Blog Update!

Good news, French Révolutionnaries! French Revolution has been updated and now has new features:

  • Links: Most of the restaurants that I love enough to mention are now linked in grey. Click on the link, and you will be transferred to the restaurant’s home page so you can check out the menu or make a reservation. Ingredients that may be hard to find are linked to online sources so you can find whatever you need to make these recipes.
  • Email Subscription and RSS Feed: You can now subscribe to French Revolution in one of two ways. Subscribe to receive emails of new content to the right of the page in the Subscribe section. Or scroll down to the bottom of the page and sign up for an RSS Feed through Google Reader. If you have a Gmail account, you are already registered with Google Reader. Go to www.google.com/reader to sign in and subscribe, and, like with the email feed, you will receive any new French Revolution content. Please do visit the site to count as a reader once you receive your weekly email!
  • French Revolution Recipe Archive: At the bottom of the page you will find a list of all the recipes featured in French Revolution. Click on the recipe, and you will be automatically redirected to the entry in which it was included. I hope this will allow you to use French Revolution as a cookbook, so you can just click and make dinner.
  • Monthly Poll: In the right sidebar, there is now a monthly poll, so French Revolution readers can compare their preferences on French food. This month? Wine! Make sure to vote! I will include a recipe on the winner.
  • English-Metric Culinary Converter: Because I use both English and Metric units, I’ve included a link to an automatic converter, to make your life easier.
  • Blogroll: Here you will find other related blogs that I find relevant and interesting…Just consider it your personal guide to the francophile Internet.
  • Email: Email me at FrenchRevolutionFood@gmail.com
  • Sources: Here I list online sources for buying ingredients that I feature in French Revolution, or that will be useful and delicious to any modern French cook.
  • Cookbooks: I’m foremost a writer and a reader, and here I list the cookbooks that I have on my shelf and that inspire me–ones I hope you will love as well.
  • Ads: At the very bottom of the page, Google provides linking advertisements related to French cooking. Feel free to explore!

I hope you will sign up for the emails, and find French Revolution more accessible and more enjoyable, and stay tuned for this Sunday’s post! Future improvements are on their way…

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3 Responses to Blog Update!

  1. Anonymous says:

    your blog is hot!

  2. Anonymous says:

    thanks!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m your biggest fan! Well, maybe behind your parents…and Chris…
    Keeo the posts coming, I love the NYC/UK commentary.

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