sure to stop by :)
I’m missing my little one, who has been visiting myriad grandparents and other adventures. Will see his cute little face on Saturday!
(Here he is from a few weeks ago when
we went to the Botanical Gardens >>)
And also… If you’re a fan of Dabbled friend The Domestic Scientist, stop by and help her out… Apparently there are some great tools on the iPad for her autistic son.… [ KEEP READING ]
Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday today (for those in the States of course, others can just have a lovely day!). If you’re still trying to get into the spirit, or throwing a little party today, here are some links to get ya going!
Here’s one of my favorite party projects, from July 4th a few years ago… Shrinky Stemware Charms made from recyclable #6 plastic (like from to-go containers)!
“For the 4th of July, my husband and best friend were running the Peachtree Road Race, so I decided to have brunch at my house and invite over friends for mimosas and food.… [ KEEP READING ]