Guest Post at A Pug in the Kitchen

I’m sure more than a few of you who stop by my blog or get email updates on what I’m cooking up also follow Suzanne from A Pug in the Kitchen. If you don’t, you’re missing out on a very special blog from a charming lady & her sidekick Percy. You’ll find a post from me there, for Roasted Cauliflower Steaks with Chermoula Sauce. So there, that’s your “teaser” so click over now to find out more about this enticing recipe, and be sure to take a few minutes to explore Suzanne’s blog while you’re there. 🙂

Roasted Cauliflower Steaks with Chermoula Sauce
Roasted Cauliflower Steaks with Chermoula Sauce

I’ll be sharing this post at Fiesta Friday, hosted this week by Julianna @ Foodie on Board and Zeba @ Food For The Soul, as well as at Throwback Thursday.

To view the links or add your own at Throwback Thursday, click the frog, below!

26 thoughts on “Guest Post at A Pug in the Kitchen”

  1. I’m so mad, I typed up a comment, which takes me awhile and lost it in cyberspace. I was without internet all day, it must still be going in and out… so excuse me if you get it twice. Yay for posting for Suzanne and Percy!! I know exactly what you mean by “waffer thin” (spelling it in the vernacular way…) 😀

        1. Absolutely!! And I was thinking as I was adding the chermoula, this is something Elaine would do, lol, so maybe you’ve rubbed off on me (which is a good thing!) It’s not quite as epic as some of your creations…which reminds me, I haven’t stopped by for awhile. Chance is cutting into my visiting time!

          1. I just love it! I think of you when I use the spice mixes I’ve made from your recipes…we will probably never ever meet in person, but we are connected virtually in our kitchens xx I hope Chance is being good!

                1. Well, I found out Chance is an attention hog – I mean I already knew he is super energetic, but he really just kept on barking every few minutes, like look at me, lol! He picked up on everything right away as far as the teaching, but he’s a bit rambunctious and all the puppies are a bit younger so he has to learn to tone it down a bit – the socialization is going to be really good for him. There’s a 3 1/2 month old great dane (who is very polite by the way) who is just Chance’s size…

                  1. That all sounds very familiar! When I took Bob to training, all the other little puppies sat there obediently, doing what they were told, whilst Bob was all over the place! Just wanted to play with everyone, he was like a whirling dervish on the end of the lead!!!

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