It’s been… what? Three weeks? Since I announced that I need volunteers to be my guest blogger for the month of September. I am blessed to have some bloggers who emailed me, saying that they will try to come up with something for me – I was so touched. And honestly, I secretly wished that I hope at least ten blogging buddies will email me – but, I was surprised to receive fourteen; I am so grateful to everyone. ❤
thenotsocreativecook will be MIA for a while but I am so thrilled to have some blogging buddies to keep my blog kicking. So, by the time you are reading this, I am already somewhere out there.
To start off, I present to you my first guest blogger – Linda @ La Petite Paniere. I cannot remember when Linda and I started chatting, but it’s already quite a long time now. One of the things that I always look forward to seeing from Linda’s blog are the Algerian recipes. Do you remember this Batata Koucha? Oh my, I really want to give this a try. My mouth is watering again. 😀
And without further ado, I give you Linda –
Another Guest post for a another special one, for Jhuls, I think everybody knows Jhuls, our dynamic, funny and generous friend. Last time she asked for some volunteers to do a Guest Post for her. I think it’s a great idea to help and contribute in our big Blogosphere. I appreciate Jhuls for taking time to visit my blog and to put a smile on my face with her sweet comments and for all the Awards that she gave me (thank you so much).
Once again I jumped on the occasion. Jhuls has a fabulous Blog The Not So Creative Cook, although the name says otherwise, she is actually very creative and she knows how to cook, bake and much more 😀 She is always friendly with others, and I like her weekly introduction to new other Bloggers! Go visit her fabulous Blog, you will be surprised as me by her heaps of joy…
Today I prepared for you a Gratin Dauphinois, I like this simple rustic dish made with potatoes, milk and garlic. This dish is from the region called Dauphiné in France South-East of France. A classic French dish and can be eaten alone or accompanied with meat on the side.
(A real Gratin Dauphinois has no cheese and no eggs.) Ingredients: Procedure:
(A real Gratin Dauphinois has no cheese and no eggs.)
This dish is creamy, the crust is crunchy and soft at the same time and the potatoes are extremely tender.
Jhuls I hope you will love my Gratin Dauphinois 🙂 Enjoy your break and I hope you will come back full of stories!
I really did enjoy that, Linda. And can you tell that I love potatoes?? 😀 Batata Koucha and Gratin Dauphinois – on the list now. I hope I would have all the time to make these when I come back In Shaa Allah.
Not only Linda is a good cook and baker, she is also an amazing blogging buddy who is always there to leave heart-warming comments.
Thank you so much, Linda. I hope one day I could return the favor to you. ❤
I hope everyone enjoyed this. I am sure Linda [and I] would love to know your thoughts – leave your thoughts below and we’ll give you a plate of this. 😀