Fiesta Friday #107
I’m running out of co-hosts, yikes!
I’m fine for next week, but after that I think I only have 1 co-host confirmed. Ideally, I’d like to have many weeks or months all lined up so I don’t have to keep asking. But I’m asking now. Just leave me a comment or use the contact page to let me know.
I know some of you have suggested permanent co-hosts, but I’m not sure I want Fiesta Friday to go in that direction. I do understand that most, if not all, link parties operate that way, but I’d like to think we’re different.
Fiesta Friday should belong to ALL of us. Each participant should have a say and an opportunity to be a co-host and to select features.
And that’s only a small part that you can play. There are many other ways that you can participate, by the way. But I have yet to formulate the best plans on how to make this into a more heavily participant or member-run site.
One day it’ll all become clear to me. I just need to sit down and think. There are so many things to consider. But who knows, maybe in the future we can turn this into a platform truly for bloggers to connect and share ideas. We can always dream.
In the meantime, I’m trying to learn as much as I can about blogging so I can share my findings with you. All in the limited time that I have, you know. I am, after all, a working mom who blogs only when time permits.
I’m even thinking of joining Food Blogger Pro. Seems to be the place to learn. Though membership is not exactly cheap. $29 a month is quite steep. But who knows, maybe I’ll come away with tremendous amount of knowledge.
I’m still deciding.
I know one thing I don’t have to decide. Partying with you! That comes automatically, first and foremost!
“Did someone say pineapple?! You may not know this, but I have a thing about pineapple. What?! You knew?! How?! Anyway, these tarts are absolutely delightful. I must, must make! Thank you much, Julie, for the recipe.” — Angie
“I love those dainty little buns, especially as they are made with a sourdough starter! The spiced apple filling is also a winner, perfect for this time of the year. ” — Steffi
For another semlor recipe, check out Petra’s. Hers is filled with raspberry jam. Sounds equally delicious.
“I’m obsessed with all things cheesecake so when I spotted this ultimate cherry cheesecake, I knew I had to pick it! I love how this cheesecake is made with Greek yogurt and not just cream cheese yet still maintains its creaminess. And that sweet cherry glaze looks sooo amazing.” — Andrea
“Roselle completely haunts me. I’ve always wanted to try it but haven’t been able to find any. I suppose I can always order online, but no…that would be too easy! Instead I accepted another blogger’s offer to send me some seeds from overseas so I could plant it myself. Long story short, next thing I knew I was contacted by US Customs. Turned out it was illegal to send seeds from a different country. The seeds were destroyed and I haven’t had roselle to this day. So sad… I can only imagine how wonderful this cake must have tasted. One day, one day…” — Angie
Now, let’s party! Join Fiesta Friday #107 by adding your link. Don’t forget to link your post to FiestaFriday.net and the co-hosts’ blogs. Your co-hosts this week are Margy @ La Petite Casserole and Su @ Su’s Healthy Living.
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