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love In Jennie’s Kitchen and while you are welcome to link to recipes
and posts on this blog, please note that all the content and
photography is wholly owned by me. This means you cannot reprint any
writing, recipes or photos found on this site without express written
consent. Queries may be sent to


I really welcome your input about the recipes I post here at In
Jennie’s Kitchen, and I do my best to serve up each one with a heaping
of hospitality. Please remember while you’re visiting to keep it clean
and if you have nothing nice to say, then take your mom’s advice and
say nothing at all.  Tips or user feedback is always
welcome. Downright rude comments are not, and will be deleted.

If you see I’ve made a typo on the scale of missing an ingredient or an important step, well then by all means do send me an email so I can advise and correct it because I’d hate for you to waste ingredients or make a mistake because of my error.


Quite often I receive samples of products and previews of cookbooks.
In general, I write about recipes and how they relate to my life. If I
come across a product I like or think enhances the final outcome, then I’ll tell
you about it. And if it came my way for free, I’ll be sure to disclose
that too. I do not write strictly product reviews and have no interest
in doing so at this time.


This is not a review blog. In Jennie’s Kitchen is a chronicle of my
experience as a professional recipe developer and food writer, while
also raising a family. While I do find it helpful to recommend products
and ingredients I find useful, I rarely run giveaways, so please refrain
from sending pitches with the lure of free yogurt for my readers. I am,
however, accepting sponsors for this blog. Before sending any
inquiries, please read a few posts to make sure your company is a good
fit for my lifestyle. If you would like more information about
sponsorships, please send me an email.

A Note About the Ads on In Jennie’s Kitchen

I’ve contemplated for a long while about
changing ad networks. The biggest issue for me was morally, how could I
get on my soap box and talk about supporting local farmers and cooking
from scratch if I ran advertising that was contradictory to this belief?
I would hope you understand it is just the best business sense for me
to use the current ad networks already in place. There are simple
financial costs of publishing a blog—ingredients for one. Right now,
this just makes sense to offset the cost of shopping, host registration,