Can’t believe it’s Friday. Again. Time flies, period. Even when you’re not having fun! That’s just me being snarky. I always have fun on Fridays. I don’t have fun only on non-fiesta days.
And if I sound snarky to you this morning it’s only because I’m unhappy with myself that I haven’t shared any recipes at all with you since the beginning of the year.
I have, in fact, baked and cooked several things successfully the past few weeks. But I haven’t always been successful at documenting them. I need to be extra mindful of that. I’ll start immediately this weekend, promise!
But, look, there are recipes abound down below.
Starting With These:
“A beautiful cake for a 1-year-old, or someone at any age! I love the icing and decorations, and the fact that it is healthy! A wonderful birthday cake!” — Antonia
“What. I didn’t even know chocolate-covered sunflower seeds existed. Let this be a reminder for me to be more observant next time. Also, I want cookies. These cookies!!” — Angie
“I absolutely love meals like this, so hearty and full of flavor! The veggies are vibrant, the meat looks tender, and that sauce… just delicious!” — Antonia
“These little beauties look scrumptious and have such an interesting story. I love learning about new foods like this!” — Antonia
Now, let’s party! Join Fiesta Friday #316 by adding your link. Don’t forget to link your post to FiestaFriday.net and the cohost(s), so you can be featured.
Your cohost this week is Jhuls @ The Not So Creative Cook
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Colleen - Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck says
Yeah for chocolate-covered sunflower seeds. I have some in my kitchen right now…just begging to be used! Thanks for the amazing recipe share!!!
Of Goats and Greens says
I understand about not documenting things and thus not being able to post. A couple weeks ago I made a delightful Hot and Sour Soup for a Chinese-themed potluck party centered around the Lunar New Year. I kept adding and adjusting, and since I had a time limit before getting on the road, I didn’t record anything. Someday… but that day, I couldn’t even provide anyone with ballpark figures.
Looking forward to your recipes, Angie!
Thank you so much to Angie and Antonia for featuring my Tamarind Treats!
And thank you Angie and Jhuls for hosting another great Fiesta Friday! This week I am sharing #8, a whole menu with some favourite recipes from my two years of blogging. Have a great weekend!
Jhuls | The Not So Creative Cook says
Oh my!! Thanks for selecting my Beef Broccoli and Carrots. I am ready to party! Happy Fiesta Friday, Angie!?
Miz Helen says
Thanks so much for the awesome party and have a great week!
Morsels of Life | CJ Huang says
Those tamarind treats look wonderful! Thanks for hosting! I brought by some Asian Avocado Dip. Hope you enjoy. 🙂
Dee | Grammy's Grid says
Thanks so much for hosting! I’m linking up with a short story challenge ARE YOU US? (SCULPTURE PROMPT). I invite you to attend my UNLIMITED MONTHLY LINK PARTY 9, open February 1 to 26 and my A THEMED LINKUP 11 for Handcrafted Jewelry, open February 15 to 25. For my parties, I leave comments on all entries and share on social media if share option is available.
I love popping in here for the party. I always find such inspiring ideas and recipes. Thank you for hosting. I hope you have a FANTASTIC weekend.
You host us every week and it is the best blog party!
I am the same as you, I have not documented enough dishes for a blog, too much going on.
I am arriving late this week but I made it!
I hope your week is going well!