Saturday, October 24, 2009

Organized Archives

We are coming up on the 1 year anniversary of the Clean Up Clear Out blog! Perhaps not everyone who reads this has been following it from the beginning, but this blog started when I challenged myself to the 10 day Master Cleanse. I had decided that blogging my experience would keep me in line and help to share the cleansing process with my friends and family. I really enjoyed the kind of checking in, self maintenance, reflection, and journaling, blogging allowed and then realized that if I were to continue I wanted to share a little more with the readers. So the blog slowly evolved from different diets to just what's cooking in my kitchen, allowing me to share new foods as well as continue to experiment myself. As I've gone through different food phases my blog has too, and so I wanted to make the archives a little easier to follow. Since my last post was "crock pot chicken" and it has been a long time since one may have seen a new "green" introduced, I thought it best to make those recipes easier to find. So along with my cute and clever blog titles, I have now included the recipe that can be found with that post. I hope this encourages readers to jump around a little more and try recipes that may have been posted before they joined our blog bandwagon. So for all readers new and old, may I encourage you to check out or revisit some of the greens recipes or soups...I never did try a "dessert diet", perhaps I should give that one a whirl next! Head back to last January and get a taste of the more seasonal dishes from that time. AND Stay tuned...Next Post...Vegetable Pot Pie! Never want to miss a chance to wrap vegetables in pie crust!

Oh yeah..and here's another picture of my adorable baby boy...

2 comments:

Madeline Rains said...

You rule, Persephone! I will love finding things more easily and will tell others. My first baby knitting project is for Butternut! I have the front and sleeve finished and now just need another sleeve and a back for a sweater. Tell him not to grow too quickly. : ) Oh! And I'm making your butternut squash (stuffed one) tonight.

Anonymous said...

Persephone I love your blog now recommend it to all my friends and they get to see my cutest grandbaby ever. Thanks for taking the time to make it easier, how did you do that by the way...in you spare time ?? wink wink. xoxl Mom