Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Welcome to the Hearth and Soul Blog Hop

Hearth and Soul Hop at the 21st Century Housewife

Believe it or not, we are still redecorating, and will be for some weeks to come. As I watch our home transform from something we chose to have built for us a little over three years ago now, into something with our own unique stamp on it, I am reminded of how personal our homes are. Our food history is like that as well. While we share a corporate food history with so many others within our individual cultures, family traditions and recipes are special and unique to our own small groups within that. Being able to share our own traditions, and allow them to become a part of other family groups, is a part of what makes us and our cultures so very special.

We had some wonderful recipes last week. I’m constantly inspired by the variety and quality of recipes that are shared with Hearth and Soul. A few that really caught my eye were:

Grain Free Coconut Cupcakes from A Mom on a Mission
Vegetable Enchiladas from Greenderella
Blueberry Iced Tea from Domestically Divine Divas and
Whole Wheat Orange Cake from Mo’Betta

Please, join us. This is the place to share your treasured family recipes, traditions and family favourites, the food of comfort, and the food of joy. To read our full mission statement and the rules for linking please click here. Please remember that it is very important you link to your specific blog post and not just your blog, and please be courteous and link back to the hop on one of the host sites. You can use the badge below, by copying and pasting the HTML code into your post, or you can simply use a text link. However, you must link back to at least one host in some way or other.

Thank you from all of us on The Hearth and Soul Blog Hop Team!

This linky list is now closed.


  1. What a wonderful idea. I am not sure what to enter but will do so. All the food looks great. Your newest follower.

  2. Hi Nina! Nice to 'meet' you! Hope you will join in with the hop :) Any comforting, wholesome, homemade recipe will work for linking...there's more info in the 'rules' for the hop. There's a link in the third paragraph above. Thank you so much for following! I'm following back.

    By the way, you can also find me at http://www.21stcenturyhousewife.com


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