July – reader request month!

July 1, 2010

Can you believe how fast this year is racing by?  What’s up with that??  Suddenly, it’s July.  The good news is, that means it’s reader request month!  I’m a little scared, and a lot excited about this experiment!  I’m putting my reputation (ha!) in your hands, so don’t do me wrong!  So, how does it work?

Simple.  If you’re a registered subscriber to loveysoven*, go ahead and leave a comment on this post, telling me what you’d like to see show up on these pages.  It can be something I’ve made a zillion times, or something completely new.  Oddly enough, there are some fairly straightforward things that I’ve either never tried, or never made successfully.  And no, I won’t tell you what they are.  Just know that if you inadvertently pick one, you can a) force me to try things that intimidate me, and b)watch me flop around like a fish out of water while I try to figure it out.  Either way, fabulous or failure, I’ll share the results here.**

I promise to make at least one selection from each subscriber.  Maybe more, depending on response levels.  And if this post remains completely commentless (I can’t even think about that!), then I have a backup plan (looking at you, doc).

Anywho, hope you have as much fun with this as I intend to.  Now bring it on!!!

*if you’re not a subscriber and would like to be, see this post with super-simple instructions on how to subscribe.  Once you’ve confirmed, hop back over here and tell me what you want!

**results may or may not be shared with the requestor as well, depending on a variety of factors.



  1. pasting from the earlier post:

    yeah, that’s what i want to see, the lemon crinkle cookies gluten free.

  2. Pauline Bread! Need the recipe?

  3. I hear you make something with key lime!!! OMG my favorite….even better than chocolate…go figure.

  4. Please make a peach pie with sugared lattice crust. mmm mmm mmm.

  5. Martha Stewarts Lemon – Thyme cookies….I’ll give you the recipe…but that peach pie request up above sounds delightful!

  6. Make these:


    or this:


    in honor of your Canadian girls. (And don’t forget to save me a sample!)


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