I haven’t spent too much time on WordPress for the past few days – life has been quite busy. Comments are pending and there are awards that need to be passed soon. I tried my best to check my account after a looooong day, but my body is eager to get some rest. I also have not visited Instagram for couple of days and I need to check it as soon as possible.
Still, today is a busy day but it’s good that I have the chance to share with you the second batch of “Introducing ‘new’ bloggers” series. So without further ado, here are they:
Drizzling Delicacies – I agree with this beautiful lady when she said ‘NO FOOD, NO LIFE’. You agree? And I think she also loves kitchen disasters (like most of us). 😀 Besides cooking, she enjoys traveling and movies. She is also a vegetarian and of course, you can expect her blog to be meat-free blog. And this Tomato Colored Rice is a winner! 😉
My Simple Delights – Farianti shares simple recipes that are easy to follow. She got her passion for cooking from her grandma and Mom (Me, too!) and she cooks Italian, Asian, Spanish (I need to learn from her about Spanish cooking) and Middle Eastern dishes. This Lasagne made with Love really had me craving for pasta! I haven’t tried making lasagna but I can see that it’s pretty simple.
Scratch It Cook – Tracy started her blog on January 2014 and she has shared so many amazing recipes. I just couldn’t count how many recipes she has shared that made my mouth water. One of them is San-Chiladas… Curious about it? Why don’t you check it out? 😛 And other one is Almond Coconut Macaroons. And you can find out more on her blog.
Hungry Tales – Another lovely blog to check out… I love the stories along with the recipes she shares. I love how she talks about her grandmother and I think that’s what makes her a good cook/baker now. What really caught my eye from her previous post is this Baked Egg Cake. Well, I love eggs! No explanation needed. And I must say that it looks really good!
Project Pastry – As the blog names says, I think you know what this blog is all about. 😉 Penny loves to be a pastry chef, but I don’t think she needs to enroll in a pastry class as she has few good mentors – Julia Child, Michael Roux. She has a passion for pastry and being self-taught, she has really impressed me with this Chocolate Genoise Roulade. It is always my dream to make something like this or what we call Swiss Roll Cake, but I am afraid to do so. But I think I need to give it a shot. 😉
I hope you take time to visit these blogs. 🙂 If you missed the first batch, you can check them out here. Thank you very much in advance! 😉
I promise to reply your comments as soon as I get the chance and check your blogs.
Have a wonderful week to everyone. And I missed you! ❤