Cooking Italy – Guest Post

I am very excited to share you this post called Cooking Italy. This was submitted by one of the blogger I have meet on Facebook. So let’s get started shall we.

When I travel, I like to “live like a local” and immerse myself in whatever culture I am visiting. One of the best ways to do this is through food and sampling a locations’ customary cuisine. On a recent trip to Northern Italy, I was offered the chance to take a private cooking class. Honestly, I can’t think of a better way to be immersed in Italian culture than by making your own gnocchi and pasta?

The agents from Exclusively Italy booked The Art of Cooking with Daniela and Alessandro for my sister, two aunts, uncle and I. Daniela and Alessandro hold their intimate classes in a studio apartment up in the hills of Mezzegra. The flat is overlooking Lake Como, the views alone are worth the trip! Read more

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Guest Post Wanted ~ Food & Travel Related

101FoodTravel are excited to announce that I will be accepting submissions for guest post here in our blog.  I am looking for a great content that I can share to my users and followers every month.  My goal is to publish at least two guest posts per month on the topic consistent with my blogs, such as Food, Recipe and Travel.

Content:

  • Food
  • Recipes
  • Travel/Vacation Ideas & Experienced

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Hilton Resorts World Bimini: Limited Lunch Choices, No Limits on Taste ~ Guest Post

Hello everyone, today I am sharing you this Hilton Resorts World Bimini: Limited Lunch Choices, No Limits on Taste ~ Guest Post. From one of the lady I have on Facebook. I don’t know about you but traveling is one thing that my husband and I is hoping to do more this year. Anyway, few weeks ago I have posted something on Facebook about my blog accepting guest post.  A nice sweet lady contacted me, and I must say this guest post can make you hungry.  Thank you Tomeka Allgood  for this awesome guest post.

So let’s get this guest post started, don’t forget to follow her on instagram .

Whenever I travel I make a point not to eat food from any chain restaurant or eatery. During my recent trip to Bimini, which is the closest Bahamian island to the United States, I did not have that problem. This is due to the fact that there are not any chain food places on the island. The closest thing to anything that resembled a chain was Amicci’s, the coffee shop, which served a limited Starbucks menu. Staying at the Hilton Resorts World Bimini, which is one of the only two resorts on the island, turned out to be an excellent choice for a foodie like myself. Overall the resort has six restaurants on property as well as being located relatively close to some of the islands most popular off resort food spots.

I’m sure that I’m not alone when saying that sleeping in on vacation is usually the norm. With that being said, lunch not breakfast is the most important meal of the day. The lunch options at the Bimini resort were not only acceptable but affordable. Of course as with most resorts, guest are charged an additional service charge of 18%. Even with that fee, the lunch menu was still reasonably priced and where guest definitely have an opportunity to get their best bang for the buck.

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Waking up at 7am! Ellie Moore

Hello everyone, today I am sharing this awesome post Waking up at 7am! Ellie Moore, from one of mom blogger online that I collaborated.

Hey there guys.

I’m going to tell you a little bit about my day-to-day life.

At the moment I am working within the Social Media & Digital Marketing sector. My morning normally consists of my alarm waking me up at around 7 am (I usually ignore it and go back to sleep). When I finally get out of bed I choose my outfit, have a wash, do my make-up, sort out my hair and go downstairs.

I don’t eat breakfast. I know it’s bad and I know I should but I really don’t like eating in the morning. I usually then grab a cup of coffee and just sit down until it is time for me to leave.

I don’t drive at the moment, so I have to get the bus to work every day. I leave my house at 8:10 am, and start work at 9 am.

I do my normal days work and leave at 6 pm. When I get home I usually cook dinner for my whole family, then clean up afterwards. By the time I get home I am ready to go back to bed, but I know that even just by cooking dinner, it helps my parent out a lot.

Waking up at 7 am is a struggle for me because I really love my sleep, but I also love my job. I don’t wake up every morning and dread the day ahead. I go to work with high spirits and every day I tell my colleagues that the day is going to be a good day!

Positivity is key, as it’s what gets me through a long day at work.

How do you guys deal with mornings? Are you like me and don’t want to move out of bed, or are you a morning person? I know that I definitely am not as I love my bed too much!

This article is also over on Elorify. If this article was of interest to you, there are other guest posts on this site too. Take a look and see what you think! http://www.elorify.com/.

Thanks, Ellie x

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My Site Is Now Accepting Guest Post

Guest Post, Lifestyle, Travel, Food,
Guest Post welcome. Topic must be about Food and Travels. Also I accept about Lifestyle & DIY.

Good morning everyone. How are you doing? Hope that everyone is having a great weekend so far.  I am accepting Guest Post in my blog now.

I was contemplating about this post, However I realized that now a days Guest Post has become a big part of the blogging industry.  My blog is about Food and Travel, as well as the lifestyle and DIY. If you have these niche and would like to be feature on my site let me know by leaving a comments below. 

Words must be 250 to 400 words counts, and must talk about Travel, Food, Lifestyle and DIY.  You will be credited back by linking the post to your web site or blog.  Your content will be review by me, and as soon as it’s completed I will post is right away here on my site.  To send me your content simply email me at productreviewermom@yahoo.com or go to my Contact Me, and fill up the requirements in formations.

If for some reason your content get rejected I will contact you and we can make changes.  Guest Post that is full of spam is definitely not welcome.  Content must be authentic and owned by you not copied from someone else blog post.  Originality is a must on the Guest Post,  if you think you all this qualification, then feel free to send me an email.

Looking forward on hearing from you, and thank you for stopping by here.  I appreciate your time and effort. 

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COOKING – Sausage Rolls

Sausage Rolls Guest Post by that noise is mine.

Aussie Mums are preparing for our children to return back to school next week! Just thought I’d use the opportunity  to share my “go to” recipe for a school lunch treat and class parties – Sausage Rolls.

You will need

1 teaspoon of oil

1 onion finely chopped

500g (1 lb) sausage mince

1 cup fresh breadcrumbs

2 tablespoons tomato sauce

1 egg, lightly beaten

3 sheets frozen ready rolled puff pastry, thawed

egg to glaze

 

What to do

Preheat the oven to moderately hot, around 200c. Lightly grease a baking tray.  Heat the oil in a frying pan and cook the onion over low heat until soft and transparent.  HINT: over the years I have become lazy with this recipe and very finely dice the onion in the food processor at the same time as making the breadcrumbs.  This then eliminates this step because the onion is so fine it cooks in the oven.

Transfer to a bowl and mix with the mince, breadcrumbs, tomato sauce and egg.

Lay the pastry sheets on a lightly floured board and cut each sheet into two strips.  Divide the filling into 6 equal portions and spoon across the long edge of the pastry.  Roll up to make a long sausage shape.  Brush lightly with a little beaten egg.  Cut the rolls into the desired length and place them on the tray, seam side down.

Bake for 20 minutes, or until the rolls are crisp and golden.

Sausage rolls can be frozen for up to 2 weeks after baking.

You can substitute sausage mince with chicken mince or minced steak.

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