Adventure Requests & Testing Lab

Do you have a product(s) my audience of domestic gods, goddesses and wannabes need to know about?  If so, how about telling me more?  I would love to hear from you regarding advertising requests and consumer product reviews of your goodies.  

ADVERTISE… Wendy’s HOME EConomics! considers advertising and sponsorship requests on an individual basis.  If you are interested in showcasing your product(s) here and/or in Table Scraps newsletter, please send me a note about it and include…

  • Your name and contact information
  • Your product(s)
  • How you found WHE blog
  • and anything else you think relevant!

PRODUCT REVIEWS…  I’m always delighted to use and review your stuff to then share with my blogsters.  But just know, my reports will be honest ones, and even though a Southern gal like myself may embellish now and again, product reviews are something I take seriously and is one place false embellishment is taboo.  If, after review, your product garners a review less than stellar, I will surely chat with you about it before posting and typically will not post those particular ones.  For product reviews (and giveaway sponsorships), please send and include…

  • Your name and contact information
  • Your product(s)
  • How you found WHE blog
  • and anything else you think relevant!

4 Responses to Adventure Requests & Testing Lab

  1. Good morning,
    I want to bake the eggnog with banana nut granola pie that was included in this past month’s Carolina Country. This sounds very good. 7 cups of banana granola seems like a lot, and I wondered if this should be 2 cups. Thank you for your help. Wanda Mandeville

    • Hey Wanda,

      The recipe is correct.
      This is a very “bulky” cereal with the chunks of granola in it. The 7 cups is before it’s crushed. Once you crush the bulky 7 cups of cereal, it reduces in volume. And the recipe is written for a 10″ pie too. If your plate is smaller, then you may not need the entire amount of cereal. As you can kinda see in the picture, it’s nice and thick to hold up to the custard as it cooks! I don’t remember right now which brand I used… but I used the entire box. There was 7 cups to the box…
      I hope you enjoy the pie. The crust is what really makes it! Nice and crunchy… I hope you’ll come back and let me know what you think… the good/bad/ugly! I always appreciate feedback.

  2. Thanks Sneak Peeker!

  3. I love Wendy’s blog, you should too!

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