Showing posts with label food bloggers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label food bloggers. Show all posts

Thursday, May 25, 2017

ATTN Food Bloggers! Niume Accepts Republished Content

Do you love food? Need a place to share the love? Do you have old blog posts you would like to re-purpose and republish?  Niume.com is looking for contributors to their Food Sphere. Below is an example of a few of my contributions ("newbie") and articles submitted by experienced food bloggers.

Food History: Cuban Sandwich | Niume | Food Sphere



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    BLOGGING OPPORTUNITIES: Sites That Accept Republished Content
    • Niume is a collaborative blogging platform with multiple spheres (or topics).  The Food Spere is just one.  But if you are a food blogger you are encouraged to share your content.  This is site accepts republished content and allows you to promote your blog.  Create a free account and start immediately.  Click the button that says "Create a Post" and a quick form will pop up.  Must have a valid eMail address. 
    • Sign Up 

    Friday, April 21, 2017

    Foodie Friday : Cool Foodies and Food Lovers Celebrating Their “Firsts” on Twitter

    Happy Friday! (It's FoodieFriday!)  Always searching for like-minded food lovers and found people celebrating their “firsts”. First food blog post. First food article accepted at a major site. Etc. Here are their tweets. Interesting variation. French food; Health / Energy Food tips; Asian food; Vegan recipes; and Food Photography.  

    Wish them continued success!











































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    Thursday, April 20, 2017

    "Baumkuchen", tasty and historic German cake | Recipes | Niume Food Sphere

    The ingredients for this scrumptious guilty pleasure include apricot jam, dark and white chocolate. Plus it's traditionally served at Christmas.  But you pick any holiday or special event or just treat yourself!

    How could you not want a piece of this cake?? 💟






    BLOGGING OPPORTUNITIES: Sites That Accept Republished Content
    • Niume is a collaborative blogging platform with multiple spheres (or topics).  The Food Spere is just one.  But if you are a food blogger you are encouraged to share your content.  This is site accepts republished content and allows you to promote your blog.  Create a free account and start immediately.  Click the button that says "Create a Post" and a quick form will pop up.  Must have a valid eMail address. 
    • Sign Up 

    Monday, January 9, 2017

    Pork Lo Mein - Make Takeout at Home | The Desert Cook (Reblog)

    Fellow food blogger Candy Dorsey publishes her own blog and also food-related Wizzley pages (see widget below). Reblogging / sharing the link to her post about pork lo mein. Not only is the dish delicious and easy to make but did you know that for the Chinese people, noodles are a “symbol of longevity”.  For those who celebrate, Chinese New Year, for 2017 it occurs on January 28th.  Candy also has a recipe for Chinese New Year Balls, which I'm sharing as well.

    Wishing you peace, prosperity, good health and a long and wonderful life!



    Pork Lo Mein - Make Takeout at Home |
    The Desert Cook




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    Chinese New Year Balls


    Chinese New Year Balls

    1 1/2 cups all purpose flour 1/4 cup sugar 2 tsp. baking powder dash of salt Combine all dry ingredients in a large bowl. In a separate bowl stir together all wet ingredients. Add to flour mixture all at once and stir just till moistened. Heat about 2" of cooking oil in a deep pot.



    Candy's Recipes on Wizzley!






    Friday, December 23, 2016

    Honey Chai Cake Recipe | Arabic Food (Reblog)

    Are you curious about global flavors?  You have wanderlust but can't wander too far because your travel budget is extremely limited?  Describing myself, of course.  My travel adventures are accomplished mainly through the Internet and television.  Was watching a TV cooking show and the host asked one of his guests who was a world traveler, which part of the world had the "best food" (in his opinion).  He said he enjoyed food prepared in the Middle East.  

    Image credit:  Arabic Food I, photo by Victor Maia, found at Flickr.com
    Arabic Food I

    Connecting the dots.  

    Several months back, began using the Google+ collections feature to maintain a collection of posts and links related to World Cuisine.  In the process, stumbled across the Arabic Food Recipes blog.  My husband and kids are turned on to chai tea. Even though I am a coffee fiend, having been encouraged by them to try a cup, it's very easy to understand why they are chai tea lovers.  At the aforementioned food blog found a cake recipe and thought to myself:

    • 'Chai tea is delicious. Why not chai cake?'  
    (See link shared below.)

    Here is another thing to note about this blog.  When many of us are enjoying the holiday season, we say "Happy Holidays" to others.  Why?  It's not to be anti-Christmas.  America is a diverse nation.  Some folks do not celebrate Christmas.  But they do celebrate a holiday!  This blog has holiday recipes for Christmas, EID, and Ramadan.  Cool huh?



    Honey Chai Cake Recipe

    Honey Chai Cake Recipe

    A delicious honey cake with tea, covered with vanilla and white chocolate icing, no one can resist it! Shaikha - founder of "When Shaikha Cooks" blog - prepared for you this unique recipe, to prepare it easily, especially for when you're expecting friends.




