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What Will I Receive?
This is simple. Just an email when I have published a new post to the current date on the blog. It may be a totally new or refreshed post that I felt would be of general interest to my readers.
There are many recipes updates that are rewritten or updated "in place" meaning I did not change the published date to current for a variety of reasons. Most commonly this will be for seasonal or lack of general interest issues. You will not receive notification of those recipes.
Generally, the frequency will be 1-2 recipes per week but sometimes more or even skipping a week. There will never be more than one email per day. Occasionally, there will be several recipes in an email but not commonly.
Timing is a bit irregular depending on the recipes that need to be rewritten and my busy retirement schedule.
Will I Get a Real Newsletter?
Not in the long newsletter sense, just to notifications of new posts. A full newsletter is WORK - not doin' it. I'm retired, you know.
Most people don't read them (I don't). Everything I have to share is on the site.
NO SPAM—How Will My Email Be Used?
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