I have a recipe question or request:
Great! You can send me your questions, comments or requests to email@example.com. Or, you can comment on one of the posts. I make it a point to respond to everyone eventually, but between you and me, sometimes I get a little behind. I’ll tend to respond to a published post faster. I love hearing from everyone!
I emailed you and you did not respond:
Oh gosh, where are my manners? I’m so sorry. See the above answer? Sometimes I get really behind. I’m sure I had every good intention of responding and just haven’t gotten to it. I appreciate you’re emails and comments. Feel free to give me a little nudge. With all the different platforms for contacting each other, i’m not afraid to admit, i’ve had a terrible time keeping up, lately.
I work in advertising/product placement/marketing etc, can I send you samples?
Thank you, I’m sure your product is wonderful but we just don’t do product reviews. I buy what I love and love to discuss it. While I thank you for your generosity, I’d feel terrible accepting freebies when i don’t return the kindness.
Why didn’t this recipe work for me?
At this risk of sounding rude, I have no idea. The unfortunate part is that i’m not in the kitchen with you. While i’d love to be and you can certainly contact KMKCreatives to set up some personal kitchen time, i’m not really sure what to tell you. I don’t know if you swapped out ingredients, if you don’t have the proper kitchen utensils, if your ingredients weren’t fresh – there’s a whole list of reasons why a recipe can or cannot work. Consider all the variables and try again! I’d love to hear how it went the second time around. Again, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and i’d be more then happy to discuss anything with you.
How do you keep track of all your recipes?
I have a gigantic document at google docs that I can share with those at KMKCreatives and a select special few. If you have any other better suggestions, i’d love to hear it. I’d also love to share all those recipes with all of you, but alas, business is still business. If you have any specific questions or comments; email me! email@example.com and i’m sure we can figure something out.
How are your works copyrighted?
A listing of ingredients is not copyrighted. Add directions and other literary expressions, and that my friends, makes it copyrighted; Read this:
“A mere listing of ingredients is not protected under copyright law. However, where a recipe or formula is accompanied by substantial literary expression in the form of an explanation or directions, or when there is a collection of recipes as in a cookbook, there may be a basis for copyright protection.”
Does that make sense?
With that being said, everything on this site is copyrighted by Karla or by KMKCreatives. If you want to discuss one of our posts on your site, please feel free but do us a kindness and send a link back to us as well. Please don’t steal our recipes, posts, and pictures.