The Hearth and Soul Hop September 14

The Hearth and Soul Hop Link Party
Welcome to the The Hearth and Soul Hop link party! We welcome any family friendly posts you share on your blog – home & family posts, gardening, crafts, DIY, encouraging, inspiring posts and of course, food from the hearth to feed your soul. We are a ‘no rules’ link party!

Thank you to everyone who visited and shared with the Hearth and Soul Hop last week. It has been another busy week – I can’t get over we are nearly half way through September already! I had a great time participating in the Love Your Leftovers Challenge, an event to help raise awareness of food waste and how to avoid it in association with The Royal Borough and Greenredeem.

The Love Your Leftovers Challenge

Love Your Leftovers on AprilLJHarris.com
I also shared a post to help you Love Your Leftovers. It is full of  ideas and recipes to save you money and help the environment.

Banana Gingerbread Loaf at The Hearth and Soul Hop
I’ve also been working on the cookbook I am writing, recipe developing and baking some old favourites like this moist and delicious Banana Gingerbread Loaf. It’s perfect as at teatime or as a snack with a cup of tea or coffee, as a dessert with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream or even for breakfast on a cold morning.

This week I’m featuring (clockwise from top left):

The Hearth and Soul Hop at AprilJHarris.com

Easy Harissa + Awesome Ways to Use It from Treat Yourself Sweeter

10 Things to Do With Over-Ripe Fruit and Veggies from Olives-n-Okra

DIY Spice Cabinet from The Farmhouse in the Field

Farmer’s Market Skillet from The Extruded Noodle

20 Perfect Pumpkin Recipes from Domestic Bliss Squared

Okay, on with the party! It’s easy to join in – just share your link(s) below. There’s no o
bligation but I’d love it if you would follow on social media or include a link back in your post. Our Hearth and Soul Hop badge code is in the sidebar and we’d love for you to share it. Also, please do share the Hop with your blogging friends on social media so we can continue to grow. Thank you!

I’m on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram and Google +Please let me know if you’ve followed so I can follow back.

You can follow my co-host Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram and Google+.

By linking to the hop you are giving permission for your properly credited posts and photographs to be featured here on AprilJHarris.com as well as on social media channels. If you have any questions please contact me at april@apriljharris.com. I am excited to see what you will share this week!

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Article by April Harris

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April is a food, lifestyle and travel writer who lives in Berkshire, England. She shares inspiration, tips and trends for anyone who loves food, cooking, entertaining, fashion, travel and the finer things in life at her blog, AprilJHarris.com.
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Comments

  1. Oh my, leftovers going to waste is probably the thing that makes me feel the most guilty here! It seems so silly to let food go to waste when so many people are going hungry. I will definitely have to check out your post on that. Thanks for hosting!

    • I hope you find it helpful, Jamie. But honestly, it happens to us all! I cleaned out a cupboard with baking supplies the other day and was really upset by the things I found that were past their best. I’ve changed my system and am hoping to avoid that happening again. Thank you so much for visiting and sharing 🙂

  2. When you treat leftovers like delish ingredients the creative dishes know no bounds. Love leftover recipes! Thanks for hosting, just linked up!

  3. April,
    Thanks for hosting the party. Have a great week.
    We eat leftovers all the time.
    Annamaria

  4. Hi April,
    All the food looks delicious, I want to try it all. Have a wonderful week and thanks for the party!
    Miz Helen

  5. Thanks for hosting. Have a wonderful week.
    Blessings, Shari

  6. You all are always doing something fun, April! I love that! 🙂 Leftovers are splendid in my mind. Some of my best creations come from leftovers and my pantry. Off to check your ideas out in a second.

    This week I’ve linked up my gluten-free challah bread recipe roundup (wonderful bread recipes for everyone any time!) and my green chile chicken casserole recipe (great comfort food, but also worthy of an occasion).

    Have a good week!
    Shirley

  7. Hello cute lady! I appreciate you hosting such an amazing party! Please take a minute to stop by our party and let us pin and tweet your masterpieces! Lou Lou Girls

  8. Looks like you had a fun busy week. Thank you for hosting.

  9. Thanks for another yummy party, April!

  10. Yay to reducing food waste! Wonderful of you to be proactive on this important issue April. Thanks for hosting a fantastic party!

  11. April, raising awareness of food waste is a worthy endeavor. People simply do not think. My link today is my easy take on German chocolate cake.

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