CookBlogShare round up is publishing a little late today. But, in my defence, I could not climb over mountains of stuff to get to the computer. Our long-awaited and much dreaded kitchen renovation adventure was put in motion today. Our old kitchen has been emptied and its contents have taken residence in the living room… In other words it is complete mayhem and chaos today.
For this reason I am looking for volunteers to host #CookBlogShare on occasion. If you think you can host the link party I will provide you with the linky code and then you would have to write the round up. It would be a good way to involve more people – at least I hope so! Leave a comment and let me know if you would like to take over for a week.
I am glad to see all-round wonderful and unusual entries this week. I can always tell how much an entry captures people’s imagination with the retweets it gets. These chocolate chip cookie dough bars from Debra of My Little Kitchen blog were an instant hit. Possibly because cookie dough is an addictive substance!
Speaking of addictive substances… Nutella. Whenever there’s a jar in the house it is either still sealed or completely empty. The culprit is usually me, I like to eat with out of the jar with a spoon. I am not proud to admit this. Therefore jars are banished unless used in baking. This raspberry and Nutella swirl bread from Nicola of Something Sweet Something Savoury looks irresistible.
Trust Elisabeth to come up with a way of using courgettes, avocados and CHOCOLATE in the same recipe and actually find a way to make it appealing. These are a rather extreme solution to a courgette glut (PS: try courgette noodles. They are gorgeous).
Finally a recipe for Paprenjaci biscuits – I was not familiar with this Croatian Christmas specialty but I certainly want to give them a go. I just have to find a pretty mould press first. Thanks for linking these Chef Mireille, I love discovering new recipes.
Directly below is a brand new #CookBlogShare ‘linky’ ready for you to add any recipe posts you would like to share. All recipes and food bloggers are welcome. There’s no theme to follow and you can link any recipe sweet or savoury, old or new. All I ask is that you display the badge and link back to this post.