Where do you get the inspiration for your recipes and posts?
Inspiration is everywhere! 😀 I get inspiration for my recipes from a variety of sources – magazines, cookbooks, cooking shows, blogs, restaurants and from family and friends. I love using new flavors and techniques to change up classic recipes.
My favorite and most treasured source of inspiration is from the memories I have of my grandmother's cooking when I grew up on her farm as a child.
Can I substitute this ingredient with something else?
I'm all about experimenting and trying new things, so if you'd like to try substituting an ingredient, go for it! With that in mind, if you do make a substitution or use a technique other than what I mentioned in the original recipe, I can't guarantee it will turn out the same.
I tried one of your recipes but it didn't turn out. What went wrong?
That sucks – I'm sorry to hear a recipe didn't turn out for you! 🙁
It can be hard to pin point what exactly went wrong in a recipe since there are many factors involved – an ingredient may have been forgotten, is expired, was measured incorrectly, oven temperature issues or technique – or it might be something as simple as a typo on the site. I'd love to help you figure out what went wrong, so if you're really not sure about something please contact me! 🙂
I'm looking for a specific recipe/post.
If you're looking for a particular recipe, please check out my Recipe Index. On this page you can browse different recipe categories or search to find what you're looking for. If you're looking for another kind of post, you can use the search box to the left located in my sidebar.
Do you follow a particular diet?
No, I don't follow a particular diet. I enjoy a wide range of foods and eat just about whatever I please! I'm a fan of old fashioned home cooking and comfort food/soul food – especially anything cheesy, meaty, saucy, ‘noodley' or chocolatey. 😀
Many of my recipes can be adapted to suit other diets by using substitutions, etc. Since I'm not a dietitian or expert in all different diets, unfortunately I can't give specific recommendations on substitutions, etc.
Can you include the nutritional info, such as calories, etc for a recipe?
As I'm not a dietitian, unfortunately I don't feel comfortable providing the nutritional info for my recipes. Another reason I don't include specific nutritional info on the site is that the calorie amounts/data for a recipe can vary quite a bit depending on the product used. For example, mayonnaise you use in a recipe may be different than what I use (ex. product brand, lighter version, substitution, etc) – this would change the nutritional info.
To keep it simple, I leave it open for you to decide which brands and products are best for your individual diet. From time to time, I'll let you know what my favorite products/brands are and if they're also right for you – awesome! If not, that's ok too. 🙂
If you'd like, you can get a rough idea of the nutritional info for a recipe by using one of the many calorie counter websites found online.
Can I use your photo or recipe on my website or blog?
Yes, you can – provided that you:
- Include no more than ONE (1) of my photos in your post
- Include a link back to the original post
- Include proper credit
ex. Old Fashioned Chicken Soup from Scratch from Dishes & Dust Bunnies
I do not allow republication of my post or recipe text without permission. Copying my content and pasting it into your own site not only violates my copyright, it also impacts how my site (and yours!) show up in search results.
If you make a recipe from Dishes & Dust Bunnies and would like to share the results on your own blog, please re-write the recipe in your own words and include a link back to the original post. Let me know if you post something and I'll check it out! 😀
Do you accept Guest Posts on Dishes & Dust Bunnies?
Good news! Dishes & Dust Bunnies now welcomes guest posts!
Do you work with brands for sponsored posts and campaigns?
Yes, I do! If you're a brand looking for partnership, you can get in touch with me at email@example.com