What’s up, peeps?!
I’m a little preoccupied this week. Family matters, mom duties, that sort of thing. I didn’t spend much time in the kitchen. So, pardon the absence of recipe posts this week.
But it’s not like there’s a lack of recipes around here. Just look at all the Fiesta Friday links. Many, many of them are of five-star quality.
That’s precisely why, except for the two I received as gifts, I haven’t bought any new cookbook since Fiesta Friday started.
Hey, maybe we can all get together and publish our own Fiesta Friday Cookbook. Wouldn’t that be something?
We dream big dreams here at Fiesta Friday, peeps!
Roasted Carrot, Golden Beet And Goat Cheese Tart With Dukkah from Suzanne @ apuginthekitchen
“This is just so beautiful! I know Suzanne was one of the co-hosts, but hey, I can’t help but notice when something catches my eye. And this tart really does! Gorgeous!” — Angie
Nougat de Montélimar from Ginger @ Ginger&Bread
“This looked magical…like a mesmerizing tower of dreams. I am sure I could not pull this off but Ginger made this perfection look easy. She even make it sound a bit healthier by adding extra nuts and cranberries” — Zeba
Celebrating Black History Month from Loretta @ Safari of the mind
“This is such a beautiful post, poignant, touching and so well written. Loretta takes us on an emotional journey, her photographs and narrative are so beautiful. This gorgeous post, IMHO, deserves to be featured.” — Suzanne
Samosa Galette from Shelly @ Sweet & Savory
“This wins in the creative category! Turning a samosa into a galette is just a brilliant idea!” — Angie
Now, let’s party! Join Fiesta Friday #109 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 Josette @ thebrookcook and Lily @ little sweet baker.
If you’re new to Fiesta Friday, please read the guidelines
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Everything looks so yummy!!! So many ideas 😀
Exactly! Who needs to buy a cookbook, am I right? ?
Totally right 😀
OMG I am so honoured! I’ve been such a party poop lately, so I’ll take your generosity as a kick in the backside to get out more … Glad I’m not the only one who is busy, though – I have a lovely dessert in the pipeline, all I need to do is write up the post.
Have a great week, Angie!
Looking forward to the lovely dessert! I’m going to see if I can get reacquainted with my kitchen this weekend ?
I’m ok with the kitchen part of it, it’s the getting the time to take pictures, edit them and write up the recipe bit that’s at times hard to find the time for. And I’ve been trying to refine a particular recipe to the point that I actually like the end result … give me an extra 2 hours each day and I’ll be flying!
I know exactly what you mean! Except I think I need 3 more hours. One full hour for napping! ??
A cookbook from Fiesta Friday people sounds wonderful! After all what are dreams for? To turn them into a reality! Happy FF!
That’s a lovely sentiment, Su. One of these days, I’ll have all the time in the world to make all my dreams come true ??
All great things started with a dream.:)
Don’t mind me, just dreaming of a Fiesta Friday cookbook (little dancing dinner plates in my eyes!!!) Happy Fiesta Friday, Angie!
You’ll never know, Mandi, you’ll never know! Happy FF to you, too! XOXO
Elaine @ foodbod says
Wonderful! All my favourite posts from last week, a perfect selection 🙂 and I completely agree, who needs cookbook when we’ve got this great resource??
Have a great weekend xxx
Great minds think alike, Elaine! Yours and Zeba’s and Suzanne’s ??
Elaine @ foodbod says
Great features as always! I’ve been given the odd cookbook recently but apart from one and ones I’ve had for years, I hardly look at them, I agree I get most of my inspiration from blogs these days. A FF cookbook would be great, though, so many great things could go in it!
I did once talk to the late Selma about an FF recipe book. She had some great ideas but then we never really followed through. It’s something I still think about every now and then ?
I’m humbled dear Fiesta Friday friends, thanks so much for featuring my post (nothing delicious in that post for sure) so thanks so much Suzanne for giving it a spotlight as one of last week’s features! Love the rest of the features too. One day I’m going to buy a rectangular tart pan like Suzanne’s – whatever she bakes in it, is just awesome, I saw that same post of hers featured elsewhere, I forget where.
But you deserve the spotlight, Loretta. You always give us thought-provoking posts. History is important to remember. I love history so much I almost majored in it! And I’m not surprised Suzanne’s post is featured elsewhere. That tart is gorgeous!
I’ve been too busy this week, too. I am glad that I have managed to join this week’s FF! I missed those times where I can blog at my workplace. 😀
Amazing features, Angie! I am off to see what other have brought. Yay! Have a lovely weekend and happy FF! x
What?! You used to blog from work?! Now that’s what I call killing two birds with one stone! My workplace is a fortress, I get no reception unless I go out of the building! ??
Shhhh! My boss might hear you. Hahaha! I am sitting in front of the computer for 8 hours and I steal a time to blog when not too busy or if I finish the assigned job. But since last year, I could barely do that. 🙁
Oh that sounds like a difficult job, so you deserve the breaks! Tell your boss it’s the law to give you time to blog, lol! ??
My backbone is slowly breaking, haha! I deserve to blog, yes! 😀
Thanks for having me co-host this week, Angie. 🙂 I agree with you… I have to remind myself to use my new cookbooks! I have lists of recipes I want to try just from Fiesta Fridays!
Thanks for co-hosting!! I love it when you share recipes from your cookbooks. You pick the best to share with us, so you’re saving us all money since we don’t have to buy the books, lol!
Dad Whats 4 Dinner says
It sure would be easy to find material for the new FF Cookbook! Have a great weekend and Happy FF!
One book is probably not even enough to hold all these first-rate recipes. We would need several volumes, lol!
I am also so appreciative of the quality recipes shared each week! You have set a high bar, Angie!
? I’m not sure I have anything to do with it, but yes, I agree totally that many of these recipes are top-notch, best of the best!!
Thank you so much for featuring my samosa galette … I never thought this galette will come out soo good ..
I love your samosa galette. I’ve bookmarked it so I can make later 🙂