On Becoming a Twit

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It seems like forever since I’ve posted a recipe.  Don’t worry, though, it certainly isn’t because I haven’t been cooking.  In fact, in the last week I’ve made a potato-carrot casserole (pics and recipe to be posted tonight, hopefully), five kinds of ice cream, a strawberry-peach-rhubarb crumble and some strawberry granola, not to mention the constantly thrown together snacks and lunches that take just a few minutes.

It’s those quickly thrown together things that got me thinking.  They’re not really “recipes” that call for a full post and so many times I just don’t have the time to stop and take pictures.  But I do want to share them with you, if for no other reason than to demonstrate that this whole food, gluten-free, healthy cooking thing doesn’t have to take a lot of time or 20, 000 ingredients .  So, it’s Twitter to the rescue.

I’ll admit it’s taken me a long time to warm up to this idea.  Between the blog, Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn I’ve wondered how I could fit in one more thing.   But what’s great about WordPress is how my Twitter posts will be automatically updated to my blog.  All I did was update my Twitter profile (up to this point basically neglected), add my widget and voila!  Twitter updates for all to see.

I’m looking forward to being able to share so much more with you now!

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