However, if we are to have a long and happy relationship - which I know we will - it must start with honesty. So, I have a confession to make.
We both know the purpose of this blog is to talk about exploring new foods and having fun getting in the kitchen to make our own yummy delicacies for our loved ones. Well, yesterday, I had a wonderful morning tea on the sensational deck of blogging guru Brismod of Fun and VJs, joined by the delightful little Ana of Travelling with Ana and her mum (of course). Logic said, as a newby food blogger, lover of cooking and lover of food that I would bring (i.e. make) morning tea...well...I bought it.
Oh dear! I hope we can stay together?!?!
|The 'bought' cup cakes from Fig Tree Deli|
Ok, if you are still reading, I'm in, so I need your help.
On Friday I am having my family over for dinner to celebrate my mother's birthday. What will I cook?
When I asked my five year old niece what she thought I should cook for Oma (my mum's German), she shouted (literally), 'Duck, Aunty Fi'. Ha, now there's a girl with an excellent palate, and an impressive memory as I cooked duck for a visit from my brother about a month ago.
I'm opening it up to you, dear supporter, what fabulous ideas do you have for my mum's birthday dinner?