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Kalyn's Kitchen

How to Contact Kalyn

Thanks for Your Interest in Kalyn’s Kitchen!
Kalyn’s Kitchen is my personal blog, where I share recipes I’m cooking in my own kitchen. I hope my blog is a resource for anyone who likes the kind of creative carb-conscious recipes this blog is known for.

How to Contact Kalyn:
To contact me, send your e-mail to kalynskitchen (at) comcast (dot) net. (This address needs to be converted to normal e-mail format.)

Answering Questions from Readers:
I love to hear from people who are readers of Kalyn’s Kitchen and will do my best to answer simple questions, although I don’t have the training or the time to give full-fledged dieting advice. If your question is about a specific recipe, please consider leaving it as a comment on that post so others can benefit from the answer.

How to Leave a Comment:
To leave a comment, just click where it says “Leave a Reply” at the end of the post. If you have a website you can link your site to your comment signature, but links which appear spammy will be deleted. Some comments will come to me in an e-mail and won’t show up on the blog until I publish them, and I’m not sitting by the computer waiting for comments 100% of the time, so thanks for your patience!

Reach me Through Social Media:
I try to check in with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest a few times each day, and try to respond to people who reach me there, but I can’t always keep up with comments on social media so if you really need to reach me, leaving a comment on the blog or sending e-mail is better.

My Thoughts About Reviewing Cookbooks or Products
This blog is about what I’m cooking in my own kitchen, so I’m only interested in talking about cookbooks or products I’m personally using and would happily buy again. Because I have limited time to try new products or cookbooks, I have decided to no longer accept books or other products for review. I do love to mention cookbooks I’m using and talk about my favorite products on the blog, but when I do that I enjoy being able to tell my readers that I bought them myself. (If you’re a food blogger who has written a book, feel free to drop me a line to let me know about it and if it interests me I’ll be happy to buy your book.)

Working with Other Bloggers:
I don’t use guest posts of other kinds, and don’t participate in any kind of sponsored campaigns. I am happy to have my work included in blogger recipe round-ups (as long as it doesn’t include the actual recipe and only features a photo plus a link to get the recipe from my site.

About Advertising on Kalyn’s Kitchen
If you are promoting a food-related product and would be interested in advertising on a network of food blogs, please contact She Media. I only accept advertising through this network, and  don’t sell text links or do sponsored posts of any type.

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    330 Comments on “How to Contact Kalyn”

  1. Pat I talk about that in Frequently Asked Questions. I chose South Beach to manage my weight because I didn't want to have to calculate points, carbs, calories, or other information for everything I ate, so people who need that information will have to calculate it on their own.

  2. Why no nutritional info?

  3. Hi Elisheba,

    Love your name too! I'm afraid the canning jars header is just symbolic; I mostly freeze the stuff from my garden and wrote a post about that here: How to Freeze Garden Tomatoes, Fresh Herbs, and Vegetables. To find canning tips on a blog, I'd recommend using Food Blog Search.

  4. Hi Kalyn (love your name),
    I must admit, your blog is the first blog that I have ever really read and subscribed to. I am loving it! Thanks for taking the time to post such wonderful ideas. I was wondering, since you have pictures of so many canned items on your page, if you talk about how to can food anywhere on here. I am really interested in canned food recipes and how-to's. Thanks again!

  5. Jo-Ann, thanks for telling me. I'll definitely look for it next time I go to Costco. And glad you have enjoyed the blog!

  6. I stumbled across your blog while trying to track down a new supply source for the discontinued Costco Herbed Seafood Rub… and have been coming back to this site since! 🙂
    So when I discovered this weekend that Costco has re-launched this product (here in Canada at least…) I thought you'd want to know (and share the news with your readers. It is repackaged in a square plastic spice jar, so its easy to miss on the shelf – but its there! Part # 536707 ($3.99 Cdn for 368g). Its identical to the previous one sold in the round jar previously.
    Regards,
    Jo-Ann Y., Ontario, Canada

  7. Mary, that sounds like a great idea, thanks!

  8. I love your blog and just printed out the yogurt sauce.

    You mention discarding the stem of the dill plant.

    I love dill and years ago began saving all the stems, cutting them into pieces and then dried them. I put pieces of them in soups and things that I roast in the oven or crock pot. The more dill flavor I want, the more pieces of stem I use.

    Start out with a little until you know how flavorful they can be.

    Mary, (formerly a home economics teacher -always experimenting and known to be frugal at times))

  9. So happy to hear that the blog is helpful for you and that you're enjoying the recipes!

  10. Your Blog ROCKS! Thank you so much for making what I felt was an impossible diet to follow – easy, and appetizing. My husband and I started South Beach just a few days ago. He found your blog and all the great recipes for phase 1 and I must say, it has made our lives so much easier. Half the battle of a diet is how it fits with your lifestyle. You have made that fit perfect synergy. I adapted the breakfast casserole to fit our likes, and breakfast is now a no-brainer. I have the coconut macaroons in the over now and can't wait to have a couple for dessert tonight. Keep up the great blog and you have made this easy as pie (sugar-free, no carb of course!). – Sincerely, soon to be smaller – AG

  11. Sweeps99, I don't have a cookbook and even though I've had offers to write one, it's not something I'm planning to do at this time. Cookbooks are a huge amount of work for the money you make, and I can barely keep up with my blog. Thanks for the vote of confidence though. If I change my mind, I'll definitely annouce it on the blog.

  12. I was wondering if I am missing something. Do you have your own cookbook to purchase? If so can you post a link. If not, are you planning on doing one? I would love to have one. Thank you for all your hard work and delicious recipes.
    Best Regards

  13. Sorry but I am not diabetic so I don't know anything about calculating glycemic load.

  14. As a diabetic I feel that the glycemic LOAD is more important than the glycemic index. It deals with insulin resistance and is the real issue most diabetics have issues with. Is there any way to have recipes or foods in your recipes calculate the glycemic load?

  15. David I have a post about How to Make Grilled Chicken Breasts that are Juicy Every Time that might be helpful. You can use the search bar to find other ideas for grilled chicken.

  16. my name is david from katy tx.Im a hard wood cooker.And i have fifty ladies to grill chicken for. Im looking for the best way to to keep the chicken moist

  17. Chanie, that's not something I'm qualified to give advice about, but I do think Phase One can get pretty boring after a few weeks. The purpose of the other phases is to transition to a way of eating you can stick with for the long haul.

  18. Hi Im new to south beach Ive finished one week I lost 4 lbs and Im happy should I go to phase 2 after 2 weeks or continue for alittle longer my total weight lose should be 30 lbs

  19. Sarah, no grains are allowed for phase one.

  20. Tabatha, it is still there, the second one down on the Home page. The best thing to do when you're looking for a certain recipe is to enter the ingredients into the search bar. Here is the Jicama and Carrot Slaw.