So… summer is officially over for me. I went back to school (read: work) this week.
It went by so fast. I swear… I took a nap, and then when I woke up, summer was gone. What. Is. Going. On?!
I don’t even think I took a long nap. The evidence? I’m constantly sleepy and tired now. I wouldn’t be had I taken a long enough nap.
Does anybody else feel the same way?
What I need is some party to rejuvenate my tired bones. To refresh my eyes. To reawaken my soul. To reinvigorate my spirit…
It’s The Effie & Steffi Show!! Seriously, it’s going to be off the hook!! You need to come and join!!
And now… outstanding posts from last week are:
“This one is personal…It was lovely for me to see Loretta’s and Jhuls’ posts, cooking mine and then Selma’s recipe; once again, it shows our community, and sharing, and how our food experiences move around the world… ” — Elaine
“This dish will be very famous forever. I made the dish myself (both Elaine’s and Selma’s) and both are so insanely good. I could see from Loretta’s version that it has more sauce and I would love, love to dive into the pan and polish off everything 😀 ” — Jhuls
“I second both Elaine and Jhuls on this one. I tried the roasted chicken and my family gave it a resounding approval. It’s bound to be a repeat for many, many dinners! Such an excellent, five-star recipe! I encourage you all to give it a try” — Angie
“I grew up knowing only Banana and Tomato Ketchup. I don’t know that such ketchup like Hilda’s Rhubarb Crabapple Ketchup could ever exist. I could almost imagine the amazing flavors. I wish she could send me a bottle 😀 ” — Jhuls
“As always, Hilda inspires us by presenting a recipe using lesser-known or seldom-used ingredients. Apple ketchup actually sounds even more delicious than regular ketchup!” — Angie
“This flower loaf is stunning; the step by step photos are so interesting, as well as useful, and the outcome is amazing. I wouldn’t want to cut it!!” — Elaine
“I would lacquer it and tack it to my wall, if I ever make this! That’s what I would do. Isn’t it a piece of art?” — Angie
“I always, always admire Linda’s talent – bread-making, sweets, savoury dishes – you name it! These Magdalenas look really fluffy and delicious and so perfect for my morning tea. You know what? They are perfect anytime of the day.” — Jhuls
“These are like muffins and like madeleines. They’re muffin madeleines. Actually, they have a name, Magdalenas. Aren’t they pretty?” —Angie
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