Thank you, Andrea for allowing me to share this!
Thank you, Andrea for allowing me to share this!
Happy Weekend all 🙂
This recipe for crunchy roasted chickpeas from www.nancy-c.com had to be shared! We do eat a lot of chickpeas in our home and this looks like such a delightful way to try them! We are trying to ‘snack healthier’ and you can’t really get much healthier snacks than this!
I only have 1 question: If you have dehydrated chickpeas, do you still need to soak and then dry them again, or…? Either way, we will figure it out. I hope my dear Husband reads this post. He is our resident chickpea genius 😉
I hope you find this as delightful as I did!
Thank you, Nancy, for allowing me to share this!
I am loving this peach scone recipe from www.pottsboilingover.com and I cannot wait to try making these! This dish looks truly amazing as do so many of the dishes on this website! If you love sweets you don’t see anywhere else, you will love this site.
Thank you, Potts boiling over, for allowing me to share this!
I wanted to share this great post via My Colorful Life. As you know, I have been searching for ideas on things I can make for gifts, instead of spending a ton of money on gifts people may or may not actually like. I have been trying to get the mustard situation down, but I just cannot allow myself to make it strictly by the recipe. Time to try something new. Candle-making is such a super idea and Suzi makes this seem so…possible!
I hope you enjoy this post as much as I have. Thank you, Suzi, for allowing me to share this!
*This post was reblogged via Press, so you need to click the link to read the full post
On this happy Saturday, I had to share this fantastic recipe for sushi with a Hawaiian twist from www.chicksonthecase.com
If you haven’t already checked out their great site, please do, its lots of fun!
Thank you Leslie for allowing me to share this delicious recipe!
Good day to you all 🙂
I came across this great recipe for peppermint chocolate cake on www.crystalscrazycorner.wordpress.com and I had to share it! This of you who have been with me for a time, are well aware that I cannot bake. Cakes confound me. She made this recipe look simple enough that I think I might even be able to give it a go. Thank you Crystal!
Love these link up parties! If you enjoy networking, please stop by www.dreambigdreamoften.co and share your link!
Good day, all 🙂
I wanted to share via reblog this great and simple recipe from https://www.sheedskitchen.wordpress.com for Schezwan sauce!
If you are anything like me in the kitchen, gorgeous food just seems out of reach. So I look for seemingly complex recipes that have been shared in such a way that it almost seems possible for us commoners to make and beg their writers to allow me to share them. I can’t wait to try this recipe!
Thank you, Sheed for allowing me to share this!
Good evening, all!
I love kale, and simply put recipes (those who know me, know that I both have trouble in the kitchen and that I fall in stilettos) and I am so excited to follow the blog https:/www.articuleate.com
Sebby Holmes ( I reeeeaaalllly hope I spelled that correctly) is a top chef in a Thai restaurant in the UK and he has decided to share some of his top secret recipes! I was super excited to find a simply-put (meaning; it looks simple, until I try to make it) recipe for kale! He was happy to share it with you, and so am I!
Please check out articulate.com and I only hope that Sebby will let us know which restaurant (and which shifts) he works in, so that we can come visit next time we are in UK!
Thanks for reading and enjoy!
I had to share this great post by 4 Freckled Faces 🙂
When you’ve got your Halloween decor out, your costumes on it’s time to get your creative baking vibe going!
These fun and easy spider cookies look just the right level of challenging for me, so I had to share! Enjoy and Happy Halloween!
These are so easy to make and guaranteed to taste yummy! I have a friend who refuses to bake for people (including her family) because she is scared of making people ill and doesn’t want to risk the embarrassment of what she has made, tasting disgusting. So with her in mind, we made these! What […]
I had to share this great post from https://www.srbottch.com
I have been following Steve’s blog for quite some time now and he never ceases to amuse! This post was just too good not to share. Hands up – who’s reached this level of telepathy in your relationship?
I’m sharing another great recipe today from www.japanese-food.org There are tons of awesome recipes on this site but this tempura cod recipe really caught my attention because it looks simple enough that maybe even I can do it!
