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August 2014

Introducing Site Logos: Personalize Your Blog, Display Your Brand

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One of the most common requests we’ve received from WordPress.com users is the ability to add a logo to your site. While some premium themes have their own type of logo uploader, as soon as you switched your theme, the logo would disappear. But not any more! Today, we’re excited to announce the new Site Logo feature.

With this new feature, you just need to upload your logo once. Your logo will appear on any of our supported themes, regardless of how often you switch themes. Each theme has been custom-tailored to ensure your logo will look its best and display appropriately, whether on a mobile device or a large screen.

In addition to offering support for over a dozen themes — from our best business-styled themes like Motif and Forefront to all-time favorites like Oxygen — we’ll continue to add support for even more themes over time (as well as new ones upon release).

To get…

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Makdous

Gastrogeek

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If like me, you’re a bit of a pickle fanatic, you will adore makdous. Baby aubergines stuffed with a mixture of walnuts, chilli, pepper and garlic, pickled in vinegar until tangy and then submerged in olive oil until tender –  my sister and I were recently wowed by these at Arabica restaurant and left me wanting to preserve my very own stash. As with all the most rewarding things to eat, these do take a while to make, especially if you are in search of Maximum Pickle Intensity. Having said that, they are pretty straightforward to prepare (I got my baby aubergines from Sainsbury’s online, so no need to panic if you don’t live anywhere ethnically rich).
We ate these with feta, olives, tomato salad, flat breads and smoked taramasalata, but they are also very good eaten in the Levantine fashion – mashed and stuffed into hot pitta bread…

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