Announcement of My New Food Blog

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Triple Delish Logo | TripleDelish.comI’ve been keeping a little secret and it’s finally time to tell you about the launch of my new foodie blog called “TRIPLE DELISH”. Not only do I enjoy cooking and baking I also like the idea of using a blog as an online recipe box. I’ll be adding delicious, easy, family friendly recipes from time to time. I want this blog to be all about finding a recipe using everyday items, no ingredients you’ve never heard of or have to spend hours looking for in the grocery store. Face it most of us aren’t gourmet cooks, we’re just looking to put a meal on the table that’s satisfying, fast, and delicious….Triple Delish in fact. 

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I’ve talked about starting another blog with my friends for quite some time and I guess I’ve talked it to death and needed to take action. Since this blog, Creative Cain Cabin,  is already up and running, I’ve been able to learn from my mistakes along the way and make better choices this go around. Yes, I do get wiser with age….as far as blogging goes.
The first step to starting a new blog is choosing the name. Choosing a blog name can become consuming in itself, eating up much of my time trying to come up with something my readers can remember, something catchy, and something that just makes sense with what the blog is all about. I spent a long time with this process.
I started by writing down names I thought would make sense for a food blog and still be memorable. Once I had a list with which I was happy, I ran them by my friends and narrowed it down to the top 3 favorites. It is great to have other people look at your ideas. Try saying the name out loud to them, and see how easy it is for them to get the spelling correct, too. 
Once I had my top 3 list, it was time to start looking for the domain that I wanted. At the time I was in the planning stages for this new blog, I looked for .com domains. But after registering my new name, I found out you no longer have to have a .com ending! This opens up so many more creative choices for the perfect blog name. 
I bet you didn’t even know this existed, either. There are now domain names with “not com” endings. Did you get that? It isn’t just .net or .org, either. You can now name your blog with an ending like .kitchen, .coffee, .florist, .pizza, .fashion and many more. Since this is something new, many of the best names are still available. You can make and claim your name at Name.Kitchen. They even offer tips, advice and inspiration to help anyone jump-start the name brainstorm. I think that’s so exciting. I know many of us bloggers couldn’t secure the .com of our choice, or had to have a ridiculously long and hyphenated domain names, or had to use something that we thought wouldn’t be as easy to remember or as searchable. Well now you can join the not com movement and get exactly what you like for a name. Brilliant idea I do say!!
I really wish I would have known about Name.Kitchen when I was brainstorming name ideas for my new site. There are so many different varieties that would have been a great fit like TripleDelish.Recipes or! I love all of the endless possibilities that you have with Name.Kitchen


Triple Delish Graphics | TripleDelish.comOnce the blog was named I had to start thinking of a color scheme. I wanted something that was happy and attractive and made me smile. I also wanted something that could be used for many years with no changes. Blogging takes a lot of time and I want the food blog to be effortless for me. I will post a pretty picture and a recipe when I find something that my family really likes, or if I find a healthier version, or a shortcut for a delicious meal. I’ll keep a link to Triple Delish in my sidebar and I hope you drop by from time to time to see what’s cooking….it will be Triple Delish for sure. 

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  1. I am looking forward to reading your recipes and the stories that go with them!

    1. Cindy thank you for stopping in. I know it will take more time but I hope to have some great recipes on the blog.

  2. You did what I have been wanting to do. Cudos and congrats. Maybe now I should make that move. It is a big
    commitment. Can’t wait to view your new blog. Subscribing now.

    1. Diana, it’s been in the works for quite some time. Now that it’s live I’m committed. I won’t post as frequently but maybe with time I will.

  3. Congrats Dawn! It’s up and running – and it looks great.


    1. Thank you Claudia, I’m so glad it’s finally live.

  4. Cheryl Major says:

    Dawn…congrats !!!! I look forward to reading your new blog…!

    1. Thank you Cheryl, it’s been on the back burner for quite some time.

    1. Amy, I don’t know either but I am going to try and keep both up. I won’t post as much on the food blog as I do this one.

  5. Woohoo! Congrats and best of luck. Start cooking!

    1. Thank you Ann, once it starts growing I would like to have guest posters, and you are first on my list 🙂

    1. Thank you Penney, the design process is always the hardest part.

  6. Is a very attractive blog, Dawn! I’m looking forward to visiting.

  7. How fun. I have been wanting to put more recipes on my site as I have been concocting some lately from what is coming out of my garden. I just have been so focused on getting the painting tutorials and videos completed that it is on a back burner. Maybe I will at least get glammer shots of the food then be able to post later. I love the look and feel of the new site. Very eye catching. I wish you great success.

    1. Thank you Kris I hope I can keep up with it all.

  8. Looking forward to it!

  9. Sounds like fun, Dawn. Hope there will be some recipes using what you have in your garden. xo Laura

    1. Laura now just to find the time to do it all, lol

  10. Congratulations Dawn! I know how much work it takes to start something new. Good luck in your new venture. Looking forward to good recipes.


    1. Judy, it is so much work but I think the hard part is over.

  11. Lynne Olsen says:

    I’m so excited to follow your recipes.

  12. Nancy Blue Moon says:

    I just found this post Dawn..I am so happy to hear this..I have already tried some of your recipes and would love to try some more..I think I forgot to tell you how much we liked the hamburger buns…Looking forward to more good things!

    1. Nancy so glad you liked the buns. They’re so easy to make!

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