Comment Policy

I welcome all comments that come from actual people for the purpose of exchanging information. If you would like to increase your chances of your comment appearing, follow these simple rules:

  • Make sure your user name is an actual name. Not many moms have named their children “pediatric dentist” or “raspberry ketones.” Those raise red flags. If you use a “keyword” as your name and your comment is anything short of brilliant, I will trash it immediately. In fact, if it’s brilliant, I may miss it entirely as I click the “trash” button.

  • Make sure your comment fits the post. If it’s generic, perhaps proclaiming how brilliant I am, thank you in advance for the compliment and I apologize for trashing your comment (but I will do so without a second thought).
  • Make sure your comment has substance. If you write “Mmmm. Sounds great” and you are not a regular contributor here, your comment will end up in the trash can.
  • Make sure your comment is not hateful, not that recipes inspire much hate but if they do, I’ll delete the comment.

Thanks for playing.