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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

A Meta Blog Moment (Alternate Title: The Secret of the Gingered Tuna Salad)

As I was leaving Rosewood Market today, one of the employees walking in said, "Oh, hi! It's the Vegannaise."

"Awesome! Thanks!"

Wait a second. How did they know I couldn't quite figure out their Gingered Tuna Salad recipe? The creaminess eluded me.

As I well know, it's easy to figure out who links to or references your website. If I can do it, it can't be that hard. I'm mildly amused by the fact that people have arrived at my site after these searches:

"ruths chris filet recipe"
"botox before getting pregnant"
"ate unrefrigerated cream cheese icing while pregnant" [Note: I'm not a medical professional, but I wouldn't sweat this one.]
"children sunday school lesson plan to print"
"lamb chop gravy"

I apologize to the folks who came looking for Ruths' Chris filet recipe only to find a negative review (written by someone - me - who has never been there) and a great filet recipe. Well, I don't apologize for the recipe; I hope some of them were brave enough to try it. And I hope I didn't send someone like myself into more of a panic with my rant about teaching Sunday school. I also apologize for the absence of a lamb chop gravy recipe. I'll get right on that. I actually have some lamb chops in the freezer, so that may happen sooner rather than later. I'm thinking something with dried apricots. I hope no one was disappointed.

Anyhow, the nice people at Rosewood found my Blog and figured out it was me. Maybe because I had harassed half the staff about the recipe two days ago. Mystery solved. And, I might add, a perfect example of the advantages of shopping local businesses. Hooray!

Namasté, y'all!

P.S. I think a spoonful or so of the Vegannaise would work. A little goes a long way.

1 comment:

Brenda said...

It is a very small internet sometimes, but it still feels weird when the online world and real world intersect unexpectedly!