August 14, 2015 by Joanne T Ferguson
Of course, the Say G’day Party is not only about recipes, but welcomes people to share tutorials and DIY projects too!
Perhaps you have a pre-loved recipe that you would like to have shine again?
Feel free to share old and new tutorials, old and new DIY projects too!
I would also like to thank everyone who shows their support weekly for the Say G’day Party, as after all, the party is about you, interaction and making new food friends along the way!
I LOVE reading your comments, feedback, e-mails, suggestions etc., as I do listen to what you write and say!
WHOO HOO as last week, we made our goal of 100+ submissions and would like to see each week, this goal be met and hopefully surpassed!
Please feel free to link as many links as you would like!
All submissions to the party have a chance to be featured!
— No videos
— Please don’t use the party to sell your CD’s, cookbooks or anything else you have to sell via your online store; the posts will be deleted.
— Please don’t “DUMP AND RUN”….. and if VA’s are adding to the party, you ARE expected to interact, why not say G’day to the host and maybe you will make a new food friend along the way!
It’s a simple party, that is full of fun, full of interaction and most of all, the party down Under is about YOU!
What Fun Party Recipes Will You Share Today?
SIMPLE = recipes, tutorials and DIY projects only
I would like to remind people that only English websites or websites that have English translators may link up, as for the people who attend the party, nothing gets lost in translation.
What a week this has been!
Not only in the kitchen, but outside the kitchen with many projects, events and LOTS of EXCITING news coming your way!
How E-X-C-I-T-I-N-G is it to make recipes you have never tried before?
I LOVE food challenges and I greatly enjoy sharing new things about countries, cultures, customs so we can learn together!
Is there nothing better?
In case you missed it, this week I asked How Did This Popular Palestinian Musakhan Unite Us Today as part of the Middle Eastern and North African Cooking Club Challenge – Palestinian Cuisine; please JOIN US!
This dish was “colorfully exciting,” and was very healthy and delicious!
I had never made this dish at home before, but if you have not tried it, I highly recommend you do!
WHAT a B-U-Z-Z of E-X-C-I-T-E-M-E-N-T there was worldwide when I asked, Are you curious about Asia in SA 8 Chefs 8 Recipes #CookingForCharity?
If you missed the post during the week, I would welcome you to hop over and read all about:
Cooking for Charity was an initiative by self-taught Chef Jeffrey Tan some nine years ago and has helped raise $2.5 million Australian dollars for various charities such as Prostate Cancer and Alzheimer’s Australia.
Chef Tan shared his “message of friendship” based on Epicurus, an ancient Greek philosopher; Epicurus’ “purpose of philosophy” was to “obtain a tranquil, happy life surrounded by friends.”
“The dish was beautiful and loved the combination of flavors; the kangaroo fillet melted in my mouth and thought it was a very exciting dish, as I had never tasted anything like that before!”
Seeing there is always room for dessert, let’s not forget Executive Pastry Chef Pierrick Boyle’s DESSERTS course of Grand Cru 64% Dark Chocolate texture, Raspberry, Sichaun Pepper and Vanilla
All of this food is indeed making me hungry!
Let’s get on with the party and I will very much look forward to your creations this week!
TUTORIALS ——- DIY PROJECTS —— RECIPES —— = FUN PARTY!
If YOU could pick JUST ONE, what would it be?
Today YOU have my curiosity!
Go on, it’s all about fun, and you know you want to reply!
With a “quick click,” a friend worldwide can be reading What Fun Party Recipes Will You Share Today?
Please feel free to bring a friend to What Fun Party Recipes Will You Share Today!
All comments, shares and pins MAKE MY DAY! Thank you!