Contact Me

Please send all email queries to:

julie@texannewyorker.com

5 responses to “Contact Me

  1. Dear Julie,
    I thanked you publically on the “twin post” for Merguez sausages on my blog…but also wanted to thank you personally for the very nice words you had to say about the diplomatickitchen….they may reflect the eyes of the kind and loving spirit viewing the site more than the merits of the blog.

    I enjoy your weekly posts and look forward to seeing the email pop up saying that a new one is out there waiting for me…one of your faithful readers.

    Elizabeth

  2. Hello,

    My name is Jesse Alden and I am a marketing consultant based in Los Angeles. I am trying to reach out to the person that handles your marketing decisions.

    I’d like to offer a free local marketing audit and discuss the results and my analysis with you. I know local marketing can be tough to tackle. I’ll be able to give you insight into site’s performance, organic search visibility, adwords advice and answer any other local marketing questions you might have to help you better understand your past, present and future marketing efforts. This information is absolutely free and requires zero obligation.

    The businesses we work with have benefited from these sorts of insights regardless of whether they work with or without us. It’d be great if you had time to hop on a call; I’d love to have the opportunity to show you guys some ways you can better and more efficiently grow your business. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Sincerely,
    Jesse Alden

  3. I liked many of your recipes, and especially your statement in your “about me” section where you state that you care deeply about where your food comes from. My family and I feel the same way. We believe we have a responsibility to make ethical food choices. In keeping with that concern you anf I both have for the origins of our food, I would strongly recommend you avoid veal. It is, far to often, a cruelly produced meat…poor scared little calves locked away in dark, horribly cramped stalls, deprived of many of the nutrients they crave, and even deprived of drinking water and any chance at exercise in order to make the meat softer and whiter. It’s really disgusting. I noticed you had a recipe for veal. So, when I read your statement about your concern for where your foof comes from, I wanted to let you know if the very serious yeshivas to avoid veal. Thanks! Kevin Miller and Family

    • Sorry, that last sentence got a bit jumbled. It should have read, “I wanted to let you know of the very serious reasons to avoid veal.”

  4. We are going to Texan New Yorker.

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