Happy 2009!

I just wanted to take a minute and say how much I enjoyed sharing with all of you in 2008 and how great it was to meet -- electronically -- so many people. This blog started as a simple way to share recipes with people who most likely were in the same boat as us. As many of you know, I have two daughters diagnosed with PDD and we embraced a gluten and casein free diet to help. And, it has helped.

This blog has grown tremendously -- way beyond what I ever imagined. It's not really a source of income for us. I've not made a dime from it yet. But, that never was the point. The point was to try and help, just as so many people have helped us.

I'd like to share a few facts about how many people this blog has reached in 2008:

- 13,682 visitors, or roughly 38 visitors every day.

- those visiting the blog live in 84 countries. The countries with the most visitors were 1) U.S., 2) Canada, 3) Australia, 4) Philippines and 5) the U.K.

- some other countries that might surprise you: Malaysia, Iceland, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Panama, Portugal, Brazil, Pakistan, Israel, Norway, Turkey, China, Qatar, Estonia, Venezuela, Bahamas, Kuwait, Sri Lanka, Anguilla, Iraq, Kenya, Faroe Islands, Malta, Chile, Iran and Latvia.

- The city with the most visits in 2008 was Burnsville, Minnesota.

- This blog holds the top Google ranking under the "gfcf recipes" search and the fifth spot under the "gluten casein free recipes" search.

So, thanks to all of you for making this such a wonderful experience. I hope you've taken something worthwhile from this site and I hope to meet more of you in 2009.



Victorious1 said…
Great blog! We're on week 4 of GF-CF and I couldn't have found you at a better time.

Keep it up!

I hope the new year is treating you well so far!
Maryann said…
I just wanted to let you know that I gave you the Love Ya award on my blog because you are putting out some awesome GFCF foods that help us in our battle against autism. Keep up the fine work.
Jennie said…
Thank you for this blog! I love the recipes and I can't wait to try some of them, especially those mcdonalds chicken nuggets!

I am going to link you to my blog.
Amanda said…
We can make different dishes for celebrating New Year in a different way. Thanks for an idea.
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Amanda said…
Thank you for this blog! I love the recipes and I can't wait to try some of them,
thank you for this blog.......
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Wokie Lartson said…
I am just starting the GFCF diet on my two boys. It's been tough trying to convince friends &family that diet is here 100% and here to stay, but this time it's permanent and here to stay.

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