We’re back!

This blog seems to have successfully migrated to its new home on WordPress. Hooray!

What do you think? To my eyes it’s not radically different, but the type is bigger and the layout slightly more open.

Certain elements haven’t transferred yet, the links to other blogs most notably (*and also the categories), but we’ll get that taken care of soon. Let me know if you notice anything else missing or screwy. The crucial thing is that all posts, photos comments are intact.

I’m just beginning to familiarize myself with the inner workings, and since I also have to produce Sunday’s column and sit through training on our glitzy new phone system (lots of technological changes are happening all at once here), I’ll have to forego a Restaurant of the Week. Look for that next week.

Oh, and thanks for bearing with us. I missed this blog the past couple of days and hope you did too.

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  • Bob House

    An historic achievement Mr. A. First time an Internet or other computer application has changed and resulted in being better and not harder to use. I’m already having nightmares about Windows 8. And you were missed here in Phoenix.

    • davidallen909

      Thanks, Bob. At this point I’m not so sure it isn’t harder to use from my standpoint, but I’ll get the hang of it.

  • a.weasel

    PLEEEEEEZE…have the David Allen IE Restaurant Reviews By City migrate over to the new blog !!!! THX

    • davidallen909

      Glad you find those useful. Me too. I’m assuming the Categories will all return soon.

  • theveens

    I’ve been wanting to tell you that I bought the book”How Mexican Food conquered America” by Gustavo Arellano. I bought it as a pre-read to see if I should get it for my 4 adult children for Christmas. they all LOVE Mexican food, though I didn’t cook it for them as children. Imagine my surprise on page 140 about the long, narrow restaurant–El Faro–I have been there! I’ve watched my son and husband eat those foil double-wrapped burritos. It really is a “quivering mass”. I decided to get ithe book but now have to figure out how to get it on the iPad, Kindle etc. I have found out that no one reads books anymore.

    • davidallen909

      Who’s this “no one” to whom you refer? I’ve bought the book myself (the title is “Taco USA,” with what you quoted being the subtitle) and hope to get to it in the near future.