Hi everyone,Â I’m going to be changing the blog up a bit (like cleaning out the gajillion pointless categories and decluttering the tags for starters) and a few other things. Â All this requires a bit of a break while I move things around and make everything sparkly clean and makeovery. Â Plus I need to find more time to go op shopping 😉
You can catch me on Twitter @Veganopoulous
See you when I get back!
Veganopoulous is expecting you!
I’ve done what I always swore I wouldn’t do… I’ve signed up to Twitter. I tend to shy away from social networking types of things because my usage of them can quickly escalate, meaning I am distracted from Real Life stuff. But I’ve received quite a few messages asking if I’m on Twitter so I decided to give it a go. I’ll be using it pretty much mainly as a tie-in with the blog, taking pictures around my beautiful home town and the occasional display of really bad humour.
Hi folks, I’ve been cleaning the blog a little lately. Â My tags were a bit of a mess, so I’ve gone through all my posts and allocatedÂ them to more sense-making tags and categories. It’s still not ideal but I’m messing around with some ideas and, time permitting, I might be jazzing things up a bit more soon.
First up, you may have noticed a new page up there called Eateries. Â On this page, I have listed by suburb all the dining places I’ve blogged about. Â Clicking on the suburb’s name will take you to all blog posts tagged with [suburb name]. Â Clicking on an individual eatery name will take you to all blog posts for that eatery. Â Eatery seems a weird word to me, but there you go. Â I can’t say restaurant, because not everything is a restaurant. I’d also have to say cafe, standing service only, truck, etc! Â So ‘eatery’ seemed the easier fit!
Hi folks, I’m on a blogging break for a week so please forgive me if I don’t answer comments!
Welcome! Â I became vegan in early-ish 2012 (yeeeeears too late *sigh*) and am now in the process of trial and error when it comes to finding vegan dishes my family will eat. Â I sneak vegies in to foods. Â I lie without hesitation. Â But hey, if it tastes good and they eat it, I’ll risk the bad karma.
I’ll be posting about recipes I’ve tried and how the critics rated them. Â My most creative critic is my eight year old son. Â “No offence Mummy, but this looks like super compressed tiny balls of poop”. Â See what I mean? Â Buckwheat never sounded so good.
As I don’t want to use the names of my children here, I’ve had to think up some suitable nicknames. Â One of their Â favourite TV shows (and mine *cough*) is Arthur. Â Now, Arthur is eight years old like my son. Â And his little sister DW is four years old, like my daughter. Â At the time of trying to think up nicknames, these seem suitable enough. Â So here are my Arthur and my DeeW (let’s spell it that way), in a most realistic representation:
Thanks for visiting and I hope you stick around Â 🙂