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Geekiness and Guest Posts

by doniree on March 22, 2010 · 1 comment

If there’s anything that can make me completely lose track of time and space, it’s getting caught up in blog-hacking particularly within the Thesis framework (that both this blog and my personal blog are built on).  Call me a total geek girl, but it’s so easy to lose myself in Thesis hooks and figuring out how not to break .php code, when I don’t know the first thing about it anyway.

That being said, that’s basically what I did last night with the help of Jenn, Matt, Chris, and Jamie Varon via Jenn – and this here blog redesign is the result.  There are still tweaks I’m working on, but the framework is up and running and I’m ready to really blow this place out.

Keeping the Nomad in NomadicFoodie

So far, I’m not traveling this year nearly as much as I did last year (but you never know, it’s early…), so my focus has largely been on discovering the delicious foodie finds here in my new hometown of Boulder, Colorado.  It’s all new to me – the places and this city itself – but to keep things nomadic and diversified here on the food blog, I’m turning to other experts on other cities to help me explore deliciousness from all over.

That includes you.

I’d love your take on your hometown or your favorite vacation spot, or really anything travel/foodie related that you’d like to share.  Let me know if you’d like to guest post here, and I’ll get you all set up and scheduled!

First Up – Bay Area

The first guest post this week comes from Jeremy Orr from San Francisco, and will go up on Wednesday.  After that?  You’ll see a healthy smattering here of my Colorado explorations and Test Kitchen experiments, as well as YOUR nods and recommendations elsewhere.

Interested?  Let’s chat!  Leave a comment with your city/idea (or send me an email), and we’ll get moving in no time.

Allez cuisine, bon apetite, etc., etc.,

~ Doniree, The Nomadic Foodie

doniree

Doniree is based in Portland, Oregon, where she is pretty damn thrilled about the Pacific Northwest's focus on local and seasonal food and great wine. When she's not at home, she's on the hunt for the best brunch, the best happy hour, and the best whiskey bar a city has to offer.

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Galen Struwe March 22, 2010 at 5:23 am

I love your site. Nice work!

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