Time to Celebrate!

Cheryl’s note: It seems like for whatever reason, people were getting an error message for this page…not sure why, but hope it works now!

I was looking through my 2 websites, www.gfgoodness.com and www.harriswholehealth.com and realized that I’m about 100 shy of 300,000 page views in the past 2.5 years.  Holy (gluten-free) cannolli I was stunned!  Both sites started from a desire to share my love for good food and a passion for knowledge, and yet it’s become so much more. I’ve been touched by the people I’ve met through blogging and the little notes of appreciation I get for my monthly newsletters through HWH.  It’s truly been my pleasure, and an honor, to have had an opportunity to have this chat with so many of you and learn from so many of you.  So thank you to all of you for making this such a fun and rewarding experience.

And what’s a celebration without food?  Here are a few of my very favorites from the past few years:

To celebrate, the plan was to give away a gift certificate for somewhere yummy.  But especially given what’s going on around the world and in Japan, I just can’t get my heart into it.  So instead, I decided to go the unconventional route.  I’ll be making a ($.25) Red Cross donation for each comment between now and April 2nd and I figure that’s a reason to celebrate all around.

So the ways to enter:

  1. Tell me your favorite recipe or page on Gluten-Free Goodness or Harris Whole Health, in the comments section.
  2. Follow me on twitter @cherylharrisrd and leave me a comment telling me you did.
  3. Sign up for newsletters at Harris Whole Health and leave me a comment letting me know.
  4. Twitter about this celebration/donation!
  5. Post on something or someone who you want to celebrate, and leave me a comment.

And even better, Angela of Angela’s Kitchen has chosen Celebrations as the theme for Menu Plan Monday for March 28th.



About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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7 Responses to Time to Celebrate!

  1. Pingback: Menu Plan Monday – Gluten Free Celebrations!! | Angela's Kitchen

  2. Angela says:

    Hi, Cheryl! Our favorites are Quinoa Italiana, Coconut Curried Greens, Salsa-Mole, Garlic Scape Pesto, and Sniffle Stew.

    Thank for everything you have shared over the past 2 1/2 years. I always look forward to reading your posts!

  3. Truly something to celebrate Cheryl! So lovely of you to be thinking of others at all times. N xo

  4. CONGRATS on your pageviews Cheryl! That is awesome!!! 🙂 You certainly deserve to celebrate big time!! And what a wonderful way to donate to such an amazing cause! I don’t have a favorite recipe from your blog yet, but I know I will soon! I can’t wait to try your chocolate banana bread!

  5. Oh, so hard to chose, but you sure made it easy for my Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger post. Thanks so much for joining me over at the Mother Earth News GF blog. Hope to see you there again real soon.

  6. Ricki says:

    What a great way to celebrate. And congrats on reaching so many people! You know how much I love that fudge. . . hmm, I think it’s time to whip up another batch, now that I mention it! 😉

  7. Rita says:

    Quinoa Italiana – yes even hubby likes it. Congrats on the page views and thanks for all your great posts : )

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