Hello! I've neglected my blog a bit (and my Following/reading list started to get unwieldy over the holidays as well!). I'm ready to dive back in though- I'm trying to post at least a couple of times a week, I've weeded out blogs from my Reader that I'm no longer interested in, and I want to discover some NEW, GREAT BLOGS! I blog about making and finding delicious food, our occasional adventures around the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area, my family, and my preschool daughter "Munch" who was the inspiration for my blog's name, because of her eagerness to try and taste everything we encounter! I'm interested in finding blogs with a similar focus on food, family, and home and NOT interested in product-review blogs -unless they have some REAL relevance to your life! I'd love for you to pop in for a visit at Can I Taste It Now? to learn more about us and if you leave your link, I'd love to learn more about you as well! Thanks!

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I just started a baking blog. Check it out. http://jamielz.blogspot.com
Thanks for the link Jamie- I'm now following your blog!
:) janice

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