Happy Tidbits day, everyone! This past weekend was the perfect autumn weekend and I hope you’re enjoying the warm weather and beautiful colours where you are, too.
I’m so excited to introduce you to Sue, a very popular blogger from The View from Great Island. When I read her bio I knew I had found a kindred spirit. Sue is all about keeping it real and minimal fuss with food. I featured her gorgeous Tomato, Onion and Roasted Lemon Salad during the summer and promised you more. Sue’s creations know no boundaries and, though she teeters on being a vegetarian, she also craves the occasional meatball, as you will see below. I’m right there with you, Sue – those meatballs are irresistible!
After many cross-country moves with her family to accommodate work demands, Sue takes inspiration from her different locations. From New Hampshire (hence, the blog title) to the culturally diverse Los Angeles, the delectable dishes reflect her enthusiasm and passion for healthy eating and ensuring that each and every bite is packed full of fresh flavour.
In the ambrosial, heavenly dish above, Sue gives us great tips to ensure the meatballs retain their moisture and flavour while sharing info about Moroccan cuisine. Isn’t your mouth just watering as you look at those scrumptious meatballs? You know I’m all about exploring international dishes so I’m all over this! Sue’s blog is giving me so much incentive to dig for those recipes that will bring real excitement to our kitchens!
Sue says she could eat a dish like this every night and I completely agree. It’s simple, fresh, quick, easy – all the reasons why we need to be cooking real foods in our home. This will taste better than any dish you can buy in a restaurant and it will cost you a fraction of the price. It doesn’t get any better!
You’ll learn a lot about flavours, cooking, fresh herbs and international cuisine when you visit Sue’s blog and I guarantee you’ll be popping in to visit again and again. Her photography is stunning and the dishes just leap from the page. Thanks so much for sharing with us today, Sue. It was such a pleasure!
After those mouth-watering views of food, how about some luxurious rooms with breathtaking views of the water and mountains?
These images are all from Pansy Panda. Click on the link or the images for more.
It would be pretty hard to leave a place like this!
Having trouble getting your kids to eat their fruits and veggies? In this post, 17 Food Bloggers Share Tips for Picky Eaters. Definitely worth a read!
If you consider yourself to be somewhat of a wordsmith or you’re just wanting to expand your vocabulary, here is a list of 100 Most Beautiful Words in the English Language. It’s fun to go through to discover how many you know and learn some new ones too. When I think of beautiful languages, I think of the lyrical ones like Italian and Spanish but after reading this list, I tend to think that English is pretty cool, too.
You have to promise that you’ll visit this site to see 21 Roads You Have to Drive Before You Die! It is simply jaw dropping to see the types of road and terrain that people travel along around the world. Love this!
I was truly laughing out loud when I watched this video. A couple are telling their three young boys that they have twins on the way and the kids’ reactions are hilarious!
Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a great day, everyone!