Welcome Back!

ImageWell, it’s been a while, hasn’t it, since my original Abouteating.com site, having had a successful and interactive run for over a decade, decided to “vanish” into cyberspace. Yes, I’m being simplistic about what happened, since I’m about as low tech as you can get.

First, a bit of history as to how Abouteating.com began its creative life….my friend John Wall, approached me way back when about starting a site. John is an IT expert and at the time was building websites in his spare time. (John is now Vice President Content & Creative at QVC).  John not only spearheaded the site, he was the person who developed my UTube channel and videos, along with Justin Hawthorne, my partner at Union Township TV.  John has been my go-to-guru all these years, and without him, Abouteating.com would not have been featured on The Today Show among the successful UTube video sites for the first 5 years. So, thank you, John, for a bunch of reasons!

Now we’ve started all over, in a manner of speaking, this time with friend and neighbor, Erin Phillips of Phillips Farm,  maneuvering the high tech highway for me. Erin worked on developing the visuals and building back the site, finding some archived articles on the web.

Since we don’t have the original complete content, let me know if there’s something you remembered seeing but is not here. I’m sure I can find it in my files.

That’s where we are today, and I’m so appreciative you’ve decided to come back, too.

Blessings!

Rita

 

 

6 thoughts on “Welcome Back!

  1. Welcome Back – I love your recipes. I came back looking for your pretzel recipe from a couple years ago at lent but was unable to find it and would love to see it added if possible. However coming back to you site I found the Cranberry Almond Biscotti and Turkey/Chicken & No Peek Dumplings which I plan on trying out this weekend.

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      1. Hi Rita – It was a recipe that you had shared several years ago on Son Rise Morning Show on Sacred Heart Radio. If I remember correctly in the recipe you explained how the twist of the pretzel was supposed to represent praying. Not sure if this helps 🙂

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