The Kitchn.com Blog Awards Finals!

Chef Sally Jane Elsewhere, Events

52fd642f697ab06c99001fe0._w.270_s.fit_Over the weekend my blog had enough nominations (thank you everyone who voted!) to be put through to the FINALS of thekitchn.com’s Homies Awards in the Cooking Blogs Abroad category.  Now there is another round of voting that will take place until Wednesday at midnight.  I’m thrilled to be included in such an elite group – David Lebovitz, Chocolate & Zucchini, and From The Kitchen are all among the ten blogs in the finals.  Now, I doubt very much I’ll win, but the increase in traffic and acknowledgement of all the hard work I’ve put into An American Chef In London over the past two years, is reward enough.  Please do show your support and help a girl out (not finishing last would be nice).  Here’s how to vote in detail as quite a few of you were confused during the nomination period last week. Thank you so much for taking a couple of minutes out of your day (and even if you don’t, thanks for reading my blog because at the end of the day that’s what counts)!

 

How to vote:

2. If you didn’t vote in the first round you must register – click on account – “register”  (if you did, simply login)
3. fill in boxes as you like
4. Click “register” button
5. You will receive a confirmation email at the email address you supplied, you will then need to click where indicated to verify that you are registered (otherwise your vote won’t count)

0 thoughts on “The Kitchn.com Blog Awards Finals!

  1. First of all I want to say awesome blog!
    I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you do not mind.
    I was curious to know how you center yourself and clear your thoughts before writing.
    I’ve had difficulty clearing my thoughts in getting my thoughts out.
    I truly do take pleasure in writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are lost simply just trying to figure out how to
    begin. Any suggestions or tips? Cheers!

    1. I’m so glad to know you enjoy it! As for the writing part….I often gather my thoughts while I’m actually cooking. The story and how I hope to tell it percolates in my head for a while so when I sit down to write it comes pretty easily. When I’m really stuck I’ll just force myself to write and eventually what the post is really about will come to the forefront and I rewrite the top after that.
      Hope this has helped and please come back for more stories from my kitchen!

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