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Recipe For Blinis — 36 Comments

  1. People ignore zebra crossings here in Dubai, which is initially a shock as in the UK, as you say, the moment someone steps out the traffic comes to a halt. However, I read that this is going to be enforced soon – a good thing. Just hope the driver behind me realises this as I put on the brakes!!
    Love, love, love blinis and make mine with buckwheat flour.

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    • I am not sure I would trust the driver behind me Sally!

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  2. Thankfully I live out in the boonies and have no issues with traffic or being run down. 🙂 Your blinis look marvelous.
    Krista sharing the blog ♥ Light, Life, and Homemade Spicy Maple Beer MustardMy Profile

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    • Love the term ‘the boonies’. We also used to live in a very quiet place 🙂

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  3. I live in NYC, I don’t think we even need to have a conversation about pedestrian crossing here Tandy LOL. I mean, if you do, let me know lol. Wonderful blinis :).

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    • I only used the traffic lights to cross the road in NYC 🙂

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  4. Fabulous looking blinis, I bet they were delicious! I love blinis and can’t think why I didn’t do any over Christmas….!

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    • Thanks for the compliment Anna 🙂

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  5. These are such fun little bites! I’m such a sucker for smoked salmon.

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    • me too!

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  6. What lovely blinis the colour is so vibrant 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • Thanks Uru 🙂

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  7. You’re very committed making little yeast blinis Tandy. Yes, as a dedicated pedestrian, I have been known to stop mid cross & gesture as the driver so they know that pedestrians have right of way. Some fist shaking may be involved!

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    • I shake my fist, to no avail 🙁

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  8. Your blinis look like delicious little morsels that I want to gobble down, Tandy! Your home sounds delightful, but, like everywhere, there are fools on the roads! Take care my friend.
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    • The fools on the road seem to multiply in December here. Thank you for the compliment Liz 🙂

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  9. Well doesn’t this look lovely and delicious!! Im sure your guests will love these!! I LOVE salmon!! 🙂 YUM!
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    • Thanks for the compliment Cailee. They went down a treat 🙂

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  10. Sounds like a magical place, except for the traffic. Love these blinis!
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    • It is a magical place Cheri 🙂

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  11. Oh, one of my favourites – Tandy – pedestrian crossings can be hit and miss here – cars are supposed to stop if you are on the crossing but it is always wise to be cautious!
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    • I am always cautious, which has helped me in Paris 🙂

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  12. Hi Tandy! Happy New year 🙂 These blinis look delicious, thanks for sharing!
    As for the pedestrian crossings here in Madrid, they’re just fine, but being such a touristic city, there are many crossings controlled with lights.
    Enjoy Sumner time, we are freezing over here! 😉

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    • I am making the most of summer! Some of our crossings are controlled by lights, but on those crossings the pedestrians cross no matter the colour of the light 🙂

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  13. Wow, that is so frustrating for you, and sounds rather dangerous for anyone who uses the crossing. It isn’t really an issue here in Australia, although, I think it is ingrained in us from a young age to think for everyone around us too, don’t just walk out and expect a car to stop. Lovely blinis, thinking I will include these on my birthday party menu. 🙂

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    • I found the drivers in Australia to be far more considerate than the ones here Anna 🙂

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  14. These look so perfect to enjoy along with a glass of whisky 🙂 Beautiful!

    I live in Boston and let’s just say drivers are a little bit crazy. BUT so are pedestrians and it also makes me nuts when they think they can cross the street at any time they please and cars should just stop for them!

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    • I am with you there, that is why pedestrian crossings are so important 🙂

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  15. Your blinis look divine Tandy.
    Have a wonderful weekend ahead.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • Thank you Mandy xox

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  16. It’s crazy how some countries a pedestrian crossing just doesn’t matter. We almost got run over in London because we thought that cars had to stop! Love the look of these blinis Tandy!

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    • I must say I have only crossed the road in London at a traffic light as there are far too many cars on the road there 🙂

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  17. I agree with you about South African drivers. Gah! Can’t stand this entitlement mentality that makes people so unpleasant. I’ve never tried making blinis before so thanks for sharing the recipe. Maybe I will give it a bash when I get my kitchen mojo back. Wishing you all the best for the New Year! 🙂 xx

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    • Hope your mojo comes back soon xox

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  18. Loving those close up shots of your little blinis appetizers. They look so good and I am sure much easier to eat then it is is to gather your groceries. I am very familiar with the nightmare of traffic in Hong Kong and even pedestrian traffic. A nice walk to to gather supplies is much better than all the hassle of driving. The only plus of driving is we would not have to wrestle with our bags and granny bags on the way home. Sharing!!!

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    • Thanks for sharing Bobbi! I used to walk to get my groceries in New York, and then have them delivered 😉

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