This is a whine post! No, not a WIne… post. WHIne…
I’m going to complain… About yellow jackets… And their stings…
I got stung. Twice. No, not 2 stings. But two different, separate sting events. The first time I got 2 stings, and the second time I got 3 stings. So in total I was stung 5 times. All in one week!
And if you haven’t met a yellow jacket sting, consider yourself lucky. Let me tell ya… It’s the most darndest thing in the world! And for me to get 5 in a matter of days, I must have been very unlucky, boo…hoo…
Maybe I’ve done something wrong, and am now reaping the bad karma… But I also can’t help thinking… Why do bad things happen to good people??? As you can tell, I’m wallowing in self-pity here, but please, allow me, don’t judge… You haven’t been stung by a yellow jacket!
But enough about the whine… Now it’s time to wine…
It’s Features Time!
“I am drawn to anything and everything that comes out of Elaine’s kitchen. Her use of vegetables and spices is extraordinary and she is a huge inspiration for readers to make dips, sauces and pickles that can be stored for days and weeks and used to jazz up all kinds of meals. In particular I love this week’s post from Elaine for her clever use of different kinds of chilli. Too often it’s easy to resort to just one kind of chilli – but as Elaine as shown more flavour can come from experimenting and using different kinds.” — Laura
“This sauce showcases Elaine’s masterful ingenuity at its best! She knows spices like no one else. She needs to bottle up her sauces and set up shop! Like yesterday!” — Angie
“Once I saw this post, I knew I had a winner. Nothing else could beat this cake. Never saw a more prettier “naked” cake! The swiss meringue buttercream looks perfect! Love the way Haley tries to convince the readers that it is “healthy”. With a cake this tall, a thin slice should classify as relatively “healthy”!” — Su
“Andrea brings us a very unique dish. She also magically transforms a simple recipe into something so exotic! I am entranced!” — Su
“I’ve been following Liz’s blog for some time now and her recipes always catch my eye for their hearty-ness – and this chicken one-pot is a great example. Too often chicken recipes use the relatively flavour-less breasts and/or remove the skin so I was glad to see Liz showcasing one of the more tasty cuts of chicken and keeping the skin on!” Laura
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