The Versatile Blogger Award – take three

More blog loving came my way from Paul – Sons of Thunder Patron in the form of the Versatile Blogger Award.

 The Versatile Blogger Award   take threethe conditions for this award are:

  • You must thank the person who awarded you by linking back to their post
  • You have to list 7 interesting things about yourself
  • You have to pass the award on to 15 other new or newly discovered blog – I am way ahead of my 15!

More trivial information about me:

  1. I cut my face quite badly hitting a windscreen and the scars are still visible to me!
  2. I am a dyed by hand red head as
  3. I have never made spring rolls from scratch – even though I have had spring roll wrappers in my freezer for a LONG time
  4. This year I spent a week on a barge on the Midi Canal with Dave
  5. I have eaten Mopani worms, a South African delicacy
  6. I love to grow my own herbs to use fresh every day in my cooking
  7. My dream is to go in a fighter jet off a carrier

Here are a few more people I am awarding this to:

  1. A Scientist in the Kitchen
  2. Jenna’s Everything Blog
  3. Meanderings Through My Cookbook
  4. olivesandartichokes
  5. Soul Kitchen Blog
  6. From The Bookshelf
  7. Not Rachel Ray
  8. Fake Ginger
  9. Mom’s Crazy Cooking
  10. Recipes by The Haggis and The Herring
  11. Chef in Disguise
  12. Cittyhippyfarmgirl
  13. Daily Dose of Fresh
  14. Agrigirl’s Blog
  15. The Purple Calabash

Tandy

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About Tandy

I am passionate about regional, sustainable and seasonal produce. I live in Gordons Bay in a cottage with my husband, our three dogs, a tortoise and a fish. We are busy building a house which is an adventure all in itself. Each year we visit a new place to experience the food of the area.

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  1. Pingback: Daily Diary | Lavender and Lime

    • I have planted a few things from seeds and have learnt to mark where as the gardener keeps digging out the shoots, thinking they are weeds!

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  2. I really appreciate the mention, Tandy – and the offer of the award (my first!) but I decided a while back I would pass on taking part in these even though they sound fun. Life is so full already I barely have the time to blog!
    Thanks though …..
    hopeeternal
    ‘Meanderings through my Cookbook’

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  3. Now, the purple Calabash caught my eye, as hear in south eastern North Carolina…on the South Carolina line.. on the beach, is the ” Calabash” tradition.. of fried baby shrimp… which is sadly a long gone original tradition of Sea Food …yet many implants from up North, and tourist from other parts of the world, still belly up, and gorge on the sweet little plentiful resource, at pseudo-southern sea food restaurants, Piggy-Advertising the traditional name…( not knowing they are actually eating imported frozen Chinese baby shrimp), as the government has outlawed Eastern American Shrimp Boats to even catch the plentiful resource…for over 20 years now…Now, isn’t THAT JUST SPREADING THE WEALTH!!! Sorry… got a little territorial I suppose…
    Bless You
    paul

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    • I love the tit bits of your life you share with me! I love shrimp but not the Indian or Chinese versions of them :)

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