Hello! Hello! Hello!
I hope everyone is doing good. I just came back last week from my month-long away from work and shall I mention the month-long with a very slow internet connection? Oh, I just did. 😀
Now, back to work. Translation: back to crazy, crazy work schedule and overloaded paper works. On the brighter note, internet connection is better – so I may have the chance to chitchat more. 😉
On to the introducing new friends to you –
Some experiments were a triumph, some were a total disaster. My cookbook collection grew vastly over the years. I ran out of space on my groaning bookshelves a long time ago so any new additions to my collection sit on my kitchen table or if they are very new, beside my bedside table.
Nicola started her interest in food at a very young age. She used to stay at the kitchen with her grandma and with her grandma’s cookbooks which she used to put a tick mark when she likes something. She does the same thing up to now. I bet everyone in her family loved these bars of Fudgy Brownies with Raspberries and White Chocolate – I really love to have some, too. 🙂
I love food. A lot. A lot a lot. I think food is the most important part of life and human existence and I like to embrace that. Being in the kitchen makes me happy and cooking and baking can immediately blow the blues away. Food is probably my greatest passion. I mean, what is life without food!?
I couldn’t agree more, Zoe. 😀 Yeah, people??
Zoe has a special bond with broccoli, ice cream, cookies and pizza. Hmm, sounds like me and Zoe have something in common. 😀 That is why my heart stopped beating when I saw these delicious bars of Nuttela Swirl Brownies.
Erin has such an amazing story about her experience in cooking and baking:
Up until 5 years ago, I didn’t know squat about cooking. I remember reading the back of a cake mix box, saw where it said, “Grease and flour pan” and I yelled, “Say whaaaat?” and threw it back in the pantry. Most of the meals I made were the frozen meals you cook in a skillet, Hamburger Helper, and Kraft Mac ‘n Cheese.
She was then attended a culinary class and graduated. Now, I am sure she’s can rock the kitchen with her more improved cooking and baking skills. Uh, can you please pass some of these Boston Creme Mini Tarts?? 😀
Sam has been blogging from 2011, but I don’t know why I haven’t bumped into her yet – she has an amazing blog and (ehem) recipes.
Once upon a time, there was a girl named Sam who disliked food. When she was little, she would rebelliously run around during meal times, defying any food on her plate.
Of course, the story doesn’t end there. She was forced to cook and feed herself since she moved to Vancouver. There she started loving food and started baking and cooking. And can you tell me that these can be taken in one sitting? – Toblerone Fudge Brownies.
I started to love cooking mostly because home cooked food is fresher, better and healthier and it seems that nowadays it has become a luxury few can afford and also because now I cook for 2, not just for myself and this is more fun.
Anita loved sweets and mostly prepared them. She can’t imagine life without sweets. Although she makes savoury things, too, like these Grilled Honey Hot Wings. 😀
I hope you do check these blogs and show them some love. 😉