Today is a special Friday as the time has finally arrived, moving day is tomorrow. Yippee! I couldn’t be more excited for my fresh start. So obviously the past few weeks have been busy ones, which has meant my kitchen has been rather neglected, hence the lack of recipe posts recently. It’s been a wash with reviews and bits and bobs really, and for that I apologise, but I didn’t want to abandon the blog all together. We all have times where life is just so hectic that we barely have time to think about dinner, let alone begin the tremendous task of pulling out pots and pans, so this post is dedicated to those of you who, like me, are experiencing life in the fast lane.
I’m not often annoyed, as in really annoyed, but today is an exception. My blog has become subject to spam links from a disgusting website, and it’s mucking up my stats left right and centre. I won’t name ‘said’ website as I don’t want to encourage any more links to the offending page. I just wish these people would bog off! And that’s the edited, slightly politer version of what I wanted to say. I have worked hard at establishing Miss Friday’s Feast and I’ll be dammed if some repulsive website wants to get in the way of it. Has anyone else been experiencing these issues lately? Oh so irritating. Anyway, on with today’s post…
Spaghetti alla Carbonara… with Chicken
breads you get in the supermarket. It’s the simplest thing to create at home, so why buy it? I’m certainly not going to call it a recipe, you’ll see why, but really it’s just to remind you that making it yourself is such a joy, especially when you get some fresh herbs in the mix. No Italian dinner would be complete without it, whether its spaghetti, pizza or grilled fish. So basically, all you need is a nice fresh ciabatta loaf, garlic, some proper butter and extra virgin olive oil and the herb of your choice; flat leaf parsley and basil work a treat.
I was flicking through this months Cosmopolitan magazine and came across an article for the Cosmopolitan Blog Awards. Being a blogger, this obviously caught my beady little eye. So I got to thinking, why would people nominate Miss Friday’s Feast over all of the other food blogs that are so perfectly penned and that showcase exceptional photography?
- Chicken & Cashew Curry
- Thai Chilli Chicken
- Asian Salmon with Peanut & Sesame Noodles
- Minted Lamb Kebabs with Greek Style Salad
- South West Indian Fish Curry