A Blog Award

The Addictive Blog Award rules:

  • Thank the person who nominated you and include a link back to their blog.Thanks to Mama’s Empty Nest for the honor.
  • Share a little bit about why you started blogging. On my 50th birthday party we went to the opening of the movie Julie and Julia.  After that landmark event in my life, I vowed that I would start a blog and a cooking club to celebrate cooking, food and friendship. In June 2011 that dream came true with The Fearless Cooking Club.My goal is to showcase our culinary specialties in our home kitchens. Because we are FEARLESS that means we will occasionally challenge ourselves to make dishes never attempted before.  The world of good cooking is a challenge and a leap of faith. It is always better to leap into the culinary abyss with friends than alone, don’t you think? “This is my invariable advice to people: Learn how to cook – try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless, and above all have fun!” – Julia Child –
  • Copy and post the award onto your own blog.  Boom, done, finished!
  • Nominate up to ten eleven other bloggers you think are addictive enough to deserve the award.  Here are some of my addictions:

The Seaside Baker

Los Rodriguez Life

Jo the Tart Queen

The Hungry Australian

Marinating Online

Sugar and Spice Baking

Food and Fitness 4 Real

My Custard Pie

Boulder Foodie

Ladies Go First

Janna T Writes

Blogging is a journey and an expression of the inner voice. Thanks to all my fellow bloggers. Stay true to yourself.

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7 thoughts on “A Blog Award

  1. I don’t consider myself a foodie by any stretch of the imagination, yet I’m always excited to see a post from you. I think, “what has Patty tried now?” Most of the stuff you do, I know I’ll never attempt (like cutting the coconut!) so I live vicariously through your food adventures. I hope you don’t get bored posting your food adventures.

    I’m honored to be included among your list. Thank you!

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  2. You are welcome. In the world of blogging there are few people who continue to stick with it. You are one of those bloggers and I count on your consistency and faithful writing.

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