Hello and welcome to the March Link Party.
Thank you so much to everyone who submitted a recipe in February – there were some really delicious looking meals and bakes and I loved looking at what you’ve been cooking. I’ve also found some great new blogs to follow so it’s all good!
The recipes that really caught my eye this month are below. They all captured me for various reasons which I am going to talk about now!
|Image Credit: http://focusonflavour.wordpress.com/
|This incredibly healthy and low fat Salmon Teriyaki with steamed vegetables dish is from Focus on Flavour, a blog which has food based on the 5:2 approach (the fasting method that is HUGELY popular right now). Belinda has some great ideas on her blog that support this approach. I love salmon and I love anything teriyaki so this immediately caught my eye as something tasty that I could knock up on fasting days. I’ll definitely be trying it.
|Image Credit: http://www.chickchatthisandthat.com/
I’m having a real love affair with ravioli right now and luckily my children love it too so this “To Die For” Baked Ravioli from Chick Chat This and That jumped right out at me. It looks like the perfect family dish, although I may have to make a few tweaks as I’ve never seen frozen ravioli here (someone may enlighten me though!). I can’t wait to have a go at adapting this recipe and hopefully come up with something that all the family will adore.
|Image Credit: http://farmersgirl.blogspot.co.uk/
You had me at cherry. Seriously, a recipe with a cherry in it and I’m there. I was immediately seduced by this photo of Mon Cherry Armour Cupcakes from Farmersgirl Kitchen, with those lovely vibrant cherries on top. I could just devour the lot now, and they include on of my favourite things – kirsch. Yum!
There were lots of other fab submissions so don’t forget to check out the rest of the February recipes by clicking here.
The January Link Party has now opened so get submitting your recipes. You’ve got all month to add as many as you like.
You can submit as many recipes as like.
You don’t have to write a specific post for the link party.
Make sure you link to the post, not your homepage.
Grab the badge above if you like and stick it on your blog.
Put the badge or text-link to the link party in your recipe post if you want to.
I’d appreciate it and it all helps to spread the word and get others involved.
Please try to visit a couple of the blogs that link up.
I will attempt to visit & comment on all that I can.
You can start submitting your recipes now (the linky will close on 31st March) and at the beginning of April, I’ll be starting the party all over again and showcasing my favourite submissions.
Any questions, do drop me an email – you can find my details on the contact page of my blog. As you can see I’ve used pictures from the original blogs – if anyone has a problem with me doing this, please do let me know bu I will always credit and link to your blog.
Thanks to all who joined us last month and I’m hoping for a bumper crop of recipes in March, especially as Easter is coming. Please do spread the word and get your blogging friends to join in, the more is definitely the merrier!