A problem with Word Press Reader!

So myself and another (non food related Blogger) are communicating with the Public Forum to which no one knows why since last week the Reader does not post our photo’s? Hum…really. For those of you who actually pay for a .com site (unlike me who won’t I do not really see an advantage there). But, then I am not into statistics. However, what is right is right, and when the problem is with WP I feel they should bend backwards, forwards to resolve the issue. Wouldn’t you agree? So the problem is simply the photo will not go into the reader with content text. Up to last week this was NEVER an issue.

My friends have expressed concern too that they were not showing up in the reader at all. Now then why is that and they were in fact .com sites?!

 I can manually enter their sites to view that isn’t the issue. What is in my humble opinion is total inconsistency on the part of WP without regard to resolving the issues…Makes me wonder…How about you?

If you do not see a photo in the reader from any of my 9 websites, just click visit and the photo and content will appear on the site.

See YOU! Keep smiling…

Cheryl

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Chocolate Mousse

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For PHOTO click visit (WP has a problem with reader and photo’s and no-one knows why that is???).

Wow is this good! 4 ounces chocolate (of your choice-I used Milk Chocolate) chopped, 1 cup Cold evaporated Milk, 1/4 cup sugar, 3 teaspoons Pure Vanilla Extract add these ingredients into your blender and process until smooth. 2 cups Heavy Cream, whipped until soft peaks form, fold into chocolate mixture, place in dessert cups and refrigerate until ready to serve. Garnish with Chocolate curls.

OH yum!

Enjoy!

Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.

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Clam and Potato Cream Soup

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Delicious soup, easy to make. One can 5.5 ounce clams in natural juices. 2 Yukon gold Potatoes peeled and diced, one celery stalk diced finely, one shallot diced finely, 1 cup Milk, 1/2 cup light cream, 1 cup low sodium Vegetable stock, one tablespoon Old Bay Seafood Seasoning, fresh chopped parsley, pepper to taste, add croutons, crackers, or a side of bread and butter. I like to simmer all ingredients 20-25 minutes (or until potatoes are tender). Stir frequently.

Ladle in soup bowls and dig in. We love oyster crackers-the real ones (when I can find them!).

Enjoy!

Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.

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