Quick Note

Google finally released my “tsgcookin.com” domain name to GoDaddy’s good care. So,  GoDaddy (yay!) is my name server guardian and I am using Blue Host as my hosting company (another yay!) I have spent lots of time on the phone with people at both companies and they have been wonderful at helping me through the blog crash problems.

Since I am my own boss here on this blog, I am the one who has to figure out how to fix the things that go wrong. The learning curve is steep…waaaaay steep. I have had to swallow a lot of pride as I’ve worked with GoDaddy and Blue Host, but they have been amazingly patient. I don’t know how many times I have had to say, “ummm, I’m not sure what you mean.” Sometimes they have kindly said, “Why don’t you give me your admin name and password and I’ll go into your blog and fix that issue for you.” Thank you, thank you, thank you!

There are still some clean-up issues which I am doing all on my own. Can I just say how proud I am of myself that I have figured out some of the things all on my own? Late last night/early this morning I figured out how to fix a particularly troubling link issue within the blog itself, ie. how to make my recipe index page work again, and I was so pleased with myself.

I THINK that the major link issues within the blog have been fixed. There are still some remaining issues with the outside links to some of the posts on this blog from Pinterest, Foodgawker, Tastespotting, etc. Some links work and some links don’t work. I can see what the problem is, but I don’t how to fix it. I’ll get it figured out in due time. 🙂

Please, if any of you find problems with broken links or other related issues, will you kindly let me know? Thanks!

In the meantime, I am going to let the whole change process settle itself down for a couple of days. It takes a few days for computer servers all over the world, literally, to realign to the new link changes here.

Thank you all for the support you have given me during this transition. I’ll soon be back in bidness, boys and girls.



  1. Dalila G. says

    Hi Terri!
    So far it’s doing good on my end, anything I click on works for me.
    A couple of days for your computer service to play catch up should do the trick.
    Crossing my fingers for you….you techie gal! 🙂

    • says

      LOL. Thanks for letting me know that the things you have tried are working. When the blog first went down, I could not access it on my computer, but my husband, who was sitting 10 feet away from me could still access everything just fine on his computer. The cyber world is so strange. PS–Oh that I were really and truly a techie gal! What fun!

  2. Caterina says

    Hi! Just a quick note: I can’t seem to find the recipe for Green Chicken Enchilada casserole. Why oh why did I not just print it out instead of bookmarking it?!?! Because. Just because. That and I have 20 month old twin boys. So, any help you could give with this freaking delicious recipe would be awesome.


    • says

      Hi Caterina. Here’s the link for the Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole. I do the same thing all the time about not printing things out…and I always end up kicking myself. Then again, the alternative is that if I do print things out, it doesn’t take long before papers full of recipes are threatening to overtake my unorganized life! Thanks for dropping by to leave me a note about the link. I clicked on the Recipe Index tab and under the “Casserole” category I clicked on “Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole”. I was taken to the correct recipe. If this is not the recipe that you had in mind, let me know.

  3. Tina says

    What kind of bread maker is that? Do you remember where you got it or can you steer me in the right direction?

    • says

      Hi Tina. I’m guessing that you are talking about the mixer up in the Paradise Dinner Roll post. That is a Bosch mixer. The one that I use is 15 years old and looks different than the sleeker models available now. The official Bosch website has a web only sale on the mixer for $399.99. That sounds like a lot of money, but it is actually the same price I paid for it 15 years ago. This is the best mixer I have ever used and I absolutely love it. It can handle bread dough with up to 16 cups of flour. Double batches of cookies? No problem. I also have the blender and slicer/shredder attachments for it. Again, both of those are great. The only drawback to the mixer is that it does not handle smaller batches of yeast dough or cookie dough well. I would not use it to mix dough for only 1 or 2 loaves of bread or a small batch of cookies.

      I was just visiting the Bosch website and noticed that they have a smaller mixer available for $199.99. The info says that it can handle up to 6 pounds of dough, which (I think) will make 3-4 loaves of bread. There are also other attachments available for that mixer as well.

      Bottom line? I love, love, love this mixer and have never regretted the money I spent on it. It is an absolute workhorse.

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