Welcome to The Hearth and Soul Link Party where you are always in good company! I hope this finds you and yours all safe and well. While we still need to be very careful, it’s a real joy seeing some of the restrictions on our day to day lives lifting. I am so grateful to have been able to see some of our family and friends, albeit at a two metre social distance. It’s so wonderful to be in good company actually in real life! How are you and yours doing?
Whether your blog posts are old or new, as long as they are about things that feed the soul, they are welcome here at The Hearth and Soul Link Party. Things that feed the soul may include (but are not limited to) recipes, decorating, crafts, family, home, DIY, organization, travel, book reviews, the arts and self improvement.
What’s Been Happening?
I’m working on some new plans for Hearth and Soul, and for the blog. I’ve been sharing some bonus content with my newsletter subscribers and also asking them for feedback on what they would like to see more of on the blog. If you aren’t already a subscriber, please do join us! You’ll be in very good company.
On the blog last week – my latest vintage recipe!
If you love a soft, traditional oatmeal cookie, you will love these Old Fashioned Banana Oatmeal Cookies. I’ve been making them since I was a young girl in the 1970’s and they are always a treat.
I’m also making lots of salads. This is hands down my favourite coleslaw recipe, and perfect for serving in good company.
My late Mom’s coleslaw was famous amongst our family and friends. Grandma’s Coleslaw is her not so secret recipe. It’s incredibly versatile and can be made with red or green cabbage, 0r a combination of the two.
Thank you all for sharing your wonderful content and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party.
In Good Company Featured Posts
In good company featured posts from top left, clockwise:-
Most of us are paying a lot more attention to our gardens now that they are the only place we can entertain friends and family. Carol at Comfort Spring shared some great ideas for Creating a Beautiful Low Maintenance Garden.
If you are looking for some delicious new recipes for outdoor entertaining in good company, Erin at Our Table For Seven has 30 Recipe Ideas for Your BBQ.
Pat of Mille Fiori Favoriti brought a wonderful meat free recipe to last week’s party. I can’t wait to try this Tomato Zucchini and Cheese Pie! Don’t miss the photos of her sweet garden visitors!
And speaking of garden visitors, Allyson of Southern Sunflowers shared a fun Polka Dot Birdhouse, along with some great tips on how to welcome Bluebirds to your garden.
On with the party!
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