Saturday, December 12, 2009

You really want that mustard blend

Google Analytics has been tracking my website for just over 3 years. I assume that's when I installed Analytics, since my blog is actually nearly 5 years old. Over the past 3 years, the top keywords used to find my blog have consistently been some variation of "Texadelphia mustard blend". As of today, my top 10 results are:

1. katie words
2. katies world
3. texadelphia mustard blend recipe
4. texadelphia queso recipe
5. texadelphia calories
6. bajio grill calories
7. texadelphia nutritional info
8. texadelphia mustard sauce recipe
9. texadelphia mustard blend
10. katie's world

I have a few things to say about this. First of all, if you're concerned about calories or nutrition, don't even bother going to Texadelphia. Seriously. No matter what your nutritional concern is, they probably violate it. But it just tastes so darn good. Mmmmm.

Secondly, I posted once about trying to figure out the Texadelphia mustard blend recipe. But I never got around to doing it! So you're out of luck with that. Part of the reason I didn't do it is because the Texadelphia Cheesesteak with mustard blend is an entire experience. The mustard blend is great, but the cheesesteak itself is unique as well. I assumed that even if I found a cheesesteak in Utah and added my own mustard blend, it would never match up to the real thing. I'll just have to wait until the next time I visit Texas (they have locations in Houston, Austin, Dallas, or San Antonio).

Also, as a little dose of reality, I don't really get THAT many hits on Texadelphia. Over the past 3 years, I've had 274 visits to my blog from people looking for Texadelphia. That's a lot, but not really, when spread over 3 years.

I didn't look very closely at my results, other than to skim looking for the word Texadelphia, but these were two of the weirdest results I had:

"women" "typical passwords" "email"
First of all, I don't think you need to use that many quote marks. Second, mind your own business. However, if your wife is cheating on you and you need that password to confirm it, go for it!

average hair grow 40 feet per night
Um, I don't think you would call that average. But wouldn't that be awesome? You could go with a short spiky cut one day, and the next have it floor length. If I ever get my own world, in addition to all the hair being rainbow colored, it's going to grow as fast as the person wants it to.


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