Work With Me

I'm always looking for ways to work with others. If you are interested in working with me, please contact me at savorymomentsblog[at]gmail[dot]com. Partnerships I'm interested in include, but are not limited to, the following:

- Recipe development 
- Product reviews
- Guest blog posts
- Freelance writing for food/recipe magazines, etc. 


Please note that I like to partner with companies and review/use products that are in-line with the themes of my blog. Thank you! 

Companies I have worked with
Barlean's - Chocolate banana baked oatmeal recipe
Chef Shamy - Gourmet butter review and berry crisp recipe
Chelsea Green Publishing - Cookbook review
Chobani - Greek yogurt football brownies recipe 
Divine Chocolate - Beef and butternut squash chocolate chili recipe
Door County Coffee & Tea Co. - Coffee review
Envy Apples - Chipotle turkey, apple, and sweet potato chili recipe
Flahavan's - Apple cream pie in oatmeal crust recipe
Flavor of the Earth - Ceylon cinnamon review and Snickerdoodles recipe and Organic turmeric review and roasted turmeric & honey chickpeas recipe
Imperial Sugar - Sweet potato brownies recipe, Hot chocolate pancakes recipe, & Glazed spiced apple cider cookies recipe
Halo Top Creamery - Ice cream review
Marx Foods (see below Recipe Contests) 
OSOhome - personalized wood cutting board review 
Rodelle - Spooky double chocolate eyeball cookies recipe
Smokin' O's - product review and smoked Shrimp and avocado tacos recipe
Swiss Diamond Cookware - roasting pan review and Roasted Apple Butter recipe
Teavivre - Green tea review and green tea jelly recipe 
The Spice House - Creamy beet and apple salad recipe

Press: 

Recipe features

Stone Frying Pans: 100 Best Winter Recipes (Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies) 

Organic Authority: 4 Vegetable Mac and Cheese Recipes Perfect for Meatless Monday (Butternut Squash Mac n' Cheese with Hazelnut Crumble) 

Natural Parents Network: 33 Reasons to Grow Bea Balm, Lavender, and Basil: Strawberry-basil ice cream

The Frisky: 11 Thanksgiving Side Dishes that Will Impress Your In-Laws: Smoked paprika and maple glazed delicata squash

Edible Buffalo magazine's blog: Seared scalloped over pearl couscous with peas and garlic scape sauce (July 19, 2013) [No longer in press]

Buffalo News Hungry for More blog: Fresh from the Forest: Creamy Ramp and Potato Soup and foraging article (April 24, 2013) [Blog no longer in press]

Institute of Integrative Nutrition's blog: 105 Healthy Recipes for Every Holiday Menu, Healthy Kwanzaa Recipes: Stewed Okra and Tomatoes with Andouille Sausage

Articles
The Public - Pic and Chews: Buffalo Chowhounds of Instagram (November 9, 2015)

Recipe contests
Marx Foods' 5th Annual Morel Mushroom Recipe Challenge: Baked Edition - Entry: Savory morel & goat cheese custards with wild ramp vinaigrette

Marx Foods' Beans for Breakfast Recipe Contest - Entry: Mexican spiced bean and egg breakfast stacks


Join my Facebook groups
Baby & Toddler Food Recipe Share
WNY Seasonal Living & Cooking (open only to those who live in the Buffalo/Western NY Region) 

4 comments:

  1. Hi Amy

    It was very nice to meet you at the World On Your Plate event a few weeks ago! I finally dug up your business card (from the Entrepreneur Workshop) and would love to work with you if you are interested. My husband and I have an Etsy store called OSOhome and I think our ecofriendly personalized cutting boards would be a great fit.

    Looking forward to hearing from you,
    Monica Witvoet

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    1. Hi Monica! Thanks so much for reaching out. That sounds terrific. Can you please give me your email address (or send me an email at savorymomentsblog[at]gmail[dot]com to work out the details? Thanks!

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  2. Amy, when I was just taking a bath---which is my Think Tank---an idea popped into my head. I think you have followed my blog enough that you know I like to write stories. Sometimes I featured another bloggers recipe. I got the idea of kind of doing it in reverse.
    Would you be interested in giving me 3 recipes. My challenge would be to build a story around at least two if not all three recipes. When I use a recipe I would like to use your picture, then link back to your blog so the readers can get the recipe. Is this something you would like to do? Carol

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    1. Hi Carol! This sounds like fun. Can you send me an email (or else I will send you one in the morning). Thanks!

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