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Thank you for your interest in my recipes and photos! I am honored to be asked to be featured in your publication.
All recipes on my site are written, tested, researched, and created by me. Hours of time are spent creating each and every recipe on this website. All photographs on my website (unless expressly labeled with permission and credit to the creator) are taken by me.
I'd be glad to allow you to feature my content on your website with the following stipulations. A single photograph, with a link to the recipe, is welcome and encouraged. No need to ask permission!
Examples of proper usage and credit:
- Boston Magazine: Eight No-Churn Ice Cream Recipes to Try This Summer
- Oprah Daily: 35 Easy Cookout Side Dishes to Serve at Your Summer BBQ
If you would like to feature my content in a different way, please contact me first. I do not allow my full written content, recipe, or directions to be copied to another website.
Are you a food blogger making a recipe roundup? Please feel free to browse my recipes. Using a photograph (with credit) on your roundup, as well as in Pinterest collages, is welcome.
All content on thetoastykitchen.com is copyrighted and owned by me, Heather. If I find my content copied and pasted to another site, or my photographs used to promote someone else's business, I will take legal action (I work with a company called Pixsy).
Did you know that copyright protection is automatic in the US (and another 180 countries around the world)? This means that all photographs are automatically copyrighted by whoever took them - you don't have to register a copyright for it.
If you don't have explicit permission to use a photograph you've found, you don't have the right to use it. Unless you're specifically searching a database of public domain images, assume that all images you see online are copyrighted. Google shows copyrighted images in their image search. Google is not a database of public domain images.
Here are a few articles with more information on copyright protection: