I thought it fitting that in honour of Valentines Day we should celebrate all of the slow blogs that you love… and nominated here on the site during December. Here we go:
A Little Cup of Mexican Hot Chocolate and More: A Girl’s Guide to Cooking Mexican Food Just Like Her Abuelita
in which the blogger, a translator in California, brings the delights of Mexican cooking into your home.
in which Laurie, who lives on Vancouver Island, explores ideas about slow food, organic food, and local eating and records the changes in her own eating habits.
Food and Thoughts
in which Zarah Maria in Denmark writes about food… including many posts about COOKIES! Her photographs are going to make you salivate!
in which the blogger shares her collection of daily life experiences. She says, “It’s raw, precious, and one of a kind.”
Life, Love and Food
in which Rose-Anne welcomes the reader into her cyber kitchen for food and conversation.
in which KCarter, engineer by trade, explores philosophy, theology and Christianity… sometimes through poetry
Ted and Debbie
in which Ted and Debbie write about how they raise five children and keep life simple.
Throwback at Trapper Creek
in which the blogger keeps “A diary, of sorts, to chronicle the similarities and differences of homesteading on a 1881 farm, in present day. Our farm is located in the Pacific Northwest near the Columbia River Gorge. Our goal is to be as self-sufficient as possible. We rotationally graze our beef cattle, use pigs to turn our compost and raise pastured turkeys. We raise most of our own food, use wood from our woodlot for heat, and maintain our own watershed, using a hydraulic rams for water delivery. Truly the best of both worlds! While this blog may contain some humorous posts, we are dead serious about quality of the food we raise for our family and our meat customers. We just try to see the entertaining side of country living and farm life.”
Happy Valentines Day! Enjoy the new blogs… and tell us what other blogs you’ve been enjoying.