November edition of Our Growing Edge is hosted by Alicia from Alicia’s Bits n Bobs. Just a reminder: Our Growing Edge is the part of us that is still learning and experimenting. It’s the part that you regularly grow and improve, be it from real passion or a conscious effort. This monthly event aims to connect and inspire us to try new things and to compile a monthly snapshot of what food bloggers are getting up to. So if you don’t already have a foodie bucket list, it’s time to write one. Feel free to browse my list for some ideas. Some ideas you could try this month: Learn a new technique Reverse engineer a dish from your favourite restaurant Cross something off your bucket list Cook something new out of an old cookbook Try a new cuisine To submit a post, click on the submission button below: More info on the event can be found here. Last month’s event October was hosted by Annika from We Must Be Dreamers. Check out her round up of all the HALLOWEEN submissions on her blog later this month. Below is a preview …
Less creepy clowns. More cutie clowns. Click here to see more editions of Tofu Tuesday.
October edition of Our Growing Edge is hosted by Annika from We Must Be Dreamers. Theme: Halloween This month’s theme can be as literal or as abstract as you like. Just imagine the final round up as an epic Halloween pot luck spanning food blogs from around the world! Some ideas you could try this month: Make a Halloween treat Pumpkin spice something Cook a dish that uses only Fall colours Host a Halloween-themed dinner party Cook with an ingredient that could be considered slightly horrifying Invent a Halloween cocktail To submit a post, click on the submission button below: More info on the event can be found here. Last month’s event September was hosted by Chrystal from The Smallwood Parsonage. Check out her round up of all the yummy FAMILY RECIPE submissions on her blog later this month. Below is a preview of just some of the FAMILY RECIPE submissions.
We had a pretty awesome Halloween party at our neighbour’s place on Saturday. Tofu the bunny still has lipstick on his face, there is still a little tidying up to do and I’m still feeling like I need another day or two to recover. Here’s Tofu the eyeless pirate obliging to a little photo shoot. Surprisingly, Tofu the bunny enjoyed being in this trick or treater’s bucket. I think it perfectly hugged his fluffy round butt. He snuggled right in. Click here to see more editions of Tofu Tuesday.
This is Halloween for a rabbit owner/food lover/illustrator. Spooky Ghost Rabbit Ingredients 1 fluffy rabbit 2 oranges 1 black marker 2 black dots 1 white tea towel Preparation Draw pumpkin faces on oranges with black marker. Stick on black dots onto edge of tea towel. Carefully arrange tea towel on rabbit, arranging oranges neatly on each side. Enjoy! Click here to see more editions of Tofu Tuesday.