Winding It Down: Update for Casual Kitchen Readers

This is just a quick note to readers to let you all know that I'll be publishing a lot less frequently here at Casual Kitchen as I start up work on some other projects.

There's a few more things I'd still like to do here: strip down and simplify the layout, organize a guide for readers new to the site, put together a longer-form work based on some of Casual Kitchen's key topics, fix the ad units so I can monetize the site a little less incompetently, and so on.

But after more than ten years, 3.3 million pageviews (and counting) and well over a thousand articles, I'm (finally!) running out of things to say here. It's time to let this project go... and start something else.

Casual Kitchen has been a really fun writing project, one that exceeded anything I ever, ever expected. I hope readers have learned a few things over the course of this blog's life; I know I have by writing it.

Let me thank you, readers, for your all your support and interest!


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PJ said...

Noooooo!!!!!! I've learned so much from you! Thank you for all you've contributed over the years. I enjoy your writing, and I hate to see you go.

Jeremy said...

Oh no! I've been a quiet but regular reader for a large chunk of those ten years. Thanks for introducing me to so many new ways of thinking.


Jasmine said...

I've been a visitor here for years - always enjoy what you have to say! And the simple layout of your blog ... that's always nice in a sea of a million pictures and fancy fonts. Thanks and good luck!

Anonymous said...

Best wishes on your new endeavors & thank you for all the work and thoughts you have put into Casual Kitchen. It has always been an enjoying read/visit & I always enjoy coming back to reread older posts.

Unknown said...

Would love some sort of index to the top posts for Dan Koontz wisdom!

Saqib Ramzan said...

best wishes

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