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A trip down mammary lane
June 14, 2010 – 8:00 am | 14 Comments
A trip down mammary lane

It’s hard to measure a year. I can’t simply mark days, what with Leap Day every fourth year and NO Leap Day on years ending in “00” wherein the first two numbers are not divisible …

TasteStopping to Launch Progressive Party Blogging Event Series
June 11, 2010 – 8:33 am | 55 Comments
TasteStopping to Launch Progressive Party Blogging Event Series

For immediate release
Contact:
Casey Benedict
PO Box 65
Malvern, PA  19355
Phone: 610-322-8035
Email: casey@tastestopping.com 
TasteStopping to Launch Progressive Party Blogging Event Series
Malvern, PA—June 11, 2010—In a move designed to connect food and drink bloggers with food industry professionals, TasteStopping is …

You blog too much. Here’s one big idea that can help.
June 7, 2010 – 8:30 am | 34 Comments
You blog too much. Here’s one big idea that can help.

That’s right, I said, “You blog too much.” We’re friends, so I can say that, right? I’ve been meaning to tell you that for a while, but couldn’t find a graceful way to slip it …

A TasteStopping S’mores Tasting Party
June 1, 2010 – 9:00 am | 7 Comments
A TasteStopping S’mores Tasting Party

Just in time for summer, ten TasteStopping friends received a packaged filled with goodies from RegionalBest.com. The famed Gourmet S’mores Kits had arrived, and the lucky blogger recipients began tearing into luxuriant chocolates, fresh vanilla …

Camp Blogaway Greatest Hits
May 24, 2010 – 9:00 am | 4 Comments
Camp Blogaway Greatest Hits

For a week now I’ve been racking my brain to write a suitable follow-up to my first post about Camp Blogaway. The challenge is by no means a lack of material but rather how to …

Knockers Up
May 17, 2010 – 1:47 pm | 22 Comments
Knockers Up

 

This weekend I went to camp.
At 7,000 feet in San Bernardino National Forest, I slept in a cabin, shared a bunk bed, drank mountain spring water, made s’mores over a crackling fire, supped with fellow …

S’more treats from RegionalBest.com and TasteStopping
May 3, 2010 – 8:00 am | 31 Comments
S’more treats from RegionalBest.com and TasteStopping

Today is a very special day at TasteStopping. Not only will I continue to share with you some of the finest rejected and fresh food photography from around the culinary blogosphere, but today I can …

One or s’more reasons to attend Camp Blogaway
April 20, 2010 – 8:00 am | 2 Comments
One or s’more reasons to attend Camp Blogaway

When I received a call last spring from Marsha Cade at RegionalBest.com, I had no idea that what began as her quest for the best whoopie pie would take me on a cross-country adventure. And …

Feeding your inner foodie on the road
April 13, 2010 – 9:00 am | 6 Comments
Feeding your inner foodie on the road

When Casey wondered whether I would like to write a guest post for Tastestopping, I was very flattered.  Then, I panicked – what on earth do I have to share with Tastestopping readers?  Great writing …

Seeking to be sponsored to a blogging conference? Here are five effective opportunities to promote your sponsor.
March 15, 2010 – 10:17 am | 2 Comments

You’ve heard the buzz… “find a sponsor to pay for your attendance at (fill in the blogging conference).” What’s in it for the sponsor? An expectation of having full-blown visibility on-site. But hold your horses; …

Improving your photography
March 10, 2010 – 5:00 pm | 3 Comments
Improving your photography

For my first guest post on Tastestopping, I thought I’d offer two quick tips for improving your food photography. Now, these tips aren’t necessarily going to get your photos on the other food p-rn sites …

Inspiration and Leaving Your Comfort Zone
March 4, 2010 – 5:52 pm | 9 Comments
Inspiration and Leaving Your Comfort Zone

Inspiration and Leaving Your Comfort Zone
by Kelly Jaggers

Every picture in the collage above was inspired by something – a memory, fast food, family recipes, or something I tasted that I wanted to make at home.
Inspiration …