Since the first post of A Pear to Remember just a few months ago, WordPress tracks the number of visitors who venture here in search of deliciously easy cuisine (3,198 as of today) .
It also displays the terms (verbatim) folks type into a search engine to find A Pear to Remember —but not your name, address, or social security number I’m afraid. Ha. It’s handy to know how daring cooks find me here, in case, say, I hoped to reach even more creaders one day (that’s cooks + readers).
Among my favorite ways readers discovered this versatile little food blog:
tupperware dose zebralook
crunchy farmer switzerland
corn farmer in benin
ugly green jell-o store-bought
nature that looks like ruffles
swiss chard burning in throat
meaning of as good as it gets
красивая еда (which translates to…???)
olives hair oil
retro kettle that looks like a pear
plain large sheets of colored glass
So your homework tonight (besides to enjoy a scrumptious TGIF meal) is to pass on A Pear to Remember—maybe to someone who thinks they don’t have time to cook elegant dinners, or that gourmet food means big bucks on exotic ingredients. We’ll remedy that.
However you found A Pear to Remember, thanks for coming. Come back soon—maybe we’ll talk about that hair oil in the hunting stove…