Blog Love (22nd January 2014)

Whoop whoop! I’m really loving reading lots of blogs at the moment and I’m also enjoying sharing them with you here. I follow way too many blogs, it’s a problem of mine but there’s nothing better than sitting down with a cup of tea and some toast and spending an hour going through them every now and again. Here are some of my favourite finds recently.

Anyone else keep diaries in their teens? Anyone STILL got them? Jayne at Jaynes Kitschen still has hers and she shares some little excerpts with us. Must get mine out of the loft!

Yum! I couldn’t resist sharing this recipe on The English Kitchen for pork chops with apple, sage and stilton – definitely a must try!

I loved this local post on The Foodie Couple Blog about things to do in Henley-in-Arden. I don’t live very far away and it’s a lovely little place. I bought my wedding dress there!

Over on Fab Food 4 All there is details of a lovely looking thrifty Banana Pudding. I could eat that right now!

Things That Have Caught My Eye is busy talking about the National Trust 50 Things To Do which I blogged about last year. I’m a big fan of encouraging children out and about.

Anne is sharing a little round-up of her recent trip to NYC over on her Anne’s Food blog. This made me very excited for my own trip in 2014!

Munchies & Munchkins is asking “does size matter?” and no, it’s not what you are thinking!

I love a good wedding and the beautiful pictures over at Abigail and the Future are well worth a peek. Just stunning and looks like a lovely day was had.

Sue at Our New Life in the Country shares a wonderful post about her brother. I just adored the sentiment in this post.

And last but not least, a delicious looking Tortilla Bake from Farmersgirl Kitchen. This is a must-try for me!

That’s it from me today, hope you find something good to read! I’ll be back with more BLOG LOVE soon!

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