I got an e-mail today from FoodPress.com stating they had selected my post on the Salt Lick BBQ in Driftwood, Texas as a featured article on the FoodPress homepage. My first thought was “holy cow!” My second thought was “how cool is that?” I’m stunned, but honored. I want to say thank you to FoodPress. I don’t know how they found my little blog in a world of mega-blogs, but I am most appreciative. I’m sure the Salt Lick appreciates the publicity, too. Thank you for making me feel like a rock star, even if it is only for the briefest of moments.
FoodPress Feature – How cool is that?
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12 responses to “FoodPress Feature – How cool is that?”
Hey, I’m proud of ya!!! Way to go, don’t forget me….
Thanks, Kaki. I could never forget you, my friend. Not that fame is kicking down my door, but I’d still never forget you!
Congratulations! Well deserved.
That is way cool. I can see why they chose your blog; I want some brisket and coleslaw now!!! You know what a fool I am for cobbler. Sounds like to girls road trip for the weekend!!! :)
Yum!! And so exciting!! Congrats!!
It was a very nice night – 4 generations of family gathered around smokey meat. Thanks, honey! Mommy loves you.
Well, just look at you Miss Thang! I take off for a few days and you went and got famous! :P Congrats! That’s very cool!! :)
I love that ‘alter of meat’ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!
I don’t think it qualifies as famous, but it was a lot of fun! Thanks for the chuckle.
I don’t eat meat but the Salt Lick is one of my favorite places! Gorgeous setting (none better than the Hill Country), yummy smells and enough side dishes to make a vegetarian happy. Good for you!
Hey, P.U.B – thanks for visiting! I agree, the veggie sides at Salt Lick stand on their own. I especially love their sesame coleslaw. Maybe I’ll see you there some day!