So, are you impressed now?
(Do you see my posts on your WordPress Reader, by the way? For some reason, my last post didn’t show up. Go figure.)
I’m finally ahead of the game!
At this rate, I might even post four Easter recipes next week! Since it’ll be Spring Break and I won’t have to go to work. I can just stay home and cook and blog.
If I have my way, that is. But let’s not get carried away just yet.
The husband is threatening to take us on a vacation. And one of my girlfriends is planning a get-together. So, most likely, my blogging plans will be derailed again.
Such is the story of my life…
But, but… you know, I love my husband and my girlfriends for everything they do to make my life fun and happy. < — Written just in case they happen to read this, which they won’t, but just in case. Stranger things have happened.
So, I hope everyone had a great St. Patrick’s Day yesterday. Hopefully you didn’t indulge too much. ‘Coz the real party is right now! Right here! At Fiesta Friday!
Time for Features!
“This is such a cute way to celebrate Easter! The nest shaped macaroons with the candy eggs is bound to make any kid jumping for joy.” — Apsara
“Linda’s Rogan Josh is just over the top delicious! I am always amazed by her passion and her mouth-watering recipes. I am not a huge fan of lamb meat, but I think she might convert me soon. 😀
“You can trust Elaine to come up with such original recipes. The very idea of pairing flavors from a falafel mix and humus with sweet potato sounds incredibly fantastic.” — Apsara
“It is not just the decadent cake that caught my eye, but the story behind it is so funny, too. The cake just oozes with caramel and the cream on top looks fabulous.” — Apsara
Now, let’s party! Join Fiesta Friday #111 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 Naina @ Spice in the City and Julianna @ Foodie On Board.
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