I’ve been a bit bogged down this week, so do me a favor and entertain yourselves by plugging in a search term over there in the upper right hand corner and see what comes up. Maybe something good. Maybe not, but maybe so.
I had the good folks at Lijit index my site to make it more easily searchable in case you (okay, I) remember seeing a recipe for something but can’t seem to find it in the archives. My posts don’t always seem to come up on Google, I’ve noticed. Plus, then I’m competing with everyone else who’s more popular than I am.
The search bar is also an anonymous way to request recipes you’d like to see. My account saves the search terms so if I get a lot of searches for, say, homemade corned beef, why I just might set aside my Chestnut Farms beef brisket for that very purpose. No guarantees, but let’s automatically assume that I’ll definitely be making homemade corned beef at some point. The search function will also help my dad finally complete his graph of profanity he’s been working so hard on. Accuracy is very important to him.
Hey, I like this idea of putting my readers to work. Soon I’ll have you writing all my blog posts for me while I lounge atop a giant pile of sliced corned beef shavings in little more than an apron. Luckily, I’m sure my readership is above typing any questionable search parameters into the engine, right?
I guess we’ll find out.