Food, Link Ups

Reminder: What’s On Your Plate – May 5

The second ‘What’s On Your Plate’ linkup will begin Wednesday, May 5. Deb and I would love for you to join us. Tell us about a dish that you have recently enjoyed (regardless of who made it). 😀

Write and link your own post or display on your choice of social media or simply leave a link/description in the comments. Please include: #whatsonyourplateblogchallenge.

Thank you to all who contributed last month. If you missed them, here is a quick summary of the linkups.

Sue’s Vegetable Fritters
Del’s Bean Soup
Janis’ Hello Fresh Review
Cull House Linguini and Clam Sauce (Antoinette)
Malcolm’s Spring Salad (Suzanne)
Jo’s San Choy Bow
Moosehead Pizza Dough (Bernie)
Jackie’s Culinary Delights (there’s many of them)
Donna’s Kabocha Red Squash Curry
Artistic Pension’s Simply Eggs
AJ’s Chicken Omelette (comment section of Deb’s Blog)

We look forward to seeing you Wednesday!

Donna & Deb

29 thoughts on “Reminder: What’s On Your Plate – May 5”

    1. Thanks, Terri – I’ve missed you too. Like you, I’ve been on a blogging break. Today is my first day back. Now the trick is to retain balance while engaging meaningfully in the blogging world. I look forward to hearing more about your new place.

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    1. Hi, Marsha – Great minds think alike! Since recently coming off of my Blogging Break, balance has been weighing heavily on my mind. This link works perfectly. Your Dad’s Pasta Sauce sounds delcious. I look forward to trying it.
      BTW – Awesome photography and great song choice!

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      1. Thanks, Donna. Welcome back from your blogging break. I think it did you well. You’ve come back with fresh new ideas. My most recent question I’ve been asking my blogging friends is about reaching a crossroads in blogging. Do you think you did that as a result of your break?

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      2. Great question, Marsha. I came away with more questions than answers, but a clear intent. During my Blogging Break, quite innocently (I believe) my husband mentioned that I seemed “much more present”. True — but ouch! So my clear intent is to keep the balance gained during my break, while still engaging with blogs that I love. How to do this? Insert miracle here!


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