When I worked in the largest honky-tonk country western dance club and restaurant in Virginia, we used to have a ‘last call’ for kitchen orders at midnight. Due to state law, another ‘last call’ for alcoholic drinks occurred at 1:30am. Some people did not like it, but most understood and went on to somewhere else.
Here at Exploding Potatoes, it’s five past midnight.
With my writing business becoming more of a business, I have acquired a domain name and a website of my own. It is more for my writing – but then again, all of my writing involves food.
Still want recipes?
No worries. The website (here) has an area where you can sign up for a monthly-ish newsletter (here.) And each newsletter will have a recipe from one of the books. Think of it as a blog, but in a different format.
Of course, these recipes won’t go away. You will still be able to access them for the foreseeable future. I think if I hid the recipe for my cheesy tater tot casserole, there might be an insurrection. I can see the pitchforks and torches coming my way now. No sir. Not for me. The recipes? They are a-stayin’.
No salesman will call.
And it goes without saying – thanks for sticking with Exploding Potatoes over the years. You all are a great bunch of folks. Truly.
DJ sends. Out.