Well, here it is, Friday again! I had high hopes of posting another Indian recipe, but it's been one crazy week here. I promise to get to some more Indian food on here next week, but in the meantime, here are some interesting sites, blogs and posts that I've come across this week. Enjoy!
- I know that it's not harvest season for many of us, but I am already dreaming of the time of year where I can get colorful fresh produce again! As I was browsing the internet this week, I came across this cool site (via Spoonfed) called Ample Harvest. This site will tell you which food banks in your area accept fresh produce. Keep this in mind this spring when you're planting your gardens--it's a great way to donate healthy fresh food to those who need it!
- This week I discovered that besides living very near Lori from Fake Food Free I also live near another food blogger--a high school student in my town who takes beautiful pictures and makes delicious-looking food! (This is almost a miracle given that I live in a town of 15,000 people.) Go over and take a look at Sami's blog, A Teenage Gourmet!
- Many of you know Paula's blog, Bell'Alimento. (And if you don't, get over there right now!) She just announced that she's starting another site dedicated to one of my favorite foods: Nutella! Bella Nutella isn't quite up and running yet, but you can follow it on Facebook or even sign up to be a beta tester.
- And finally, a recipe. I tried Pool of Butter Biscuits from Big Red Kitchen this week, and it was a huge hit in our house! (Even my bread-averse daughter ate two biscuits.) I'll eventually post my variation of it, but trust me, even though these weren't the prettiest biscuits I ever made, they sure were the easiest (and were super tasty)!