I have 2 questions for you.
I recently received several requests from people (bloggers and non-bloggers alike) who want to join the Fiesta Friday Friends Pinterest Group Board. However, they’re not Fiesta Friday Link Party participants.
In the past, I always told them that they needed to participate in at least 3 rounds of fiesta, then I would send them an invite.
Recently, however, I’ve been thinking of opening the board up to more contributors, with less stringent rules. I think the more the merrier. Of course I would continue to monitor the board to keep it attractive, tasteful and useful. But what do you think? Please give me your two cents’ worth.
Can you share with me what social sharing plugin you use?
When I changed the theme of my blog, I found myself needing a new plugin. The old theme came with a built-in one, and it was quite effective.
I’ve now gone through 3 plugins and still can’t say I’m fully satisfied. The one currently used on the blog is by Social Warfare. It’s pretty good, but it’s erased all the shares on older posts to zero. It makes these posts look sad and lonely, and that shouldn’t happen on Fiesta Friday, right?!
So, please, share what you know. Sharing your knowledge will empower you and inspire others. It’ll make you a leader and not a follower. Something like that. I think I read it on a poster somewhere and it’s stuck with me.
Now, features from last week’s fiesta:
“I was blown away by the ingredients in this Raw Banana Peel Chutney! Not only is it my 1st introduction to the use of banana peel, all the other flavors intrigued me, too!” — Mollie
“You heard it first here at Fiesta Friday, folks! Banana peel is edible and can be made into chutney! I’m dying to give this a try!” — Angie
“One of the things I always look forward to at FF party is Jess’ bread. I kinda miss her bread posts when I don’t see one. 😀 I am glad she brought this Sweet Potato Challah Buns. I haven’t made bread with sweet potatoes, but her recipe is so good I need to make my own.” — Jhuls
“This is definitely what I would call food art! They look so realistic, don’t they?! And how cool that it uses natural food coloring.” — Angie
“Move over Sriracha, there’s a new kid in town! Meet Gochujang! I’m actually quite familiar with Gochujang, but seeing it here used as a glaze on potatoes opens up all kinds of possibilities I haven’t considered before. Thank you for the idea, Judi!” — Angie
Now, let’s party! Join Fiesta Friday #221 by adding your link. Don’t forget to link your post to FiestaFriday.net and the co-hosts’ blogs, so we can feature you. Your solo cohost this week is Jenny @ Dragonfly Home Recipes.
If you’re new to Fiesta Friday, please read the guidelines.
If you’re interested in becoming a cohost, please leave me a message.
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