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Welcome to the revised Playing with Food – In the Kitchen, Garden & Studio eNewsletter!

Hello GfreeDeliciously Friend 

I know it’s been a while since I popped into your email.

And while I’ve still been cooking up a storm, I’ve also been praying about a decision. Making that decision has kept me up at night. It’s about the Playing with Food eNewsletter and how to serve our subscribers best. That’s why PWF started its days about four months ago on Substack after struggling with eNews platforms and the best one to use for quite some time.

The Problem: Our Substack eNews didn’t offer a smooth interface with the website for our subscribers, and it was a significant time drain for me.

Substack has two significant benefits for eNewsletters when getting started No monthly fixed costs for publishers (that’s me), and it’s easy to set up.

However, as a recipe and health site owner (writer, blogger and health coach by trade), I felt that Substack was missing a few critical components when it comes to our subscribers:

• Proper post search capability

• Fully customizable emails for our subscribers

• Ability to show/hide elements for subscriber emails vs blog posts (front-end of site) keeping the good stuff for subscribers only

• And a bunch of detailed technical stuff that as a subscriber you probably don’t care about but I do

The lack of these and other features prompted me to find a better solution.

The Solution: Migrate Playing with Food from Substack to Our WordPress site.

Instead of bouncing between Substack and our site, I do everything inside WordPress with the help of the back-end plugin, Newsletter Glue.

Because I’m a one-woman show, it’s taken me a little while to complete the migration, but in the end, I’m sure it will be much better for you!


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I’ve tried to make everything as painless as possible.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while I worked through the recent PWF eNews migration.

I’m looking forward to posting new recipes on the site soon!

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