I’m still new to blogging and I’m pretty bad about posting regularly… I vow to try to work hard on that! I take the pictures and tweak the recipes and have the best of intentions, yet seem to slack when it comes to actually sharing. You would think I was never taught to share or something! 🙂
Today, I have finally decided upon my links for the 7 links challenge that fati from fati’s recipes tagged me in. On a side note, fati has a really fun approach to food and has entertaining and mouth watering posts, so go ahead and check out their blog. So, the challenge is to look back among all the posts you’ve made thus far and publish your own links based on the following 7 categories, using one link per category (sort of like an award show where you’re the host presenting your own selections):
- The most beautiful post
- The most popular post
- The most controversial post
- The most helpful post
- The post that was surprisingly successful
- The post that did not get the attention it deserved
- The post I am most proud of
You then choose up to 5 other bloggers to tag and pass the challenge on to. And so, without further ado, on to my selections!
The most beautiful post: It’s a Julia Child recipe, so that must mean it’s elegant, which means it must be beautiful! I love the layers and contrasting colors of this dish and it really is just pretty to look at, as well as tasty! Eggplant Zucchini Gratin
The most popular post: A super delicious, super chocolatey cookie! Thick and Chewy Triple Chocolate Cookies
The most controversial post: Like most food bloggers, I don’t have any controversial posts, but kimchi is such a love/hate sort of food so I’m going to say Korean Stir-Fried Beef with Kimchi
The most helpful post:I haven’t done anything super helpful yet I’d say, although I do have a couple step by step how-to’s that I’m working on. But taking a time-consuming dish and simplifying it seems helpful, so the post I chose is Skillet Lasagna
The post that was surprisingly successful: It was my first post, yet it is almost my most popular post. Yes, they are damn good, I’m just surprised that a first post could do so well! Chocolate Cupcakes with Baileys Buttercream
The post that did not get the attention it deserved: Chocolate Cream Pie is aamaazing! And this recipe is aamaaazing! And it was quite overlooked, despite it’s chocolate yumminess!
The post I am most proud of: I know carrot cake recipes are a dime a dozen, but I love these Carrot Cupcakes, and everyone I have made them for has had rave reviews. They’ve even been said to be better than cupcake shop carrot cupcakes, which makes me super happy to hear!
I’m only going to tag three bloggers, but I hope they will participate because I would love to see what they’d share!
Christina from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen
Amy from Elephant’s Eats
Geni from Sweet & Crumby
I hope you enjoyed learning a little more about my blog, and come back to visit soon! Happy eats! 🙂