Well, this is both exciting and scary at the same time! Ta da – Fabulicious Food! has made the very long cyber journey across from Blogger to WordPress!
I am totally overwhelmed by the help, expertise and professionalism of Liz of Violet Posy Design who has done an amazing job, with about a million technical issues thrown at her too.
It’s going to take me a little while to settle in and get used to the way things work, but hopefully not too long.
If you are experiencing any problems or issues, please do drop me a line.
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On Monday I will also be hosting a really amazing giveaway so do stay tuned.
For now, I’m sharing this lovely autumnal plum recipe as there are tons of English plums around at the moment and they are my very favourite fruit.
Simple and in Season September is now open and working – anyone who left me a comment with a link should now find themselves on the current link-up page.
About to hit ‘publish’ so here goes!
Thank you for visiting and for all your lovely comments so far.
Love your new ‘home.’ I hope WordPress treats you well 🙂
working london mummy says
it looks great Ren,well done x
Lovely new look, very fresh and inviting! Super recipe too.
Ah thank you so much! Lots to get my head round but enjoying my new home!
Lisa Nichols says
Very nice Ren. I am in the throes of moving. Didn’t really know what I was doing, installed a plug-in and stuffed everything up before the hols. Hopefully Jason @ Fl1 Group will work his magic and I will be back on-air before the Oct Half Term – Christmas madhouse period for kids’ books? :o) L x
Hi Lisa, I know what you mean. I’m terrified of installing or adding/changing anything in case I stuff it up too. Look forward to seeing you back on the blog. Thanks for the visit and vote of confidence!
The new blog looks lovely. You’ll love wordpress.
Thank you so much for visiting, May. I’m enjoying wordpress already.
Love the look of your new home! Bravo, I know how hard moving can be! Interesting to see the getmecooking plugin in action.
And I love plums! So may have to try this, like the added almond, amaretto dimension.
Thank you so much Angela, yes the plug-in is fantastic. I think Jungle Frog is triallling it/using it too. Plums are my favourite!
Your website looks stunning! Well done as I am sure it has taken an enormous amount of work. I have a recipe in mind for your Simple and in season competition which I will try to complete some time this weekend.
So glad to see how well things are going for you so keep up the good work!
Thanks Laura. Yes, Liz worked tremendously hard. I really look forward to your Simple and in Season recipe, we have a bit longer this month – till 15th October as I thought the move would be a little disruptive. x
Sally - My Custard Pie says
Well done with your move – hope you’ll be very happy in your new home. The Get me cooking recipe thingamejig looks great.
Thank you so much Sally. It does make things easier, still need to get used to it and have a bit more of a play. Thank you for visiting and for all your encouragement.
Yeah, definitely working. Gorgeous photo and as soon as I saw Amaretto I was putty in your hands!
Thank you Janice, sadly the Amaretto burns off a bit when cooking…still, always time for a tipple!
Tori (@eat-tori) says
Congratulations on the new site- it looks fantastic. And such a beautiful recipe to celebrate the new start with, too.
Thanks Tori, a very quick and simple recipe!
Welcome to WordPress! I love using it – it’s so simple…and your post looks gorgeous so well worth it 🙂
Thank you. It is a little different but I think I will get used to it. Thanks for visiting 🙂
A lovely new home and a beautiful new post!
Thank you so much Claire. It took me till this morning to work out I have to approve comments. Lots to learn!
Woo hoo – it worked!!