    Slow-roasted lamb shoulder with flavours of shawarma recipe


    “There’s nothing worse than being stuck in the kitchen on Christmas day while all your guests are enjoying themselves outside, so this DIY lamb shawarma recipe is the perfect solution. ...”

    Slow-roasted lamb shoulder with flavours of shawarma recipe

    The Arabic Food Recipes Kitchen (The home of Delicious Arabic Food) invites you to try Slow-roasted lamb shoulder with flavours of shawarma recipe. Enjoy the Arabic cuisine and learn how to make Slow-roasted lamb shoulder with flavours of shawarma.




    Eid Kaak with Dates Recipe


    Eid Kaak with Dates Recipe

    Cooking time: 20 minutes servings: 100 Ingredients Dough: 2 cups very hot margarine7 cups flour2 tsp smell of kaak (special kaak spices)2 tbsp toasted sesame1/2 cup warm water1 tbsp yeast 1 tsp sugar1/2 cup milk Stuffing: 500 grams Ajwa (dates)1 tsp cinnamon For garnish: Fine powder sugar Directions 1.




    Eggplant With Lamb, Tomato and Pine Nuts Recipe


    “ … this traditional Lebanese dish is made for celebratory meals and gatherings.

    Eggplant With Lamb, Tomato and Pine Nuts Recipe

    With its layers of golden eggplant, cinnamon-scented lamb, and sweet tomato sauce topped with melted cheese, this traditional Lebanese dish is made for celebratory meals and gatherings. Even better, it's just as good served warm or room temperature as it is hot from the oven.




    Sunday, December 18, 2016

    Food Bloggers Keep on Blogging!

    2016 is winding down.  Food Ways was started in November.  Taking the opportunity to spotlight food bloggers who have been actively publishing throughout the year and even in previous years.  Their persistence motivates me.  Sharing a link to their blogs below.  It's my way of wishing them a joyful, healthy and safe holiday season, and continued success and prosperity in the upcoming new year.  

    Some shares may not be "typical" of the traditional western Christmas celebration, but I also have an interest in world cuisines and global flavors.  There's no rule that says a traditional menu can't be modified with the addition of new, different and tasty recipes.  After all, when it comes to food and family, we make our own rules and traditions!  Don't we?  Enjoy!

    Happy Blogging Food Bloggers!
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    Sour Cream Pound Cake Poinsettia Cookies

    Sour Cream Pound Cake Poinsettia Cookies

    There comes a point every holiday season where you realize you cannot do it all. You cannot make homemade lip balm and vanilla extract for everyone on your list, you cannot stand in a 3-hour line at the post office for Christmas stamps, you cannot be 17 different places on Christmas Eve, you cannot scrub the baseboards before company arrives, and you cannot make homemade cookies and icing when your child tells you he needs cookies the next morning.

      

    Sprite and The Refreshing Truth About Korean Food


    Sprite and The Refreshing Truth About Korean Food

    Traditional Korean cuisine uses fresh ginger, garlic, green onions, sesame oil, chili flakes, soy sauce and fermented chili paste to create bold and distinctive flavors we can't help but crave. Salty, spicy and tangy flavors are often tempered and balanced with sweeter notes.

      

    Crispy Spicy Arbi

    Crispy Spicy Arbi

    This is one of my favourite fries and it can be done quicky , very crispy as well and goes very well with steamed rice or can be had as a starter also....so try this spicy dish....am sure u all will just love this flavourful and yummy dish 1/2 tsp red chilli powder, 1/2 tsp coriander powder, 2 tbsp oil + oil for shallow frying Pressure cook the arbi till one whistle or till it gets cooked.

      

    Cassoulet - The World's Most Complex Simple Recipe

    Cassoulet - The World's Most Complex Simple Recipe

    There are so many reasons not to make cassoulet. You need lots of ingredients, some of which take effort to find. There are many steps, and even some of the steps have steps. It will also seem like you used every pot and pan in the kitchen, which will be trashed by the time you're done.

      

    A Christmas Tree Bento

    A Christmas Tree Bento

    We're keeping holiday bentos simple right now as we finish unpacking boxes, but that doesn't mean the food can't still be festive! I found my favorite big box of cookie cutters, complete with my very favorite simple Christmas tree cutter.

      

    Yalda Night (Winter Solstice) 2015 and Shami Haveej - Carrot Shami Kabab with Sweet & Sour Tomato Sauce

    Yalda Night (Winter Solstice) 2015 and Shami Haveej - Carrot Shami Kabab with Sweet & Sour Tomato Sauce

    شب چله/شب یلداShab-e Yalda/Shab-e Chelleh, the ancient Persian celebration of the longest night, dates back thousands of years ago to the birth of میترا Mithra the god of light who was born on the eve of yalda (winter solstice).After the longest night of the year the days will gradually become longer symbolizing the victory of light over darkness.

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