Crescent Dragonwagon: Dragon With a Wagon, But Not a Full Moon

This week’s Throwback Thursday post goes back to the beginning of this year when Liz first joined the team. Thus far, Crescent Dragonwagon is the only person profiled by the Blog of Funny Names to reach out to us after reading our post. Liz has a knack for people getting in touch with her for funny names-related business.

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With today’s post, we welcome the wonderful Liz of DeLizious food services and the Food for Fun blog to our growing slate of columnists. You’ll like her. Not only is she a great chef, great writer, and the kind of person who puts a pun into the name of her business, but she’s been a long-time fan and we’ve been looking forward to this post ever since she expressed interest in writing for us nearly four weeks ago. Plus, with Liz joining us (and if you include Mailman), then we now have a gender-balanced cast of authors, which makes us kind of like the cast of Friends (Woohoo!  Always a dream of mine). She has spent the last month trying (in vain) to control expectations, so let’s give her a warm welcome as she joins the BoFN team! – Dave

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9 Responses to Crescent Dragonwagon: Dragon With a Wagon, But Not a Full Moon

  1. ksbeth says:

    wonderful and she sounds amazing )

    • Liz says:

      Thanks, Beth! She’s a force, that’s for sure. Am following her on facebook and she does amazing things to help folks. Very kind soul, but also very powerful and unafraid to act.

  2. wdydfae says:

    I remember this post! I think this was the first BoFN post I saw, if I’m not mistaken, though I remember looking around and saying to myself, “Oh, it’s just something about food,” and then leaving to go up to the About and Theory pages, then coming back and actually reading it, and saying, “Hey, this is good!”

    • Liz says:

      well of course it’s good, diddy–I wrote it 😉 haha. Am flattered to have Dave put it back out there. The great after-story is that Crescent saw this post and reposted it on her facebook page. I sent her a note saying “thanks,” and she was so kind and appreciative and connected with my facebook page AND had her publicist send me her two latest cookbooks. Have connected with her over different things since then. Pretty cool way to meet an admired author.

      About that dessert (the one you won’t let me eat if I give you anymore guff)–you have three kinds of cookies waiting for you at last week’s food for fun post. You mentioned looking forward to “meeting” Ann, though I didn’t see you there so couldn’t introduce you. ??? Maybe you were there, but wanted to make sure you knew it was out there. (because I’m pushy like that)

      I remember your first comment about having a funny name story (Kyary), but didn’t realize it was you until you referred back to that comment a few months later. And now we’re all just one big happy family.

  3. That is so cool. What a wonderful connection!

    • Liz says:

      did you not know the story? Was thinking you were in the loop. You took it up a notch with your Dr. Soup, though. Yeehaw 🙂

      • I had no idea you and Crescent had connected. That is the coolest thing. You just never know where a connection will come from.

        Dr. Soup was a hoot. He autographed my three copies of his books. I gave them to one of my nieces for her boys to read. They were thrilled to have autographed copies. It gave me “great aunt” points. 🙂

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