Alea of Premeditated Leftovers and I want to welcome you to our weekend blog hop, The Gallery of Favorites.
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 know that 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. Of course, recipe and food posts are very welcome too.
We want to thank everyone who shared posts last week. I always enjoy the many interesting and often thought provoking posts you share. Please do share our Gallery with other bloggers – we would love to see even more posts each week, and of course we always welcome those who visit for inspiration.
This week, Alea and I are featuring How To Organize a Pantry by Tessa the Domestic Diva: Wholesome, Allergy Friendly Living.
Photo credit Tessa the Domestic Diva
In this post, Tessa shares excellent, practical tips and strategies to help you make your pantry work for you, as well as making it look tidy and appealing when you open the door. It’s a wonderful, inspiring post for this time of year when most of us are thinking about fresh starts and organizing our homes.
Alea and I would love it if you would share your favorite posts with our Gallery of Favorites below. Posts on any family friendly subject are welcome, and of course your recipes and food posts are very welcome too. You can share new or archived posts, but please update the latter with a link back to the Gallery. It’s easy –
Link up your favorite post(s) below.
Include a link to your actual posts, rather than to your blog.
Please include a link to one of the hosts in your post, either through text or with our button:
We hope you will visit some of the other wonderful posts that are shared here.It’s a great way to discover new blogs, or a new side to the writers of blogs you already visit regularly.
The Gallery will remain open until Monday afternoon (early evening in the UK).