Foodie’s Follow Fridays 5 – Delectable Dishes
March 18th, 2011 | Blog, Community, bloghop, facebook, foodie, global, pomegranates, recipes, seafood, twitter, world
I have teamed up with Alex over at www.amoderatelife.com and April of 21st Century Housewife to host the Feed Me! Tweet Me! Follow Me Home Friday Friend Builder Linky. Scroll to the bottom of this page to link up your Real food lovin’ blog so we can all get to know each other.
Last week we had another fabulous selection of dishes from delectable foodies and I just wanted to share some of these with everyone to make sure they didn’t miss them. We have also had some great recipes added to our new World Food Thursdays Recipe Party which is really exciting, please join us on Thursdays and enjoy the diversity our amazing world has to offer.
A new favorite food website is PinayInTexas, a creative Filipino cook who is cooking up seafood dishes on Fridays because of her Catholic upbringing. I don’t know too much about Lent myself, so it sure is interesting to get a glimpse into a different world. Check out her Seafood Kare Kare recipe, for something different.
I was just over at Premeditated Leftover’s site and found a delicious recipe for Blackberry Egg Puff’s which I could easily convert to a GAPS recipe–and they came out a lovely dark blue color, so I am planning on trying these out as soon as the blackberries are in season. Egg puffs are very versatile it seems so this is gonna be a good find to help add some variety to our diet. Yum.
I just discovered this recipe for Thai Cucumber Salad over at La Bella Vita that has me drooling all over my keyboard. I have a similar recipe using spaghetti squash so I can just imagine how wonderful it would be with cucumbers. Can’t wait to try it. I think I’ll definitely be planting cucumbers in my garden this year 🙂
Lena over at Zomppa wrote up an amazing review of pomegranate, looking at the myths, history, symbolism and healing potential of this jewel-like fruit, check it out: A Portion of Pomegranate. I only recently discovered that site and I just love it!
Another great site I just stumbled on is www.wedlinydomowe.com which has tons of great sausage recipes, tips on rendering lard and building a smokehouse. It is a Polish website so they really know what they are talking about. I have to spend some more time over there checking it out, but from what I have seen so far the information provided there is very helpful with clear instructions as well as good tips on practical matters.
Also don’t forget to join us for Grain-Free Tuesdays! We will have our second GAPS and SCD resource roundup on the full moon tomorrow so stay tuned for that 🙂
Feed Me! Tweet Me! Follow Me Home Friday!
Now what you have all been waiting for! I am very excited to be partnering with Alex of A Moderate Life and April of the 21st Century Housewife to offer a Foodie focused find a friend blog hop. Alex started this bloghop and the linky is called Feed Me, Tweet Me, Follow Me Home and it is a true blog hop. This means, that if YOU wish to run the hop on your blog, all you have to do is get the linky code from the bottom of this page and list it on your blog for your readers to join in.
The rules are very simple, because it is a “follow me” linky.
Just enter your link below, grab our RSS feeds, follow each other’s tweets, join us on facebook or follow us on networked blogs.
You can use your blog badge as your thumbnail if you wish and you can link up any time during the week.
Visit as many other blogs as you like, to make new friends and follow their blog, grab their tweets and RSS feed if you do not already. If you do grab their info, please leave them a comment so they know they have a new friend. If someone visits you from Feed Me, and grabs your info, please return the favor!
You can share the Feed Me, Tweet Me, Follow Me Home badge if you want. Those are Alex’s two lovely parrots, Caliente, a Quaker parrot and Scarlet, a female Solomon Island Eclectus!
It is that simple and hopefully this will help us all gain new visitors to our blogs and expand our audiences while giving us new places to explore and making the bloggiesphere a more friendly place! I follow everyone who visits me and leaves a comment, but if I missed you, please leave me a comment and have fun getting to know more wonderful places on the web!
I love it – thanks so much for hosting and the salmon pic above has me drooling!
I love all your bloghops! Thanks for hosting! I enjoy looking through all the entries and finding new blogs!
Hey thanks! It is nice to be involved in the wider blogging community this way, it helps me to also pay more attention to what is going on out in the blogosphere, thanks so much for linking up 🙂
Hello! Thanks for hosting. I’m sharing a recipe for milk pudding from our Middle Eastern Christmas Feast.