Blackberry Crumble

It’s the last week of my university’s Spring Semester and I have not been able to respond to each of your comments and to the new followers for the last few weeks.  I’m going to try to catch up this weekend.  Last week so many awesome, and I really mean awesome posts were shared on this blog get-together.  Who to choose to feature was a huge delimma.  So I decided to feature 3 food blog posts instead of one.  Hope that’s OK!

Nancy from “Nancy Creative” kindly shared a mouthwatering recipe for fresh Blackberry Crumble that sounds outstanding.  I’m ready for berries aren’t you?  And my family is always in the mood for a fresh dessert like this.  Isn’t it colorful and pretty?  What a beautiful plate too!

Michelle’s post from “Ms. Enplace” compelled me to think of the Easter bunny with her recipe for Roasted Carrots in Thyme (just cuz we associate bunnies with eating carrots)!  Since it’s Easter, I thought this would make an excellent veggie side dish!

Jessica from “Kitchen Belleicious” shared a unique recipe for Sun-dried Tomato, Spinach and Artichoke Wonton Lasagna that sounds and looks wonderful, especially made for her husband who doesn’t eat meat on Fridays during Lent, which part of my family also observes.  This recipe is full of delicious spring ingredients too!

April joins in from “The Life and Times of a 21st Century Housewife” with not only a post about her spring garden in How Does My Garden Grow?, but she also speaks about a British garden initiative, The ‘One Pot Pledge’ which is to “get everyone growing something to help feed themselves, even if it is just some salad on the windowsill. It’s good for your health, the environment and your soul”. Cool stuff!

I love how Jill over on “Real Food Forager” dyed Easter eggs in a completely natural way.  This woman is totally serious about doing things as clean as possible.  I wonder how the robins’ eggs are so naturally blue . . . is there a natural way that we can achieve that color too, Jill?  Well done!

I’d like to wish all of you a Happy and Blessed Easter, BUONA PASQUA or Passover and a wonderful weekend with your families, friends, and loved ones.  I cannot wait to see some of your posts next week on what you served for your celebration, how you decorated, and maybe some tablescapes . . . and more!

Now go ahead and link up another great post or two.  Please copy and paste the button with a link on your post or at least just a link back here so other’s can join in.  For those who are new, I ask that you do not link up posts related to giveaways, coupons or sales, or trying to sell stuff.  Thanks for your blog kindness!


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  1. says

    Oh thank you so much for featuring my wonton lasagna! It was so good so I want to get the word out to everyone that they must try it out! :) Love your friday posts and just linked up my recipe for Coconut Carrot Cake with a Lemon Pecan Glaze! Have a great easter weekend! Xo

  2. says

    Thank you so much Roz.

    You have a beautiful blog and every time I come to it my eyes are mesmerized because it looks so pretty. So glad I found you.

    Thank you so much for welcoming me and featuring me on your blog. I had a late meeting at church last night so to bed I went. I saw your post this morning while getting ready for work.

    I will be including you on my blog roll as an Elegant Read.

    One day I would like to go to Italy. One of my husband’s and my top place to want to travel to.

    Thank you again and I will be checking out the other lovely blogs featured as well.



  3. says

    I keep forgetting that I want to join in on Seasonal Saturday! Hopefully, once school is out and I can breathe, I’ll get it all organized.

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