Best of the Web: Be @ Home #54
Happy Wednesday readers! One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating. There is so much truth to this saying. Food blogs dominate this week’s Best of the Web: Be@Home picks.
They are followed by a creative blog of a quilter. There is a stark similarity between our lives and the quilts. A quote about quilting words it as “Our lives are like quilts – bits and pieces, joy and sorrow, stitched with love.” Read on what this week’s featured bloggers have to offer.
“Exploring and experimenting is what I enjoys the most. Simple Recipes is a big scrapbook which contains a collection of her kitchen experiments. Her recipes embrace many cultures due to her personal background, most of them are very simple, but grand from time to time. The idea behind this site is to share simple and yet tasty recipes for the busy schedule that we all live in. The recipes, some are her original, and others are adapted from various sources, where she mix and match according to her experience turning what was good to an even better one.
Because of her commitment to her profession, where she investigates the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, she believes that a lot can be prevented by what you eat. Therefore, she adjusts recipes to a healthier version, without jeopardizing the taste of it.
Juliana believes that happiness can be found in simple things, and the same rational applies for food, simple and yet very tasty”. – Juliana for Simple Recipes blog.
” Full of fun crafts, great printable s, useful tips, yummy food and basically all things lovely. We hope that you will take some of the ideas you find there and put them to work as inspiration in your home”. – Stefanie for Lovely Little Snippets blog.
“A great quilt can be an interior designer’s best friend, whether displayed on a bed or the wall. A quilt can make a house a home. When displayed on the walls, quilts are great for acoustics, and can dull the echo in a large space just like a rug on a hardwood floor. Quilts are also much more economical than other types of art, such as paintings, for covering a big wall space. If I have a message for interior designers, it’s just that.” – Bill for Wonky World blog.
The featured bloggers this week inspire me to fill my pantry cabinets with different ingredients and begin the wonderful journey of cooking with enthusiasm. What do you think readers? Let us know what specific blog types you would like to see more on Best of the Web? Leave us a comment, and do tell!