A “Frequently Asked Question”
One of the things that has been entertaining to me throughout this whole blogging process is taking a peek at the behind the scenes information that the Word Press tools generate. I enjoy reading through the searches that lead complete strangers to this blog, though I do feel bad that 90% of the time, they aren’t going to find the answers here.
One amusing example is “How to make authentic enchiladas?” Unfortunately for the google-er, the only reason they ended up on my page was that I made a point of explaining that my enchiladas were definitely NOT authentic. At least the person looking for “How to make the toppings on steaks at wildfire?” got a little closer to what they were looking for. I don’t think they’d be disappointed by my Blue Cheese Crusted New York Strip Steaks.
But far and away, the most common question that I see in my blog stats is “How to Make A Whisk?” And I get it. I see how they got there. I do. And for the longest time, I’ve chuckled to myself and wished that I could help them. Well, now I can. If you’re here to see how a whisk is made, check out the video below.
Of course, if you’re a regular reader, you’re probably here for recipes, and there’ll be more of those tomorrow. I got a new Middle Eastern Cookbook for my birthday, and baked up Pastitso this past weekend, which is like a Greek Lasagna. It was delicious—but you’ll have to come back tomorrow to see for yourself!