Fiesta Friday #203
Hi, guys! It’s time for another Fiesta Friday Link Party. You know what to do!
I trust that you will visit each other’s links, leave encouraging comments, develop virtual friendship, and so on and so forth…
Even if your errant host aka yours truly is not going to be around and there are no cohosts to guide you. I’m totally confident you all know how to have a good time.
Then when you’re done having fun (as if that’s even remotely possible), help me select favorite links to be featured next week. Come back on Tuesday and cast your votes!
Favorite links from last week
“Braided bread is such a show stopper and Jhuls has certainly created such a recipe. The interesting part is the sweet red mung bean filling that she has used. Softened adzuki beans combined with sugar and condensed milk sure sounds like a perfect filling surrounded by a sweet yeast dough.” — Judi
“Wow! Gorgeous! And such a creative idea with the sweet bean filling! You’ve outdone yourself, Jhuls, BRAVO!!” — Angie
“I love riced cauliflower but find it can be rather plain tasting. Not with Zeba’s recipe as she has created a savory curry with vegetables such as tomatoes, peas and chilies; numerous fragrant and spicy seasonings like turmeric, chili powder and Asafoetida (I have that spice). I am anxious to try this…” — Judi
“This delicious dish is bursting with flavour transforming what is often an overlooked vegetable. Five a day easy! Gorgeous photos of gorgeous food in a gorgeous artisan bowl! 😊” — Laurena
“I just love this recipe! This is winter comfort food at its best! Potatoes & cheese bundled into little handmade parcels. Look how neat Monika made them all too – flawless!” — Laurena
“What a delightful beverage Jessica has created full of fresh juices and fruit – oh and wine too! A perfect holiday drink to share with family and friends.” — Judi
Now, let’s party! Join Fiesta Friday #203 by adding your link(s). Cast your votes for your favorite links on Tuesday!
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