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Introducing the NEW Mom 100!

Friends—some pretty cool news.
After eight years, the Mom 100 website is getting a makeover. A BIG makeover. More like plastic surgery, actually.  

A whole new look: I hope you’ll take some time to browse around the site. A beautiful new design awaits—we think it feels fresh and modern and very easy to read (my kids called it “classy," and I don’t think they were being sarcastic). 

You may also notice my name is now a bigger part of the site, and The Mom 100 brand name is smaller. Why? My writing and recipes have been more generally recipe focused rather than family focused for some time, and my recipes are really intended for people cooking in all sorts of situations—for families, of course, but also for other adults or for your partner or for just yourself. Plus my kids are old and hairy and shaving, and one of them is in college. So there’s that.
Faster and smoother clicking around: The site speed should be much improved, the gorgeous photos will load faster, the navigational tabs are super easy to use, and you’ll also see more useful add-ons, like nutritional breakdowns, cooking times, and the ability to search by relevant topics (Game Day RecipesInexpensive! Vegetarian! Gluten-Free!).
Lots of Kitchen Smarts Tips: Wondering How to Cook Leeks? How to Make Perfect Roasted TomatoesHow to Cook Perfect Brown Rice on the Stove? Well, answers to those questions you shall find, and lots more.
A HUGE thank you is owed to the crazy-talented team that made this all happen. I seriously could not and would not have done it without each of these smarty-pants individuals. Cialina Temena-Husemann, my indispensable site manager, I can’t thank you enough. Kate Travers and SarahMay Harel, who make the digital magic happen, made the process feel highly organized and even—enjoyable?!  And you might notice the newsletter looks different, too, reflecting the new spirit of the website—that’s thanks to Moira Kerrigan and Kate Oksen in the marketing department (they are also the reason this email lands in your inbox every week without fail). 
My generous sister Elizabeth pitched in with a bunch of behind-the-scenes work over the last month, and for that I am super grateful. I mean I paid her and all, but not enough. Finally, hooray to the designer and developer of the new site, Duane Smith and Bill Erickson, who were professional and lovely throughout this whole creative process.
While I am thanking people, I do want to say that though I have worked with a number of kitchen sous-chefs and photographers over the years, Mandy Maxwell (my full-on right arm in the kitchen) and Cheyenne Cohen (food photographer extraordinaire) have been behind most of what you have been seeing on for the past almost two years, and a more delightful set of kitchen colleagues I cannot envision. There is a true team behind all that you see in Katie Workman/Mom 100 land, and I admire them all.
(The music soars, and I am gently but firmly led off the stage.)
So, what will you check out first?  Fully Loaded Spinach Salad with Bacon and Blue Cheese7 Ways to Use Leftover Ground Turkey? Caramelized Onion and Spinach Crostini ? How to Make Vegan Fish SauceButterscotch Brownies aka Blondies?

I feel like I just moved houses, and I’m welcoming all my old friends to my new pad. Please, come in. No, you don’t have to take off your shoes, unless you want to, then by all means. Let me grab you a drink and something to eat, and let’s hang out a while.

Thank you for being here!

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