Enjoy this, and please check out this great site 🙂
This recipe! It’s been 2 weeks now that I’ve been on my extreme experiment challenge and I’ve been searching for a semi-simple recipe for baguette bread. Everything looks so…complicated! Until I came across this quite awesome recipe on www.olderfatterhappier.com
I’m reflagging this because I think it’s cool, but also so I can have it on hand when I try it. 😉 I WILL try this!
I’m sharing Colette’s Recycled Book Reading Challenge for this month, as we were traveling and I was unable to do my regular post. (Which by the way, the RBRC will be continuing as of the 1st of this month!) Colette is awesome and I hope you will visit her blog.
All the best!
via August 2018 RBRC
I just thought this was great! My brain is offline on the regular 😉 Fun post from www.reallifeofanmsw.com Happy Saturday!
Here’s another drool worthy recipe from www.ruchisvegkitchen.com that I just had to share. My motives for sharing this are quite selfish actually; I want it easy to reference so that I can make it! I really want to make this, pour it into an ice cube tray and keep it in the freezer until I need it, then just pop one out and gobble it up! Enjoy, and if you make this, please let us know how it turns out!
Thank you to Ruchis veg kitchen for allowing me to reblog!
Hi there 🙂
I really wanted to share this great post from www.nigroskitchen.com
He has some really awesome stuff there, so I highly recommend you stop by for a visit!
Don’t worry if you see some ingredients here that you may not have access to. I already asked about Castor sugar and self raising flour. He explained it to me in a way where I think I can find (or create) a suitable substitute that will work the same 😉
A small and beautiful poem about love along with a great lemon drizzle cake recipe. What’s not to like?
I had to share this awesomely fun post by www.matiuadex.com
Have you ever thought about how much it would cost IRL to be a superhero? Ponder no more, the entire financial breakdown is here! I geeked-out so hard when I read this post & I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did!
Thanks, Matiuadex for allowing me to share this!
This recipe for Ginger Honeycomb Brittle from www.ephemeralbee.wordpress.com looks surprisingly simple! I’ve been spying quite a few brittle recipes on WP but it always looks soooooo complicated! And you know me; I can barely follow recipes (as I take them more as suggestions) so complicated won’t happen. Fortunately, The Ephemeral Bee managed to dumb down this yummy treat recipe so much that even yours truly is feeling quite confident! 😀 Thanks to www.ephemeralbee.wordpress.com for allowing me to reblog. 😀 Enjoy!
Hi there 🙂
I’m really happy to be able to share this post from from Be Well With MB.
I love veggie food and the great recipes that come along with it. So you can imagine my joy when I stumbled upon this beauty of a recipe for lentil burgers! Thank you to MB for allowing me to share this awesome recipe post. I hope my hubby is reading, because this looks like something he would love to try!
Day two of our #PlantPoweredProtein series brings us to lentils. While lentils may sound pretty boring to talk about, they’re one of my favorite members of the legume family. Not only are they an excellent source of lean protein (around 18g of protein per 1 cup and less than 1g of fat), but they are […]
I found this cool Tumeric Tea recipe from www.healthybyheidi.wordpress.com during a blog reading sess. I have never thought about putting these ingredients together, but the more I think about it, the more delicious it sounds! I had to share this drink recipe because I think you’ll find it cool, plus I want to keep it handy to try out when I’m brave enough to introduce this to the family! Thank you, Heidi for letting me reblog this! 😀
Good morning, all 🙂
I happened upon this great and easy to make recipe for sweet potato fries yesterday on www.hopefu1romantic.wordpress.com This is another recipe that I am really wanting to try. Can’t wait!
I found my Halloween party recipe! WWWAAAAHHHOOO!! Hehe. So excited about this awesome idea from www.bobbecrouch.com 😀 She makes this pumpkin shaped cheeseball look deceptively easy to make and I can’t wait to try it!
If you like creative bloggers with great personality, you should check out her blog. There’s lots of fun stuff!
