The new Fish & Game newsletter is hot off the virtual presses, and particularly timely in that there’s nary a hint of spring to be found anywhere. We’re on track to have the book out by fall, so watch this space for news as that time draws nearer.
Because this issue includes a look at some of the fascinating people and products I encountered on my October trip to Portland, Maine, I’m using a less frigid photograph to showcase the launch of cookblog 3.0. Over the last few months, the earlier layout (which was itself a much-needed update of a heinously ugly Blogger template) became increasingly offensive to me, especially the cluttered sidebars. Rapid visual obsolescence is a defining quality of this digital world, so herewith a clean and very photo-friendly layout that still has all the features the old one did. (Except the links, but I’ll have those up soon).
Comments are back on; the upgraded infrastructure is catching spam the way it’s supposed to. Leave one and let me know what you think about the newsletter and/or design. Ostensibly regular blogging should resume once the amazing new garden thaws out enough for me to do something with it. Or maybe sooner; daylight is starting to linger into the dinner hour these days.