For Link Love this week Diane at Crafty Pod has tasked us with going through our archives and finding our popular posts.
Wee pumpkin pattern – Harvest and Halloween fun in a simple little pattern. And a peek for things to come. I plan to go all out on Halloween this year.
Cheater’s Posole Recipe – Comfort food in our house can be easy. This one didn’t get a lot of comments, but it got a ton of views thanks to its acceptance to the foodgawker website.
The details inside the Happiest Place on Earth – This was my nephew’s first trip. He’s an old pro now and I’m feeling the urge to visit Disneyland again.
Knitters were thrilled that we were ahead of the game with the popular cowl patterns. Now we’re doubling and tripling them up and calling them “infinity scarves.”
I started to cry when I saw that this was one of my popular posts. I’m so grateful to have this picture of me and my wonderful friend’s dog “Boo.”Â She was my introduction to Australian Cattle Dogs and wicked smart. Although blind, she would gently herd us when we went for a walk. Always keeping count of her people. Boo has since passed away and will always have a special place in my heart.
Every month, Love With Food members receive a curated box of unique bites based on seasonal themes. This monthâ€™s theme was boardwalk. As a Love With Food member, I get to sample different products each month, earn points, and enjoy exclusive discounts to all full-sized products featured in the box.
For every box sold, Love With Food donates a meal to several food banks such as the Feeding America Network and Share Our Strength – No Kid Hungry. So when you join you are helping the more than 16 million children in America who are at risk of hunger.
Try tasty treats + help the hungry = Win!
Here’s a shot of the card that details the items in the box:
As always, for me travel plans mean eating plans. Being my third trip to Chicago, I know I want those special items not available elsewhere.
Portillos is the go to place for Chicago Hot Dogs and Italian Beef Sandwiches. I have to remember to go hungry, After eating here, I can’t eat the rest of the day.
Preparing for pizza is mandatory as well. The guys at the train station (last time we arrived in Chicago by train) sent us to Giordano’s and we didn’t regret it one bit.
I’ve been gathering other ideas, but BlogHer usually feeds us so well that I don’t get out much during the conference. But who knows, maybe I’ll have some more finds.