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All recipes in this blog are the result of real home cooking. Not all our home cooked meals end up in the blog though — only those that we are happy and proud to recommend get published.
When I say “we”, I am referring to myself, my husband and our two daughters. We all cook.
We don’t hire recipe developers to create content for this blog.
We don’t accept guest posts.
We don’t do sponsored posts either.
We buy the ingredients, cooking utensils, kitchen equipment and dinnerware. We take our own photos and, whenever there is an opportunity, we create videos too — with cameras that we paid for.
In other words, this is “old school” food blogging. We are not a mouthpiece for “brands”. If we make an occasional product recommendation, it means we paid for it and we really like it.