Before bidding goodbye to 2017, I would like to look back as usual. Following the tradition of 2014,2015,2016, here is my retrospective post or a short recap of my blogging journey in the year of 2017. But before, I would like to thank all my readers, friends, and family for the strong support and for trying my recipes and sharing your thoughts and comments. If not for you all, I wouldn’t have been able to continue this journey for 8.5 years.
All we need is a warm bowl of comforting soup/stew in this winter weather. Today I am going to share a listicle/round up of kids friends soups and stews not only from my blog but also from my other blogger friends. Here is the round-up post for the kid’s delight event that I hosted from November 15 to Dec 15th.
I am happy to announce the next kid’s delight event. In 2015 I picked pasta for kids as the theme and last year it was cakes and cookies. And this time, the theme is “Kids friendly Soups and Stews.” The winter weather calls for soups and stews, and nothing can comfort like a warm bowl of soup. I think I am repeating it, but IMO soups and stews are the perfect way to sneak in veggies. Now bring on your kid’s friendly soups and stews. :-)
Today I am going to share my second-day experience at IFBC 2017. You can read about the host city Sacramento here and my first-day experience here. The second day was much more fun and comfortable, and I was delighted to see all the blogger friends again. We bloggers decided to attend different sessions and to share notes. Isn’t that great? I liked the idea, and I was all up for it.
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Blogging remotely in our comfort zone is always great. At the same time, meeting peers and other fellow bloggers become quite tricky. It becomes “it’s just you” forever. Conferences are a great way to meet other bloggers and to build the network. Today I am going to share about my first-day experience in the International food blogging conference that I attended recently in Sacramento.
SACRAMENTO – the mere name makes me all nostalgic. The tower cafe, the restaurants on Broadway(especially the Andy Nugyens), the state capitols, the tree-clad downtown, Java City, the fresh fruits and vegetable stands, UC Davis Children’s hospital and last but not the least the Sac State. :-) If I can call someplace as my hometown in the USA, then it has to be Sacramento. I spent the two most hectic yet meaningful years of my life in Sacramento. Yes, I am a proud Sac State Alumni, and if you ask me to write about the city of trees – Sacramento, I can keep writing about it. :-)
It just feels like I completed the April Mega Marathon and did the roundup. Time just flies, and here I am, again with an intro post about another edition of the Mega Marathon. Every year during April and September, we group of bloggers post recipes daily except Sundays under a pre-decided theme. I have been participating in these mega marathons from 2015, and this is my third year. As you all know this April, it was all about baking, precisely A-Z baking. This September it is all about Protein Rich dishes.
I am super glad to write this recipe recap of this month long baking marathon, where I posted all my eggless bakes. I started to participate in these month long marathons from April 2015, and with this year completion, I have hit a hat-trick.
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A kitchen without knife – no way. We all very well know how important knives are for our day to today cooking. A good sharp knife plays a significant role in the kitchen. I am a kitchen gadget fanatic and when I got an opportunity to try and review the “Complete six-piece precision knife series set” from Edge of Belgravia I was super excited and immediately said yes. When I saw the knives that came all the way from the UK, I was utterly mesmerized. I should call these as black beauties.
I am elated and excited to share this fantastic news with you all today. We at IMC, released the Millets Ebook today! This is my second ebook…. Yayyyy!! What a great way to start the month! This idea of posting millet recipes seeded on Mother’s day 2015. We, the members of IMC brainstormed and came up with lots of recipes, and that’s when we decided to compile all those recipes into an e-book. The millet recipe contest sure did spice it up.