Tuesday, January 27, 2009

News!

I got some exciting foodie-related news on Friday that I was waiting until it was all confirmed to share with you. Now, everything seems settled enough to tell you all that...

I am going to be a food columnist for a magazine published out of Miramichi, New Brunswick called Bread 'n Molasses!

This opportunity came to me via the miracle of blogging. Kellie Underhill has been reading my Wandering Coyote blog and this one for a while, and she's also the editor of Bread 'n Molasses. On Friday, she contacted me and asked if I'd be willing to contribute a column with a recipe for the magazine because they were in need of someone to take it over.

So now I can officially call myself a food columnist! I am totally stoked!

12 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Congratulations! That's so great!!!

Cheers,

Rosa

Judith said...

Congratulations! This is the perfect combination of your education! Writing and cooking!Good Luck.

Meg said...

That is amazing! CONGRATS!

Nate-n-Annie said...

Congratulations! I'm really happy for you. Onward and upward!

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

That is awesome! Congrats! :)

Debbie said...

Congratulations! How exciting!

Mam said...

What a small world. Congrats! I live in the Miramichi as well. My daughter wrote articles for the magazine when she lived here. Talk about six degrees of separation.......very happy for you!

Joanna said...

congratulations!! that is such a great accomplishment, my friend. you deserve it. you should post your columns on your blog after they are published. i'd love to read them.

Helene said...

This is great news. I used to live close to that town in NB. Once I was invited at the Chief of Police of Miramichi for a Lobster fest. It was great and he did not charge me a penny.

Navita said...

Hey Congratulations dear...so happy for u !:)May be you can critique my posts too...lol.

sp said...

Congratulations! That is such great news! Well done. BTW I use to love bread and molasses when I was a kid. I'd put butter on the bread first and then smother it in molasses. Maybe this is a New Brunswick tradition (since I grew up there)?

Wandering Coyote said...

Thanks for your comments everyone! I really appreciate the support!

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