Curious Which Submissions Got Featured From My Say G’day Party? {Pay It Forward}

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October 28, 2014 by Joanne T Ferguson

Say-Gday-Featured-11Curious Which Submissions Got Featured From My Say G’day Party? {Pay It Forward}

You’ve clicked on the link, so now you might stay and relax and enjoy which submissions caught my eye from Is It Time For This Week’s Say G’day Party?

I have to admit, each week is getting more and more difficult to select only a few, as I think every submission to Natasha in Oz ‘s and my Say G’day Party deserve to be featured!

I’ll confess, I do enjoy being a party host whether at our Say G’day Party or in real life; recently enjoyed hosting a Moroccan Tagine night at home with Chef Georgio.

Perhaps you would like to read more about that party?

Here’s a snippet about the “simple but effective” decorations that added to the night’s fun, food, laughter and now memories of a lifetime!

Moroccan-party-theme-whatsonthelist Moroccan-tagine-party-whatsonthelist                              Can you FEEL the Moroccan Tagine love?

Back to the Featured!

Natasha and I welcome people continuing to stop by other submissions at the party and say G’day!

Natasha and I also love when we read comments, thanking us as hosts, as it really does make our day!

Not in any order (as you know by now I don’t play favorites), I’d like to introduce you all to the above blogs that are featured by What’s On The List; all will be contacted personally and all can proudly share my “You’ve Been Featured” on What’s On The List badge on their blog should they wish to!

Say Gday Feature

Today, I decided to share these blogs as after all, food, eating and Pay It Forward experiences like real life, is “all about fun!”

Starting with the top left, Brittany and Kristen (mother and daughter) from Homespun with Love‘s Paleo Pumpkin Spice Fudge caught my eye right away as it “looked” like the type of fudge that is SO worth getting your hands slapped as you are mischievously sneak a piece away!

Perhaps it is just me, but I swear I could smell the pumpkin spice AND the fudge today!

I don’t think this is the type of fudge where one could stop at eating only one!; piece I mean! lol

When I saw these Halloween Chocolate Bat Wings on Priceless Product Reviews Giveaways and Freebies, I S-Q-U-E-A-L-E-D and became a child of five!

Remembering the days from yesteryear, that my crime fighting friends Batman and Robin were always there for me every day, on black and white television!

I always wanted to live in their Batcave with Alfred being my butler too!

Batman and Robin were my heroes and I always want to go for a spin in their Batmobile!

I drove my first Batmobile in kindergarten, TRUE!

I was a “born to watch serials” on tv and always thought they had a secret coded message at the end of the show that ONLY I could hear and see!

“Tune in tomorrow! Same bat-time! Same bat-channel… !”

I do hope for those who remember, you ARE now laughing “with me!”

SUPERHEROES ON TELEVISION - MUSEUM  OF RADIO & TELEVISION                               Photo Courtesy of Hug The Undersquid

Please repeat after me…Arugula, Asparagus, Quinoa, Sun Dried Tomato Chopped!

What an “unusual and healthy” salad by my friend Kc The Kitchen Chopper.

I LOVE chopped salads and often wonder if it is an “American thang!”

Overnight Chilli by Nibbles by Nic…NO WAY!!

A picture paints a thousand words they say!

Chilli-overnight
When I saw Bekki from Domestic Mommyhood‘s Glorious Apple Pie Cinnamon Rolls, I heard the Morman Tabernacle Choir SING “H-A-L-L-E-L-U-J-A-H” in my head!

MANY things simultaneously occur in my head most minutes, but on this occasion, all they seemed to be singing every time I took a “sneak peek” at the Cinnamon Rolls was:
  “Hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah
Hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah!”

Please tell me when you view them, you hear the choir in your head too?

What is it about Michelle From Calculus to Cupcakes via the Daily Dish Magazine‘s Mexican Hot Chocolate Cinnamon Chip Cookies that makes me want to come through the screen and try one, okay two, okay, but three would be my limit…sort of…really!

“I have got to get me some of those” cinnamon chips to bake with as I sense these are not readily available in Australia!

I know, I can always make my own from scratch and that’s what I’ll do!

Look forward to what I create with them at a later date!

Shellie from Saving with Shellie‘s Nutella Rice Krispies Treats looked and sounded like fun!

Did I mention that Snap, Crackle and Pop were my friends from childhood too?

Rice-krispies-1973               Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. shared via The List

I know, HOW old am I?

But, I bet you are having FUN reading this today!

Last, but certainly not least, is Tatanisha from A Worthy Read‘s  Maple Walnut Caramel Apple caught my eye based on “the apple bobbing story” via Are Your Curious Why Today Is Pay It Forward Friday? {PayItForward}.

Honorable Mentions for this week are all tied to “VERY fun, VERY memorable” childhood memories that when I saw these images, they all made me smile and brought me back to yesteryear!

Heather from The Juggling ActsHalloween Mummy Bowling.

Halloween-mummy-bowling
Ginger from Gingerly Made‘s 8 Rules for being a Princess.

8-Rules-for-being-Princess
Lorelai from Life with Lorelai‘s Pumpkin Carving – Carving & Lighting Tips & Tricks.

pumpkin-carving-carving-and-lighting-tips-and-tricks

If YOU could pick JUST ONE, what would it be?

Today YOU have my curiosity!

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24 thoughts on “Curious Which Submissions Got Featured From My Say G’day Party? {Pay It Forward}

  1. I always enjoy Say G’Day Saturday – and it’s lovely to see your favourites as it’s hard to visit all the links! There are some wonderful posts here – I always like ‘Pay it Forward’ posts 🙂 Thank you for sharing with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

  2. glamorous glutton says:

    Thanks for a great round up. Here’s another vote for the pumpkin fudge but I love the bat wing cookies too. GG

  3. I see the words pumpkin. Nutella. Chocolate and I swoon 🙂 Fab round-up!

  4. Thanks Katerina for stopping by today and in inspiring me!

  5. Great features Joanne! Have a great day my friend!

  6. Thanks for featuring Michelle’s cookies from Daily Dish Magazine! When I saw those myself, it was added to “My List” 😉

  7. Terrific colllection from the party. I love the fudge, the chili, oh, I just love them all. And yes, I too remember enjoying batman on black and white TV with my younger sisters way back then.

  8. I had fudge on my list for ages, but never thought about pumpkin before! 😀
    Now I have apple pie cinnamon rolls too!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  9. Erlene says:

    Ooo….I agree, that pumpkin fudge looks so good. I’m planning on making some fudge this year, so this is a recipe that I’ll need.

  10. aww! Thanks so much for featuring my Chopped. I actually don’t know if it’s an American “thang” 🙂 I’ll have to do some homework! I do remember “same bat time…” OMG, I’m so old! Thanks for the reminder, Joanne! Great round up of yumminess! I’ll be putting a link back on the recipe.

  11. Wonderful features Joanne!! Nettie

  12. Good Day, Joanne. We come for the tagine, that is so delicious and all the other chocolates..YUMMY 🙂 Pawkisses for a Happy Halloween 🙂

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