May 2017 Share and Inspire Others! – “D”

Originally posted on The Recipe Hunter:
Can you believe it, this will be our 6th Share and Inspire Others! Monthly Recipe Exchange Event.  Wow, I am suitably impressed and its hard to believe that we have come this far with this fantastic recipe exchange and I would like to take this opportunity to thank one and…

15 Different Dips You Can Try With Chicken Wings

Originally posted on Sheen Sara Mathew:
Buttered, peppered… fried…golden sizzling body.. POP!  Hunger pangs burst your thought bubble? Good. It’s time to introduce your wing happiness to some saucy goodness. Hold on. Do you have any sauce to compliment that wing in your hands? No? What if I told you, you can whip up 15 different…

Preserving Jews and All Sorts of Fish: Escabeche

An innovative and highly profitable method of borrowing money was practiced by King Edward I of England: you borrow from the Jews, as there was no one else to borrow from (usury was forbidden by the church), then, since legally all Jews were the King’s property, all debts payable to them instantly become payable to…

Blogiversary with Chocolate Tacos

Happy Cinco de Mayo, Beautiful People! It coincided with my blogiversary – a year since I clicked on wordpresss.com and jumped into the blogosphere without the slightest notion as to what to do and what to expect.  I thank all of you, awesome bloggers, for letting me learn from you and supporting me on this…

Only Good Words for Savory Cupcakes

In a wonderful Russian play of the 60’s about love, kindness, and caring, there was a line that bothered me: “Even a cat appreciates a good word.” I could never understand the word “even” in this phrase  – why “even a cat”? What about dogs? Birds? People, after all? My grandmother, may she rest in…

May 2017 Share and Inspire Others! – “D”

Originally posted on The Recipe Hunter:
May 2017 Share and Inspire Others! – “D” I wanted to do this theme last month, but just could not wrap my head around what the “D” should stand for, as this is probably the most difficult one of all.  All I could come up with would be: Dates, Donuts, Duck…

94 Foods You Wouldn’t Expect To Contain Gluten

Originally posted on Jump In Wellness:
Welcome to The Big List of Foods That You Wouldn’t Expect To Contain Gluten. This list will always be expanding and upgrading, so if you have a suggestion for a food just comment and it will be added shortly. Click on the hot links to buy the gluten-free version…

Cats, Roses, and Triple Chocolate – a Few of My Favorite Things

A cute and lovable Ladybug of https://ugurbocegisite.wordpress.com/ who blogs in several languages came to the party with some of my favorite things, cats and red roses. Thank you, my sweet Ladybug! I am thrilled that so many friends are coming to my party, but I am running out of cookies! So I whipped up a batch of…

Planet Earth in All Its Beauty

We have a seven-year old kid at the party, and what a kid! A great chef and food artist Sumith Babu of Keralaslive presents his son who is making a speech in honor of Earth Day, as well as another one of his fantastic creations. As usual, humble Sumith claims that “kiddies enjoy this simple…

Crusty Heirloom Chair

Originally posted on kelleysdiy:
I’m sorry I couldn’t post this yesterday as promised. There was a glitch in the system on the site I needed to post the entry. This chair used to be part of a dining set that we had when my boys were small. As you can see, the black paint is almost gone,…

Shaggy Ottoman

Originally posted on kelleysdiy:
A few months ago, when taking my doggies for a walk, I found these outdoor foot stools discarded on the curb . My bestest friend in the whole world walks with me every night with her doggie. If you’ve been following my projects, then you KNOW, I love free finds. They were…