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Shaking things up at the T-Stop

Submitted by on January 2, 2011 – 4:24 pmNo Comment

Happy New Year!

You may have noticed that posting around here has slowed to a trickle, and that trickle actually froze in the Day After Christmas Blizzard of ’10. With so many fun and engaging projects on my desk (Kitchen Play and Eat, Write, Retreat to name a few) posting rejected food photos with clever titles took an unintended knee in the waning days of last year.

To keep things interesting, I have decided to change the format slightly from the current posting schedule. First, let me say that many things will stay the same. TasteStopping will continue to publish all rejected photos submitted, along with the rejection commentary and links provided. Also, fresh content will continue to be published in the Drive-Thru area. The BYO section will continue to accept guest posts.

So here’s the one (and only) change that you may notice. Only one photo each day will be chosen to be profiled on the main page with a catchy title. I guess that you could say that in this way, TasteStopping will now be the Food Un-Porn Daily of the blogging community. All other submissions will be posted in the index, fully visible on the homepage of TasteStopping.

And if the links above didn’t inspire you to click, let me remind you about Kitchen Play (your chance to find a paying assignment for your recipe development, or to win cold hard cash for trying the recipes each month) and Eat, Write, Retreat (the best food blogging conference to hit the East Coast in, well, forever!) I hope you will check both projects out and let me know if you have any questions. If you look closely, you’ll even find my photo on each site (thankfully un-rejected at this time!).

Here’s to creating great things together in 2011!

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