Last weekend, when Conor from Hold the Beef was in town (all the way from Perth, Australia in the midst of a whirlwind around the world tour apparently to do with her grad school work though looks like she might be doing some kind of degree in food and drink..), I felt the pressure to […]
Whoah! Your response to this month’s Hay Hay it’s Donna Day event was overwhelming! We had participants from all over the world – the United States, Canada, Bulgaria, France, Australia, Germany, Spain, Italy, Norway, The Netherlands and India! Initially I had planned to write a paragraph about each entry but as there are TWENTY ONE […]
[donotprint] I was excited to hear from Denise over at Chez Us that I won the last Hay Hay it’s Donna Day cooking event! I won a signed Donna Hay cookbook!!! I also won the privilege of hosting the next HHDD event (you can read more about the history of the event here), meaning I […]
[donotprint] I was so happy to see that Denise at Chez Us has resurrected the Hay Hay it’s Donna Day! event after a bit of a break. I was even happier to see the recipe she chose for the relaunch of this monthly event – an easy weeknight meal that doesn’t taste like it only […]
I figured that this month would be a great time to participate in the Hay Hay it’s Donna Day food blogger event because 1) I had all the ingredients and 2) it’s a really quick dish to prepare, key for me in this crazy-for-teachers month of November. You can read more about the event (organised […]
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