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19 comments on Subscribe to the Smitten Kitchen Weekly Digest

  1. Cynthia Spigarelli

    I love your clear directions with pictures. I haven’t had a single flop with your recipes, and appreciate that you make me look good to those I’m feeding…

  2. Jayne

    Thank You!I just read one of your articles where you state you didn’t want to make something because you made it before, 2 years ago, I too don’t like to make the same stuff over and over. I am constantly trying new recipes and having food experiments. It is wonderful to know I am not alone!

    Jayne

  3. Amy

    Thank you for your comments in today’s newsletter You were eloquent and to the point, and given these troubling and terrible times, where indeed presumptions of guilt and chasms of disparity for people of color are the norm, cannot be left unremarked upon. I imagine you could get push back and wanted to send support

  4. Ellen L

    Your food blog is the only one I subscribe to. When I’m looking for something to cook or bake, I always check to see if you have a relevant recipe. I’ve gotten recipes from many other blogs, but with yours I actually read what you have to say. You are always, honest and frank, and speak about food as if you were in my head speaking for me. And when you do feel compelled to address something other than food, I agree wholeheartedly with the values you express. You are always thoughtful and forthright in your expression, whether it’s about produce you just purchased at the farmer’s market or BLM. I’ll forever be a fan. Thank you for the light you shine in the world.

  5. Deb, thank you for the excellent NYT article. I totally agree as do others I’ve shared/discussed it with. We are a tiny but amazing startup company that has lived through this pandemic with a total family-first attitude regardless of the cost. We’ve seen this scenario you describe with cherished employees who are incredibly stressed trying to walk the tightrope between responsible home schooling/parenting and growing this mission-driven business they passionately love.

    We have little hope of any immediate solution from federal or state governments but intend to support our parents through this season in every way we can.

    Any insights or inspiration as a result of your article would be greatly appreciated. Also any suggestions how we in the small business community can positively influence policy are welcome.

    Thanks, Deb!

  6. Joellen Perry

    Hello, I don’t see anywhere else to comment on this so while I’m not writing to say anything about the newsletter I didn’t want to miss a chance to say OUTSTANDING about your column in the NYT today. Bravo. And thank you.

  7. I can’t wait to start using these recipes. I’m excited about so many of them.
    The positive comments assured me that they are easy to follow. Starting with the herb summer squash and potato torte tonight!

  8. Poppy Denker

    Just stumbled across y’all. Looking at recipes and really loving it! When are you going to do an app? That would be awesome!

  9. Becki Roberts

    Hello!
    I am wondering if you ever use recipe testers (home cooks) to test recipes for your newsletter or cookbook? I am recently retired, love to cook and try new recipes! I’ve been a recipe tester for America’s Test Kitchen and Jenn Segal for her new cookbook.
    If you have recipe testers, I’d love to volunteer!
    Thanks!
    Becki Roberts

    1. deb

      Thank you — I’m not hiring any recipe testers at this time (I usually only do so for cookbooks) but feel free to shoot me an email and I can keep it on file for when I’m hiring, although I haven’t yet decided what approach I’ll use this time.

  10. Judy Margolin

    Hi: just wanted to let you know that we love the site and the chocolate cake recipe. But FYI, as a lawyer, you need to put a privacy policy and terms of use on this website. You’re collecting personal information and you need to cover yourself. Just thought you’d want to know.

  11. liz plam

    trying to print two different recipes…then I tried to send an email…all attempts have been thwarted..saying that either, images are still loading try again later..OR your email is not a good address, check my emails…

    before I get my IT guy/husband to check it out I wanted to see if the Recipe Search thing that I need to sign up for is the only way I can get a recipe printed…

    thanks for your time

    1. deb

      Hi Liz — There is a print icon that leads to a print template at the bottom of each recipe, where it says “DO MORE:” You can also click CTRL or ⌘ + P from any recipe post and it will take you to a streamlined print template. You can email me through the Contact form on the site: https://smittenkitchen.com/contact/