We’re going to try something different this week, okay? We’re going to have a quiet party, okay?
I know, that would be hard. Believe me, I understand. I’m the first in line whenever a party is mentioned. And I’m the most ardent proponent of the “work hard, play hard” credo. But for this Fiesta Friday, I’d like us to pause.
Because sometimes we need to slow down… to relax… to just enjoy the moment…
And most importantly, to appreciate and value each other.
So for this Fiesta Friday, I don’t have designated co-hosts. You all are! Please do view and visit each other’s links and leave a comment or two. Build on the friendship that you’ve started, even if just virtually.
We won’t be selecting features. Not this time. This time is just for us to let the other person know how fun and exciting they’ve made blogging for us by being there to read, like, follow, and leave comments.
These are outstanding posts from last week:
“This is like a dream! Everything I like in one frozen treat. Brown Butter ICE CREAM!?!?! With OREOS!?!? Amazing! What a perfect summer dessert.” — Josette
“Just look at these popsicles! I just love the idea of the addition of brown butter which would just enrich the butterscotch flavor. Dini didn’t stop there however. She went and added oreos! There is no way I would be able to resist these.” — Julie
“I love lobster rolls, but so many people ruin it by adding too much mayonnaise. This beautiful warm salad uses an herb flavored crème fraîche and is complimented with a delicious fluffy corn waffle. Now that is one brunch I wish I was invited too.” — Julie
“I love everything about Johanne’s dish and can’t wait to make it myself! Such wonderful summer flavors that all go so well together. Beautiful fresh corn in the waffles AND the warm lobster salad- not to mention the pancetta, leeks, and fresh herbs. The herb-loaded crème fraîche topping just puts it over the top. Lovely!!” — Josette
“I’ve seen a lot of posts on making macarons, but have never had the confidence to try them myself. Michelle did an amazing job providing step-by-step instructions. She broke down the mystery and myths of making macarons. I think even I can make them now! My future macarons, thank you Michelle!” — Julie
“Cooking bread in a geyser… Wow. Not only is the cooking method fabulously special and unique, the shape is fun, and the bread looks absolutely delicious!” — Josette
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