No Comment?

Last night I was laying in bed, ready for sleep when I realized I hadn’t seen one comment that day on my Corn and Blueberry Salad post.  I thought – it must not have posted!  So I jumped out of bed and went into my office to log on to see why it hadn’t posted?! Was something broken on my blog?

I logged on and sure enough – there was the Corn and Blueberry Salad post but there were NO COMMENTS!!  I felt so sad.

I even went in and left a comment  myself to make sure it worked.  Then I deleted it.  Maybe I should have left it so I had at least one comment….

I promise, it really is a good recipe.

Now maybe someone will leave me a comment so I will not feel so sad :(

whine, whine…..

Leigh Anne
Hi – I’m Leigh Anne! I have been a homebased mom for 30 years since my first baby boy was born! I love working with women and helping to inspire them to achieve their goals and dreams while still maintaining motherhood and family as their number one priority. I blog about everything I enjoy – creating treats and meals in my kitchen, spending time in my garden, entertaining and party planning, reading, self improvement and tips and ideas on style and fashion.
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Comments

  1. says

    I didn’t leave a comment, because that was the FIRST recipe you’ve posted that I didn’t think looked very good. Honestly, there it is. Corn? With Blueberries? I don’t know….

  2. says

    I know how you feel when there are no comments. I am bad about commenting because I read everything in google reader so I am not on the actual blogs.

    About this particular salad, it does seem very interesting. I don’t like eating blueberries unless they are cooked inside something so I didn’t think much about the recipe.

    Cheer up! I still love your blog even if I don’t comment much!

  3. amanda says

    I love your blog and I’ve tried most of your recipes, I’m just not sure I can go for a corn and blueberry experiment. Its nothing personal. ;)

  4. says

    yeah, sorry. I’m a lurker anyway, but the salad sounded kinda yucky. Glad you like it, though. And we enjoy your other food postings. thanks.

  5. says

    Oh, now I feel terrible for not commenting. It was plain laziness that kept me from commenting but don’t you dare keep from posting recipes, even if people don’t comment or may not like the combination. Some of my favorite things I’ve posted have gotten zero (yes, zero) comments.

  6. Melanie says

    LA, that’s sort of funny you would write this post to follow up on that post…my grandma gave me 12 ears of Indiana sweet corn today and the only thing I could think of was your recipe! Next time, I’ll let you know my thoughts on it…thanks for the unique recipe!

  7. says

    I’m going to try it! I don’t let ingredients stop me anymore. Some of the weirdest sounding things are some of the best I have tried.

    My favorite is the meatballs with sauerkraut. Who would have thought? I know folks that hold back because they know what is in different dishes. I always try it if it is presented. I understand hesitancy if it is you that has to buy ingredients and make a batch just in case you hate it, but at Pot lucks, I am all over it! I say all you can do is hate it, right? Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

    BYW, did you know you can put all of your recipes online at Pioneer Woman’s tasty kitchen? Go sign up, I am putting all of my recipes there so family and friends can get to them when I am not around the house to email them out.

  8. says

    I hate when I don’t get comments (or even very many), so I’m aiming to leave a comment on every blog I click on. It’s the least I can do, if I expect others to leave one for me. Loved the bread post earlier too. I have blueberries in the fridge, I’ll have to go check out your salad:)
    Have a great Sunday.
    Denise

  9. says

    All of your recipes look yummy to me, but I tend to only try the ones that will look yummy to the kids too. Actually, they might like it since I make a Greek Pita Pizza that tastes wayyyyyyy better than it looks and they love it. I’m going to give this one a shot too!

  10. says

    Okay I am with the group that was just super busy getting ready for school. I haven’t had a chance to post on my blog let alone have time to go surfing. We all love you…no worries. I think that we will all work harder at leaving you comments so that you won’t feel bad again. It must be nice to have comments after every post. :)

  11. Lori says

    Thank you for all the recipes you post! I love to look through them. And it’s so nice to have pictures to go with them. I for one would try the blueberry corn salad – but things have just been too busy lately with the back to school rush.

  12. says

    I haven’t tried this recipe yet but I will and will let you know how it fares at my house. Do you think the recipe will work just fine with frozen corn and if so, how much do you think would equal 3 ears? That honestly is the main thing that has prevented me from trying this yet. I have the blueberries and just haven’t gotten around to making the corn-on-the-cobb. Plus, I think if I did make the corn (on cobb, my family would want to eat it like it is. So if you recommend that is only what you would use, I just won’t tell them and maybe they won’t even notice (me boiling the corn). :) Thank you for your wonderful recipes! They really do inspire me and my meals.

  13. Angela says

    LA, printed the recipe out & need to go to the store to get the ingredients. LOVE blueberries & fresh sweet corn & think the combo will be delicious! We love to add fresh blueberries &/or fresh strawberries on top of our pasta with cream sauce. It’s such a complimentary taste that most people wouldn’t even think of. Love your recipes!

  14. Karen says

    I’m another vote for “it didn’t sound good” and I didn’t want to post that! Maybe I should have just commented on the photos or the weather….

  15. Tamara says

    Leigh Anne, I actually tried to post about the recipe yesterday and for the first time had some problems. . . .I meant to get back and make a comment later and my computer was being worked on. Looks interesting, but I want to try it. THANKS for all your efforts on our behalf!

  16. Jeannena says

    Hey, girl, I did call you and ask if you cooked the corn before you cut it off of the cob, so now that I know that you don’t cook it before you cut it off,I am going to try it tomorrow night. I think anything with blueberries has to be good cooked or uncooked. Thank you, thank you for being so unique!!

  17. Jeannena says

    Okay, you were right. It is tasty, and even with a cup more blueberries in it. Made some for lunch for Amy and I today, and she really liked it, too! Sure glad I did not cook the corn before cutting it off the cob. I love the crunchiness of the corn.

  18. says

    Jacquie,
    I have never made it with frozen corn and really think you probably need fresh corn. The crispness of the raw, uncooked corn is important to the whole experience of the dish. Hope you try it and enjoy it!

  19. says

    Hi, Leigh Anne. I made this salad last night. Thanks for telling me not to cook the corn. My husband thought I was nuts. Neither of us have ever had raw corn from the cobb and of course the combination of everything sounds strange.

    But it really is a beautiful dish and we both enjoyed it last night. I just had some leftovers for lunch today and it tasted fabulous! I think it should probably sit for 3 or 4 hours – or maybe even overnight, before serving for best results anyway.

    Thanks so much. I can’t wait to share it with the rest of our family – perfect dish for Labor Day weekend get togethers.

    Jacquie

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