Monday, September 21, 2009

I'm on the move ...

Flour Girl is proud to be the newest member of the Chicago Now family, a growing collection of blogs brought together by the Chicago Tribune.

The Chicago Now project aims to create a community among bloggers and readers. I'm tickled to be a part of it.

Readers of this site will automatically be re-directed to my new site at Chicago Now. And soon, all of my archived posts will make their way there, too. (In the meantime, though, if you're having trouble finding a recipe or something, please ask me for help.)

Don't worry -- I'm only changing addresses. I'll still be serving up the same tasty recipes and cooking-school adventures as before.

Since I don't have to bribe any of you to come over and schlep my couch or heft boxes for this move, here's what I need from you:

1. Re-direct your bookmarks, readers, brain-chip implants, etc. to the new, Chicago Now home of Flour Girl here.

2. Comment. Comment. Comment. The whole idea of this thing is to generate community, so don't be shy. I promise I'll write back, too.

3. I love my loyal readers from all over the country and the world. It warms my heart to see clicks from Malaysia and Sweden and Singapore. So, please keep reading. But under my new contract with Chicago Now, I do get a few pennies for Chicago-area eyeballs. So, if you live here or have friends or family here, please tell them to check me out so I can keep buying sacks of flour.


  1. Congratulations, Heather. Not just on the move to a new (and hopefully more visible) site but also on your resolve to run a marathon. I've done it once. There's no getting around it: It's an ordeal. But, boy, is there a great sense of accomplishment. Pack a few loaves of challah with you to complement the liquids and you'll be fine!

  2. Thanks, George. I've only done one other marathon -- and it was in Portland. But that was years ago. But I feel pretty good after my 20-miler yesterday (definitely slower than in my 20s and pre-child, though!). We'll see how I do on Oct. 11. Thanks for your kind words of encouragement!

  3. Congrats! I updated my RSS reader for the new site! :)

  4. I'm glad to be the Singapore part of your bean counter!

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