Comments Are Open

Dear friends,

Dilalini and I have opened the comments again, which means you can weigh in on recipes and posts here at Crouton’s Kitchen without having to register and log in.

We started requiring commenters to register and log in a few years ago after comment spammers discovered our little cooking blog. That got rid of the spammers, but it discouraged discussion and ideas. We installed some anti-spam plugins, which we hope will fend off most of the comment spam. If any gets through, we’ll manually delete it.

We don’t yet know how effective these plugins are. There’s a possibility they might block some of your comments, especially if you write about things like discount sunglasses or male enhancement products. Stay away from subjects like that and you should be fine!

© 2014, Crouton deMenthe. All rights reserved.


About Crouton deMenthe  Amateur cook and barbecue fanatic.


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1 comment to Comments Are Open

  • I opened all three of my blogs to comments. The very first comment I got on one of the other blogs was spam. Therefore Ditalini and I have made a slight tweak to the comments here at Crouton’s Kitchen: comments will be held in our email queue for moderation and approval. What that means is this: your comment won’t appear immediately, but if it’s not spam, it will, and usually within 24 hours. We hate to do this, but you don’t want to see ads for discount sunglasses and Russian brides, do you?

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