Call it what you want

Posted byLori Posted onDecember 28, 2010 Comments7

Part of having a food blog is creating delicious (looking) recipes to share with your readers. And part of making those recipes is coming up with (interesting) names for these dishes.

Honestly, the name creations are one of my favorite things. I mean, when else can you write about strawhini spread or cheemmus?

What I’m trying to get at, is that you can call a spade a spade. You can call blogging great. You can also call me Ms. Taste-Test Wonderful since I have had the privilege of testing out bloggers’ recipes (that they send me!)ย  or just experimenting with their recipes myself. Whatever way you call it, it’s name spells G O O D. ๐Ÿ™‚

Exhibit One

Katie‘s mouthwatering (and delicious, mwahahaha!) Chocolate Covered Cookie Dough or whatever she’s calling them.

Thank you, Katie. ๐Ÿ™‚

Exhibit Two

Alisa‘s Snickerdoodle Cookies. Gluten free, dairy free, and delicious. Best birthday present ever? Maybe…

Exhibit Three

Katie’s pumpkin butter. Better than Trader Joe’s, mind you. And sent with love.

Exhibit Four

Pure2Raw‘s line of dry mixes for baked goods: Twin Cakes Bakery Scones

Or their Cupcake Mix and Chocolate Frosting

And here. Too good not to buy.

Exhibit Five

Reviewing the masses…

Tasting Flax

Tasting ABC‘s here.

Tasting Liz? Oh yes!

Exhibit Six

Let’s not forget the Vodka Induced Fudge Wonderfulnessinmymouthandtummycauseit’sreallygood by (never home)maker.

The end.

If you don’t mind I am now off to curl up with my calories.

You call it gluttony, I call it… well yeah, it’s still gluttony but it’s also really really tasty. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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