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  • Ferryal

    Hi Rachel, could you please respond to my question which I posted a few days back in regards to additions to your easiest bread recipe?

    Thanks for your time.


  • Ferryal

    Hi, Made your “The Easiest Bread You’ll Ever Bake” & came out AWESOME! Although, a ? for you, if I wanted to add Rosemary or Garlic, when would I add the additions and would you use fresh Garlic or dried?

    Thank you for your wonderful recipes you share with us all and your time!


    • Rachel Schultz

      That would be fine!

  • Kayla

    Hi Rachel! I have been following your blog and Instagram account regularly but noticed you stopped blogging. I know you’re pregnant and I am sure you’re busy, but I was wondering if the blog is down for the count? I check it every day in hopes of a new post.

    • Rachel Schultz

      Hi Kayla! I have heard of this problem before. I have been posting everyday! But on some people’s devices, the new posts are not showing up on the homepage. Try restarting your browswer, clearing the cookies, or checking from a difference device or computer. I’m looking into this too. The blog is definitely not down for the count!

      • Anonymous

        Ah, ok that’s wonderful news that you’re still blogging. I’m glad I asked you about it! Looking forward to fixing the problem and catching up on everything I have missed so far! Hope all is well :)

        P.S. I went to middle school and high school with David. We had all of our honors classes together. That’s how I first found out about you and I think you are great!

      • Kayla

        Wonderful! I am so glad I contacted you about this. I’ll try the solutions you have suggested and hopefully fix the problem. I’m looking forward to catching up on everything I have missed! Thank you so much.

        P.S. I went to middle school and high school with David; we had all of our honors classes together. That’s how I found out about your blog and I love it! :)

  • May you please half the “THE END OF ALL CORNBREADS” for me. Thank you and you really do have great recipes

  • interesting , easy recipes

  • Hi Rachel,

    Kimberly here from The Daring Gourmet. I just came across a recipe of mine that was stolen on foreign website. I skipped over their Facebook page (over 250K followers) and happened to see a recipe of yours as well. Here is the link in case you’re interested in messaging or reporting them:





  • russ

    Very nice blog. I love your recipes, perfect for my style of cooking. Thank you.

  • Marcia Bradley

    Hi…just wanted to tell you I really like your recipes, now your web page is terrific. You sound like a super lady, full of faith & fun. I’m a gramma, 71 years old, in Ohio. I pin a lot, but mostly for fun. I’ve tried a couple recipes. I love southwest decor, which is what is in our home. Just my hubby & me, so I like recipes for 2. He’s not fond of leftovers! LOL!! Take care, I’m going to visit your Pinterest board.
    Marcia B.

  • joey hoffman


    Just tried to contact you again on Facebook. and would like to include a link and give credit for your secret fruit salad recipe. The story is launching today. Please email me permission to publish and email me high-res pic(s) without water marks.

    Thank you,

  • joey hoffman


    i hope you’re well. i’m joey hoffman, a writer with and i would like to publish your piece, ‘secret fruit salad,’ on both websites. if you agree, please email me a statement granting us permission. if there are any watermarks on the photographs, please remove them.

    thank you,
    joey hoffman

  • I tried the “best chicken in the world” recipe and wanted to let you know that me and my family absolutely loved it! I changed it up just a bit so it would work with weight watchers for my wife. Instead of using regular syrup, I used sugar free syrup (didn’t even know this stuff existed…but it does)
    Anyways.. thanks for the recipe!


  • Amy

    Wow, I just read the intro to the book “Is God anti-gay?” and I love it! I just wanted to say thanks for linking it on your blog for me to discover!

  • jennifer

    fried bananas look so good!!! What are teh diabetic ramifications? Thanks.
    P.S. I,m going to try them no matter what!!!!

  • Hello,

    I was wondering which to use, pure maple syrup or maple syrup that is used on pancakes, etc. for your The World’s best chicken recipe. Thanks a bunch!

    Debbie Kraus

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