Introducing ‘new’ bloggers #14

Oh my, I hope I could keep up with this series when I go MIA. 😥

My plan, my dear friends, is to find ‘new’ bloggers ahead of time and put them on schedule post. What do you think? I need about twenty bloggers for that. So if you have new bloggers on the list that I might not know, please leave in the comments below or you could send me an email. I would be very grateful. 😀

For today, I bring you these amazing blogs:

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O M G Oh My Gourmet – Seeing PB’s smile in her ‘About’ page already took my heart away – I just love seeing people’s beautiful smiles. And there are times that when I really love the bio, I end up speechless. So let me bring you PB’s lines: “My philosophy on life, or shall I say “foodosophy” is simple: life is short so eat dessert first and treat yourself on a regular basis because as L’oreal famously says: “You’re worth it!” I fully agree that one should not “kiss and tell”, however, it’s obligatory to “cook and tell” so that’s just what I’m setting out to do. I’m not Coca-Cola, my recipe’s aren’t my livelihood, they’re my love. I like to share the love. I’m not saying the secrets behind my baked goods are worthless, because I have been offered money for them before (to which I of course refuse despite my business background) I think of my recipes as instruction manuals for making people smile, and to me, that’s priceless.” And you know that I will not leave without checking yummy treat – here’s the Pecan Squares.

Apple Mint Savory – Meet Crystal – she can be found working away as a floral designer or creating  something amazing in her art studio when she is not blogging. (What a creative and talented lady!). She loves to discover more about food or explore. She is into sweet and savory, so you could find both on her blog. It is also amazing that she makes her own pizza dough and along with the homemade pizza dough, ehem, check this Pizza with Caramelized Onions. What a brilliant idea!

Cupcakes & Curries – “I grew up in a kitchen where I observed my grandparents making everything from scratch, without modern machinery.” “My biggest inspiration is my grandmother. She cooked without recipes and she was a very experimental cook and most importantly, she cooked with lotsa love.”  I could only imagine how our mothers and grandmothers influence and inspire us to cook. Vasun is a cook and baker from Singapore. She loves to try different flavors from different cuisine. She has also a very good talent in photography that will make you drool over… just like this Pealry Kee’s Curry.

Oak, Smoke and BBQ Sauce ­- “It all started many aeons ago as his father forced him to chop piles of vegetables every Saturday for dinner. Soon he realised that he actually kind of enjoyed helping out in the kitchen. With advice from his Uncle who had previously worked as a chef in New York he became more and more interested in cooking.” If you love grilling (and of course, even if you are not into grilling), you have to check Mark’s blog – it’s amazing! The photos, the food, the recipes… everything! I don’t know about you, but this Jerk Chicken makes me want to lick the computer screen. 😀

Milk and Marigolds – “Whether you are “blessed” with having allergies or not, I hope to inspire you with new recipes to spice up your kitchen. Creating meals without gluten and dairy doesn’t need to be daunting or dull; rather it can be delicious, healthy and straightforward! In case you are wondering, I am allergic to dairy from cow’s milk and I am Celiac; meaning I cannot tolerate gluten from wheat, rye or barley.” Milk and Marigolds is another amazing blog that shares healthier versions of our favorite foods. I always say that (even I am not a person who eats healthy ones that often) people who could convert something from naughty foods to nice ones always amazes me and plus the stunning photos? What do you say? And oh, please don’t go without noticing this beautiful Sassy Fruit Salsa

I hope you have a safe and drooli-cious week. 😉

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21 thoughts on “Introducing ‘new’ bloggers #14

  1. Hello Jhuls,

    First of all thank you for sharing all of this lovely blogs! 😉
    I am a relatively new bloger too – I started my food blog in the end of March this year. If you would be so kind to include my blog T as Tasty in your “Intruducing new bloggers” post, I would really appreciate it..:)

    Best wishes,

    Tamara

    1. Hi, Tamara. Sorry that it took me too long to respond. I hope I did not disappoint you. I have not done the ‘Introduction of New Bloggers’ series for quite some time as I was away and my time with blogging was limited.

      Anyway, I promise, you will be on the next post. 😉 I hope you enjoy the day!

      1. Hey Jhuls,
        well you know what they say – better late than never! 🙂 I am glad that you are back and looking forward to your post..:) Thank you also for the follow! And I wish you a nice day too..;)

  2. I was able to look through a few and started following! Will come back in between unpacking to check the others out! You sure introduce us to some great blogs! If I think of anyone I will let you know! Hugs Jhuls! ❤️

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