Despite having not been around that often, I haven’t forgotten about all the blogging friends I have made over the past three years (crazy right!?) One of the amazing people I have been lucky enough to know is Minnie over from The Lady 8 Home. This blogger is basically a superwoman, she literally has it all under control 🙂
Not only that though, she cooks like a pro, I mean look at this Aloo Matar (literal translation from my mad Hindi skills: Potato Pea Curry).
I know majority of you know of her awesomeness already but for those who don’t, you are about to be blown away by a scrumptious recipe made by a fabulous blogger – enjoy mes cheris!
Hi guys! Miss me? Well.. if you did, can you keep it up, miss me for maybe 2 or 3 more days? Because then I can finally tell you why I have been all over the place (literally)!
For now, enjoy this delicious guest post by Hanna Johnson! And yes, it is a recipe (finally, am I right??)
If any of you are living in Australia at the moment, you will know that
- The cold is causing us to lose toes and fingers. Am I the only heater-obsessed person at the moment?
- With cold, comes major warm food cravings!
And what better way to combat that cold than with a delicious risotto that warms you up inside out, from head to toe?
Even after what may as well be a long leave of absence, I still haven’t really had the time to post, I’m sorry guys! And my big news is in the works, so I can’t reveal that yet either (though you can keep guessing 😉 )
I will be having a few guest posts and I miss going through your blogs (stalking more like it) but hope to back on soon!
Till then, enjoy this wonderful guest post by Kelsey Reaves, a very talented contributor at Modernize.com. I know a lot of you, with being incredible chefs, are very big fans of gardening, so I thought this guest post would be a great way to integrate the one’s green thumb with their… cooking thumb? Well… you get my gist right? 😉
Till later mes amis, and enjoy this wonderful post!
I have a massive treat for you guys today. Take a guess? Come on, I know you can do it! A box of cookies for whoever can do it? 😉
Oh alright, fine, mes cheris, I will tell you. I am collaborating today!!! Why, yes, yes I am! 😀
Instead of reading a post with my mediocre, boring photos, my classic tangential style of writing will be punctuated by amazing photos by the very popular Sydney blogger (and my blogging husband) Vanny from Nessy Eater! Everyone give her a warm go bake yourself welcome s’il vous plait!
And just a reminder – enter my giveaway if you are an Aussie 😛
Now continue reading 😉
Well guys here we have it, the final guest post and what a smashing way it is to end! Everyone has been so talented, I have loved featuring you all 😀
Today, we change from the usual sweet tooth to a delicious vegetarian savoury dish I would be happy to eat! It looks so golden and puffed up with flavour! Although I apologise for this feature image being a bit fuzzy I have no idea why it is like that 😛
I am sure MANY of you also know the fabulous blogger behind this dish, of course, it is Nazneen from Coffee and Crumpets! With her knack for food styling, and cooking and photographing, I know you will all enjoy this post!
It is officially socialising time – parties, gatherings, theme parks and just chilling well… everywhere! I have been baking a little but give me a week more and I will return 😀
Just a note though to all you lovely people, my comments have for some reason been going into spam for a LOT of your blogs! I am looking into getting it fixed but till then, I promise I am still visiting and loving every minute! Be sure to check your box and unspam me though!! If I have liked your post, most probably a comment will be in your spam 😛
Anyways, so now we have two more guest posts left, and I would love to introduce you all to Anna from ShenANNAgans! A mix of fabulous recipes, life stories and classy events with a massive douse of humour each time, her blog is one of my favourites!
Well guys, my exams are over by now, but I am wiped out from my first year of uni officially being complete (not that I worked as hard as I should of :P)
So I won’t be back till December (not too long no?) – But I am baking already!
Till then, keep enjoying the amazing guest posts that have been rolling in, these bloggers are amazing!
Today, joining the wonderful chain of guest posters, we have Denise over from BeBetsy! One of my favourite websites, Denise features a lot of different writers for various homemaker topics, and each time I visit her site, I always come away with a smile 😀
Therefore without further ado, I shall leave you to enjoy her wonderful guest post full of delicious upside down cakes!
Bonjour tout le monde! Haha, back in a little bit of a french mode there because today’s guest poster we have an awesome-sauce (wow that is SO not french) Mademoiselle! 😀
I met Mademoiselle at a few events and we super hit it off, so I was so glad that one of Sydney’s top reviewers would be guest posting with her own French delicacy of a recipe today! It will be one spicy post, if you know what I mean!
Jokes, how could you, you don’t even know what the recipe is yet! Alright, I will stop speaking rubbish as I do, go enjoy this post and I look forward to writing again for you beautiful people soon! 🙂
I’m sorry I have been so off the radar with commenting lately (it is usually my procrastination) but this exam period, I have dedicated myself to cramming for two tests in the next two days, and a giant bowl of popcorn with ‘Under the Dome’ 😛
So close to freedom yet so far…
But instead of lamenting over my upcoming demise, I would like to share with you guys an amazing as blogger who has the baking skills of a king. Ok, maybe not a king because kings usually didn’t cook but um… how about the baking skills of the Muffin Man who lives on Drury Lane?
Cos if this guy made gingerbread men, they would definitely come to life with all that flavour! Anyways, enjoy his fabulous (as you have already seen) macarons! I am salivating sitting here!
There is one blogger whom I have known for literally I think the entire time I have been blogging. She is fabulously sweet and blogs daily (I know, that commitment!) about three things that make her smile.
Literally every time, they make me smile as well 😀
Which blog could I possibly be talking about but the wonderful mybeautifulthings? For those who have been journeying with me for a while, you will know that she is one of my constant guest posters, always offering to help me out with exams (*cries with gratitude*)! She has made amazing lemon curd, and a to-die-for chocolate amaretti torte, so it should come as no surprise that her latest offering will be awesome sauce!
Enjoy mes cheris, I am going to go back and hit the books! 😀