Woohoo! It’s Friday and I don’t know about you, but I’m really ready for it. We’re going to do things a bit differently today because I’ve been asked to guest post over at Dennis’ site, More Than a Mountfull. I couldn’t be more excited or honored to have been considered!
If you haven’t discovered Dennis yet, it’s high time you did. He’s a once executive restaurant chef turned director of dining services for one very lucky all girls high school. I’m telling you, these girls eat well. It’s enough to make me want to move up to Pennsylvania and go back to school just for the food!
I’ll still have the linky up below so be sure to share your goodies! Anything family friendly is welcome including vacations, recipes, crafts, and mom blog posts. And, hopefully, if I can get my rear in gear, I’ll start featuring the gingerbread process for the next few Fridays. Don’t hold me to it, I’m still trying to come up with the ultimate theme (who knew that would be the hardest part?), but if I can get it ironed out, we’ll be off to the races.
So let’s wrap this up and head over to Dennis’ where there’s a tasty recipe posted for cinnamon chickpea couscous!
Sommer @ A Spicy Perspective says
Julie, I KNOW you’ll do him proud. I’ll go check it out–have a great weekend!
Julie, I must be too early, I headed over there but you’re not there yet, lol. I’ll check back later. Have a great day!
Awesome guest post! I thought I would come over from Dennis’s blog and say hello to you.
Chef Dennis says
thanks for such a wonderful guest post!! I have been looking for a nice cous cous recipe to add to my salad bar, my girls will love it!
Joey @ Big Teeth & Clouds says
Anyone who can bring good food to the school cafeteria must be pretty awesome!
Gorgeous photography Julie! It looks really yummy. I don’t think I’ve ever made couscous before, which probably sounds really odd to you! I guess we aren’t very adventurous eaters. Is it like pasta?
Congrats, and great job! He does have a great blog. Have a great weekend.
Enjoyed reading your post on Chef Dennis’ site! Loved your creation!
Anna Johnston says
Congrats on your post on Chef Dennis’s site. Lovely little couscous dish, thanks for sharing 🙂
Julie! I’m so sorry I’ve been absent around here. I had you on my google reader, but for some reason it didn’t update your posts. When I visited Chef Dennis’ blog tonight, I realized I hadn’t heard from you for awhile, visited your blog, and was dismayed that I had missed so much! I reentered your blog on my reader, and it is now picking up your feed. But I’m so sorry! Anyways, I’m thrilled to have you back. Your blog has always been one of my favorites.
Very cool..I’m gonna check you out of at Dennis’!
I feel that way every Friday. 🙂
Julie if I lived in your house I would easily weigh three thousand pounds. Every time I come over to your blog I leave with my mouth watering.
The Southern Cookbook says
Hi Julie, It’s so nice to meet you. I was just over at More Than A Mount Full and I decided to pop over here to introduce myself. My name is Cheryl and I am behind The Southern Cookbook. That is one awesome recipe for garbanzo beans you created!! Great guest post as well 🙂
Emily Z says
I love cous cous! This sounds delish!!!
Melissa B. says
Oh, I do love couscous! I had some really good Middle Eastern food at a school fair yesterday, including couscous, hummus, stuffed grape leaves and tabouleh. I will keep your recipe, for sure!
Biren @ Roti n Rice says
Heading over to read your guest post. The cous cous looks delicious!
Holly L says
Good food in a cafeteria…WOW! I need more couscous recipes! I am trying to be more adventurous over here. Yeah!