Meet ‘New Bloggers’ #50

Meet New Friends 4

The Fare Sage

Lis loved food since she was young. She studied patisserie and general catering. Her passion for food was never gone and developed over time. She also believes that good food doesn’t need to be complicated or time consuming (in which I also agree with her).

I am glad that Lis stopped by my blog that led me to finding her and these delicious Triple Chocolate Raspberry Brownie Muffins.

Travelling Twin Bakers

Georgia and Ashley are fraternal twins who love baking and travelling. They started this blog to share their bakes and travels and also to inspire us and for us to inspire them in return. They love cookies, too, (like me!) that if you give them cookies, it’s a sure thing that you’d make the twin very much happy. 😀 And since we are cookie monsters, it is time for me to try this Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie.

Oh! Sweet Citrus

Bhavita was greatly influenced by her mother, grandmother and mother-in-law. Her biggest critics are her husband and her little boy. She moved from place to place and loves travelling which contributed a lot of knowledge about food. She admits that clothes shopping gives her headache, but not food. 😀 Not only she shares amazing recipes, but mouth-watering photos, too. Look at these Potato, Pea & Mint Fritters with Quail Eggs. Those quail eggs are so cute. 😀

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Katie spends most of her time thinking about food. She loved everything in the food group. What made her move to foods based on grains, starches, fruits and veggies is the environmental impact of some foods we put into our body. She is not only sharing delicious recipes, but also money-saving hacks like this 5 Money-Saving Vegan Hacks. And you know I will not go without checking out her recipes. 😀 Check this Nourishing store-cupboard sweet potato curry – I am drooling!

Emily Entertains

Emily was also influenced by her grandmothers (just like some us 🙂 ) and she has learned so many things from them. She has always loved her time in the kitchen and a long time spent in the kitchen is definitely something Emily enjoys. Emily just started her blog this month, but I was instantly impressed with her pretty Lemon Strawberry Cheesecake.


I hope you say hello to these bloggers. Give them a wave by liking their posts or shake their hands by commenting on some of their posts. But you can also show you love to them by following their blogs. You follow their blogs = you gain new friends and a bonus of lifetime free delicious recipes! What do you say about that? 😀

And to my new found bloggers and friends, I am inviting you to join this wonderful virtual party (if you have not yet joined us) called Fiesta Friday with so much lovely, gorgeous people. In this party, we don’t just drop our sweets and savouries, we have lots of chitchats and lots of fun! I hope you could join us! You can find the rules and guidelines in the Fiesta Friday link. See you there!

Wishing you a week full of smiles and awesomeness! 😀 😀 😀

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11 thoughts on “Meet ‘New Bloggers’ #50

  1. How exciting! Thank you for the introductions. I don’t think I’ve “met” any of these bloggers yet, so I’m off to visit them right now. Always looking for more good whole-foodie/organic veg type bloggers and their stories. Thank you!

        1. I love your recipes, too. I am just waiting to be done with my coffee ban and will do the Almond Milk Latte Panna Cotta. 😀 I am very much excited.

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