This is a long overdue post. Please accept my humble apologies for only doing this now. I am truly sorry for the delay.
As October flies by I just want to remind all of you views and writers out there that I am taking guest posts for next month. I will be on break preparing for the deep dark winter months and possibly participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). So if you’d like your work and writing […]
A very good friend reminded me today of stuffed peppers. My grandma would spend 8 hours making her version of stuffed peppers using not only the traditional green peppers but she included red, yellow and orange peppers as well in her recipe. I say recipe but Granny never used a recipe a day in her life. Each and every one of her over 2300 dishes, she made from scratch, using her memory to recreate many of her childhood dishes, taught to her by her mom and grandmom. Continue reading
What an honor to be a Guest and share some Home-made Tried and Tested Recipes with Crystal and her friends.
Please visit her and see what she has in store for you over at her blog. ♥
Hello everyone, I would like to welcome Esmé from The Recipe Hunter. She will be doing a guest post for us today and her subject is cooking. She will be sharing with us today some of her favorite recipes that she has tried and tested in her own kitchen.
Firstly, I would like to take this opportunity to thank Crystal for the wonderful invite and opportunity to be a Guest on her awesome blog. This is a huge honor and I hope you will enjoy the variety of dishes I am about to share with you.
Oh, maybe I should introduce myself. My name is Esmé and my blog is a compilation of home-made tried and tested recipes from around the Globe and you can visit and follow my Blog @ The Recipe Hunter! as well as join, follow and share your very own home-made tried and tested recipes with…
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Please meet my dear friend Dolly @ koolkosherkitchen
I am extremely grateful to dear Esmé for having me as a guest on her blog and giving me this opportunity to share my Rosh Hashanah recipes. Contrary to a common belief that Rosh Hashanah is Jewish New Year, it isn’t really so. It is the beginning of the 7th month of the Jewish calendar, rather than the first, and it literally means The Head of the Year. Continue reading
Firstly may I say how wonderful it is to be here, especially when you might say I’m an okay plain cook, nothing fancy. Oh, and did I mention the dudes? Well, they are the hamsters who run my blog. They are very keen on recipes because they are very keen on eating everything in sight, including my guest’s dogs, cats and things. So I should add, it’s even better to be here without them. Continue reading