Introducing ‘new’ bloggers #7

So you know that even if I am having a busy (and exhausting) week, I will never forget this series…

sayhello{ lick + spoon } – From Ella’s words: “I’m more of a baker than a cook. My favourite recipes are simple, but delicious, particularly teatime treats such as sponge cakes, plain biscuits and bars. Savoury stuff isn’t my forte, but I’m working on it.” She shares so many amazing recipes like these Skinny Peanut Butter Brownies. Other than the amazing recipes she shares, well, the title of the blog {lick + spoon} says it all. 😀

Fancy That – Jasmine’s passion are food and creative arts. (I envy you for the creative arts, Jasmine.) In her words: “Food is defiantly something that excites me and has been my passion for as long as I can remember. The only books I borrow from my library revolve around food and you will always find me with my head in a cook book discovering new recipes.” Also, she is a true country girl cooking with home-grown ingredients. How lovely is that?? I could imagine the smell of the meals Jasmine prepares just like this Twisted Herb Bread. Now, can you see how talented she is?

Eat Dirt Cake – “I am a cook by trade. I constantly take pictures of food. When people asked me about it, I would tell them it was for my blog. But really all I did was scroll through thousands of images on my computer in the middle of the night when I couldn’t sleep. I realized recently that that’s kind of weird.” …and that’s Eliza. (No, Eliza, it’s not weird. I do the same thing.) And as a coffee lover, I’d love to try this Espresso Semifreddo some other time. But, what to do with the egg whites? Uh, don’t tell me meringues! I gave up on them. And I could half the recipe, yes?

Inspired Epicurean – I assumed that this lovely lady started her blog just recently. These Dry and Jeera Cookies being her first post, look so good for a tea time. I think the person behind this blog is a fun-loving person. (Btw, what shall we call you?) From her own words, “Growing up in an Indian household, you are bound to remember the early morning and late night discussions on planning a meal! The delicious sound and inviting aroma from the kitchen intoxicate you! “Whats for breakfast?” “Whats for lunch?” “Whats for snacks?” “Whats for dinner?” is a topic of utmost importance!” …and these are just some of the topics I’d also love to discuss. 😛

Petite Pâtissière – Meet May Ling – “…I decided to follow my dreams and pursue my passion in patisserie and chocolates – and this is how Petite Pâtissière was born.” I can see from her blog how she loves chocolate. She even tried making Moulded Chocolates at home. At first, I thought it was difficult to make beautiful moulded chocolates at home until I saw this. (I better buy my chocolate moulder. What do you think?)

I hope you take time to visit these blogs… and thank you for the support.

If you have any new blogs for me to include here, please leave me a message here.


24 thoughts on “Introducing ‘new’ bloggers #7

  1. This is a great post! And impressive you continue to find so many good bloggers out there and share them with the rest of us! Keep it up, this is going to become a favourite post I think! 🙂 Anna

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