Your Blog Dollars At Work

I promised a few weeks ago that we would be making some improvements to The Bachelor’s Kitchen. While this will be an ongoing project, we’ve begun with an update of the About Me And This Blog page.  Feel free to check it out. I welcome any suggestions or comments you may have.  If you’re really lazy, I’ll give you the gist of page lower down in this post.

Writer’s Wanted. I would LOVE to have you contribute to our little blog posts here. I’d also like you to include a photo of you and/or your dish, if you can. Just email your submission to and I’ll let you know as soon as possible when it will appear. We want your recipes, your stories, your experiences and more. If it has anything to do with cooking, especially bachelor cooking, it’s welcome.

More pictures, please. Recently, I have become able to take a few shots of the food I make and write about and can now get them up on this website. I’ll be doing more of that. If you’d like to send me a shot of what you’re cooking, just send it as an email attachment to Now I just have to remember to take the picture before I start eating. I made this interesting homemade pizza last night and it looked really good. I’ll write more about that later. But the pizza didn’t stick around long enough for me to get that picture. Maybe next time.

Don’t miss a thing. Want to simplify your blog reading? Did you know we have a daily digest of all the posts that appear on The Bachelor’s Kitchen? It’s called Hot Stuff and it can be sent to your email inbox every morning. No fuss, no muss. Just enter your email address in the Subscribe box in the right column.

Do you want to talk about it? We’re considering adding a discussion forum if there’s enough interest. You can tell me how you feel about this idea by clicking on the Comments link after this post or at the bottom of any page or on the Contact Us page.

Mailing list. I’m looking into trying to offer some special give-aways and exclusive products to the reders of this blog. These would be offered by email only. Plus, I hope to eventually have a regular newsletter to send to regular readers. But all these things require your email address. There’s an easy way to do that. just make a comment! That’s it. I can then capture your email address from that. So, feel free to participate in The Bachelor’s Kitchen and make this blog great for both you and me.

About those pesky ads. I know. No one likes to have ads interrupt your web surfing experience. But, keeping this blog going costs money. While I really enjoy doing this, it’d be even better if we had a little income coming in. I try to select very carefully the ads that appear to appeal to the readers of The Bachelor’s Kitchen. I hope I’ve succeeded in choosing advertisers and products that appeal to you. And I’m always looking for more that can make your blog reading experience better. Here’s how it works. The Bachelor’s Kitchen is part of several affiliate marketing programs which allow us to put up ads from a variety of businesses. We get no money just for running the ads. But if you click on an ad, that’s recorded and a cookie is deposited on your browser. These cookies are active for a limited amount of time, anywhere from a few days to a few months. If you buy something from that advertiser during the active period, The Bachelor’s Kitchen gets a commission. We only get money if you buy. I know times are tough and lots of you don’t have much money. I know I don’t. But if you see something you like, I hope you’ll at least consider clicking on the ad and looking around. Every little bit helps.

And now, for those who are curious, here’s the new content of our About page:

The author, James Hulsey, is an experienced writer, graphic designer, print production artist, executive assistant, journalist, prepress technician and probably a few other things. He has had three careers so far and is considering a fourth.

The Bachelor’s Kitchen blog is about getting bachelors and other singles, like the author, to eat better and enjoy it. He wants to show those new to the kitchen, or returning to kitchen after an absence, how to get things started, what things you need and what you can do without. He hopes to present ways to make healthy, quick, economical and, most importantly, good tasting meals that don’t come in a bag or a box. Along the way, we also discuss the food industry and current trends in eating.

If you have a recipe, story, or comment you’d like to share, especially a bachelor type recipe, click on the Contact Us link, or email The Bachelor’s Kitchen at, and send it to us. Not only will it appear on the Recipes page with your name on it (or an alias if you prefer), but we’ll highlight your contribution in our posts and in our daily digest, Hot Stuff. Along with the recipes, we’d love to hear the story behind it. Is this something you came on accidentally? Did you modify Aunt Sofie’s famous family secret? Was it handed down to you by a relative or friend?

If you have a question, comment, praise, criticism, idea, recipe, story, suggestion or anything else, click on the Contact Us link.


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