Monday, July 11, 2011

And now the work begins...

I have been sharing my recipes with you for the last 78 weeks (390 recipes, plus a few extras), I do hope that you have tried some of them. I have updated all the recipe collections (link buttons on the right), but now the real work begins. Currently I am calculating the nutritional information for each recipe, and trying to pull all my writings and recipes into a cohesive package so that maybe I can get published.

Please continue to visit and browse through the recipes posted here. Thank you to everyone who has visited and left comments, I really appreciate you taking the time.

I wish you healthy eating.


Bob said...

You've done a marvellous job, Sphinx. I will continue to view the blog as a great resource.

I know I have gained from your efforts. Thank you. Good luck with the calculating and publishing.

Keep in touch?

Sphinx said...

Thanks for your support and comments, Bob. Who knows, I may be back with more recipes in the future - I've enjoyed blogging (your advice has been invaluable, thank you) and sharing.

Yes, I will keep in touch. x

Anonymous said...

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