Thank you, Bobbe for allowing me to share this!
Hello there 🙂
I HAD to reblog this Sweet Potato Gnocchi with creamy mushroom sauce recipe from www.ezentiallyfit.com This site is really new, but if this recipe is anything to judge by, there will be many great things to come.
The story behind this reblog is: I was traveling in Israel years ago and as a mostly vegetarian / quite finicky eater finding the perfect meal proved challenging in some cases. Until that is, I discovered a dish a lot like this recipe! I think it was more sweet potato cheese ravioli with a cream mushroom sauce – but with a thick gnocchi -like texture, but it was SO GOOD and I’ve been on the hunt for a simplified version of this recipe that I actually have a chance of making myself. So you can imagine how excited I was when I came across this post!
I hope you enjoy this as much as I am!
Hi there 🙂
I wanted to share this awesome vegan cabbage rolls recipe post from www.truenorthnomad.net I have been following this blog for a good amount of time and its a good one! Please check it out, you won’t be disappointed 🙂 Enjoy the Cabbage rolls!
I found this yummy looking tomato soup recipe on https://ephemeralbee.wordpress.com and had to share it. These photos really have me drooling! Hope you enjoy it, and thanks to Ephemeral Bee for allowing me to share this!
Hello there 🙂
I had to share this great post by www.lorynstone.wordpress.com
I happened upon it while discovering new blogs & the business nerd in me had a party. Reading about fascinating corporate lawsuits is what got me through Trade Law & to this day, I’m like a moth to a flame with these stories. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did, and feel free to check out her fascinating blog while you’re at it!
I had to share this awesome Mustard recipe from www.browniesandbeer.wordpress.com I made a scaled down version of this recipe yesterday and it turned out really well! I think I’ll be making this for Christmas gifts this year 😀 I hope you enjoy this as much as I have, and if you have a moment, check out Brownies & Beer – Good peeps!
I had to share this fab fried okra recipe I found from www.camelliascottage.com I was so happy to see this! When we were in States this summer, we fell in love with okra. Good thing too, because it was in everything! I can’t wait to find some okra and try this recipe. I’ve been told the key is to make sure the oil is hot as molten lava.
Thanks, Camellia, for letting me share this!
Greetings all 🙂 I had to share this awesomely unique breakfast recipe from www.goindikitchen.com This site is packed with cool stuff, so feel free to check them out! Thanks for letting me share, can’t wait to try this recipe!
This is the first time I’ve seen a recipe for avocado-cilantro hummus….3 of my favorite things! So I HAD to share this post by www.vfoodjourney.com I hope you enjoy this as much as I did, and thanks to the author for allowing me to share this great post!
Since we are embarking on Spring, which is always an exciting time of year for those in love with high fashion, I wanted to share this post highlighting some great looks from the Louis Vuitton Runway for the Spring/Summer 2017 season. Enjoy!
When it comes to reblogging, we should never assume that all bloggers would like their work to be shared. Many do, of course, as its a great way to create awareness of ones blog. But not all blogs are the same. Many blogs are related to specialized fields or have taken a sincere amount of research, or the blogger/author would like to keep their content unique. Not to mention the businesses on wordpress which create a blog as a way to create a more personal bond with their clients. This is why we must always. ALWAYS ask before reblogging a post, and ad a sincere thank you and shout-out to the original author when reblogging.
This can be time-consuming and frustrating when we, as bloggers, stumble upon a post that we would love to share because we know our readers would really like to see it! To help ease the pain a bit, I have put together a list of sites that have stated that being reblogged is totally cool and they appreciate it.
I will be updating this list for you regularly. If you would like your site to be added onto the list, please leave a link and state that you would like to be added, in the comment section below.
Feel free to reblog this post, and keep it handy for reference later if you’re a reblogging fan! And remember; If you would like your site added to this ever-growing list, please leave a comment about it in the comments section 🙂
Thanks for reading, thanks for sharing!
A great post about a a startup in the sustainable fabric/fashion industry. Thanks to www.amazinggracefulness.com for letting me share!