The Gallery of Favorites: First Edition

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Alea of Premeditated Leftovers and I want to welcome you to our new weekend blog hop, The Gallery of Favorites!

An amalgamation of Feed Me Tweet Me and The Weekend Roundup, The Gallery of Favorites is a place for you to feature favorite posts from your own blog. Although Alea and I both spend a lot of our time writing about food, we do have many other interests and we know our readers do as well. The Gallery of Favorites is a place for all bloggers – not just food bloggers – to share their ideas, interests and passions.

We hope that you will take the time to visit some of the other entries in our Gallery of Favorites. It is a great way to discover new writers, or a new side to some of your favorite bloggers.

Alea and I will be featuring a post each week. Today we want to share Muskoka Bean Saladfrom Becky at From Ministry to Motherhood.

Photo credit From Ministry to Motherhood

Photo credit From Ministry to Motherhood

Although I have never been to the diner in Bracebridge that Becky writes about, my family spent many happy summer holidays at a cottage near there. I too remember mind numbingly hot days spent in search of air conditioning, although I never discovered a cookbook like Becky did on our travels! I love that Becky then sought out the cafe owned by the writer of the cookbook she found, and was inspired by a meal she ate there.

What have you been focusing on this week? Share your favorite post!

The Gallery of Favorites will remain open for entries until Sunday evening.

Include a link to your favorite post, rather than to your blog.

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Article by April Harris

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April is a writer, recipe developer, frequent traveller and blogger sharing travel, food, and style. Based in the south of England, April is a British Canadian who is passionate about family, hearth and home, healthy living (with treats!) and the transformative power of travel.


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