I want to stress that this is a blog written for MY enjoyment and for YOUR entertainment. Please feel free to write comments, suggestions, constructive criticism, praise, especially praise, and figurative high-fives. Please let me know if there is a certain recipe you’d like me to try out, I’d be more than happy to. And please keep nasty, unconstructive comments to yourself if you can. Like, if you think I’m ugly, or fat, in my photo. I really don’t like those comments.

If you are a family member or friend, please respect our privacy while commenting (i.e. no last names please).

And here’s some dumbed down legaleeze for you.

1) This is where I tell you, the reader, to read at your own risk. Huh? I don’t know either.

2) I am the legal copyright master of all the images posted on this blog. It may not be used, reprinted or published without my written consent. And please DO NOT remove the watermarks I have stamped on each photo. They are there for a reason, and removing them is considered stealing.

3) You are only supposed to read this for fun. And also at your own risk, again.

4) I won’t put you on a spam list. And I won’t sell your information to other companies. I am also not responsible for the privacy practices of my advertisers or blog commenters.

5) I reserve the right to totally change this website into a photoblog of my cats, someday, if I so choose to.

6) This is where I explain that I am not responsible for the actions of my advertisers or sponsors. If you have an issue with something you purchased from an advertisement on my blog, you take it up with the company.

7) If you write a letter or e-mail to me, I have the right to post it on my blog. And it better not be a nasty letter or e-mail, because it will be quite embarrassing.

14 Thoughts on “Disclaimer

  1. Rachel Veronica Lawrence on June 15, 2010 at 10:20 pm said:

    Ya! You tell ‘em sister! :)

  2. Lady_P on August 5, 2010 at 9:12 pm said:

    OMG ! You’re a real person with real food ! I love it ! Me and my household are huge foodies too ! Loving it !
    And the photos help so much ! ( I was perusing, for instance, your spring roll recipe and the photos help me understand how to roll ) …. Great job ! I will be visiting you most every day now ! I love your enthusiasm and passion for great food !

  3. Lady P – I hope your spring rolls will be a success! Thanks for visiting my site and I’m glad I could be of help :)

  4. Trina on April 18, 2012 at 9:24 pm said:

    Just found your blog and I am enjoying reading it and have bookmarked a couple of recipes to try. Wanted to ask, do you mind if I “pin” some of your recipes to Pinterest?

  5. Trina – Be my guest and pin away! Thanks for visiting my site and I’m glad you enjoy reading it.

  6. Trina on April 19, 2012 at 1:31 pm said:

    Thanks, Candy! I started reading your blog with the latest post, and have worked my way back…right now I am at Dec 15, 2009. I’ve enjoyed your blogging style, your recipes and your honesty.

    I’ve noticed all the restaurant reviews from when you used to live in Cali, but my question now is, have you visited the dim sum restaurants in Ga since moving here, and if so, do you like one more than the other?

    I have family in Cali and from visiting there and eating the dim sum in San Jose, I have not found a restaurant in Atl that can compare, but Canton House on Buford Hwy is the best I’ve found so far. I would love to hear your opinion though.

    I have your blog feed saved in my RSS feed now, so I look forward to reading your posts going forward now!

  7. Trina – I can’t find any dim sum in ATL that compares to NYC or san jose either. After eating dim sum in ATL I always find myself saying, ‘it’s ok for Atlanta standards’. The best we found is also Canton House, for their dim sum and their dinners. I felt bad when the manager asked where we were from and we said, New York, and he apologized beforehand saying their food can’t compare to our standards, haha (the service definitely is better than most NY restaurants, though). Second would have to be a tie between Royal China and Pearl Seafood. I haven’t done any reviews but I should bring my camera and do a few. But I can say that ATL dim sum does trump San Diego’s.

    Do you recommend any Korean BBQ joints here? We haven’t been to any yet.

    Since we live 30+miles from buford hwy, we sometimes go to Penang for quick fixes of asian food. They serve malaysian, thai and chinese food, and tastes pretty close to authentic. They give us great service too.

  8. Trina on April 19, 2012 at 4:19 pm said:

    I live west of Atl, so everything is a drive for me (Canton House is a 1 hour drive)…but I don’t mind doing it every once in awhile.

    For K-barb, I have not had the experience of eating it in Cali yet – so I can only tell you my opinion from the ones I’ve been to in Atl. If it is anything like the difference between Dim Sum in San Jose and Atl, woe is me – but hey – ignorance is bliss.

    Of the ones I’ve tried – Hae Woon Dae on Buford; and Seo Ra Beol, Honey Pig and Iron Age, all in Duluth, I would say Seo Ra Beol is my favorite. Seo has a lot of variety on the menu, and their meats are good quality. I LOVE their gal bi gui (don’t know if I spelled that right), but its their short ribs. They are marinated and tender and yummy. I could go on and on about Seo…everything I’ve ever had there has been good and I never leave smelling like a bbq pit because they have good ventilation.

    Honey Pig and Iron Age are good too; the pork belly at Iron Age has been good when I got it – they usually get it really crispy which is what I like. I heard that Hae Woon Dae used to be THE place to go for K-barb, but when I went it was just so-so. There are many, many others in Atl that I have not yet tried, so if you’ve found one that you like, please let me know!

    There are lots of good Thai restaurants in Atl: my favs are 1. Tuk Tuk in Buckhead (nice date-night place), 2. Tamarind in Midtown, and 3. Panita in Virginia Highlands. All 3 are excellent in my opinion.

    Nice talking with you!


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