Thank you all for coming to the first Fiesta Friday Blog Party. I hope everybody had a great time, met new friends, caught up with old friends, learned a few things, and so on. As your host, I now have the unenviable task of selecting the posts for this week’s Fiesta Friday Features.
Don’t be sad or mad if you don’t get selected this time. I do give everyone a fair chance. It’s a weekly affair, so you’ll have plenty of chances to be featured in the future.
I’m also in the process of creating a button that you can display on your blog as a Fiesta Friday participant or a Fiesta Friday Feature. It’s a hand-painted image and it’s taking me a little more time than I thought to finish, but I do want to give you a pretty button that you’ll be proud to display. So bear with me, I’m trying my best to get it done quickly.
So, no doubt that’s what I’ll be doing this weekend. But in the meantime, it’s Friday so it’s time to party again! And this will be my contribution:
You may be able to guess what that is. I’ll post the recipe maybe later today or tomorrow. Right now I gotta run and get to work! But enough about me, tell me what you’ll be bringing. Food, drinks, stories, quotes, jokes, music, activities, or even crafts will be appreciated. Inspirations can come from all kinds of sources.
Link-up will be open for 5 days this time (until Wednesday noon). I find that later links don’t get as many views as the earlier links, and I need time to select features. But let me know if this doesn’t work out for you and I’ll make an adjustment.
Clicking the image above will bring you to the party!
If you’re new to Fiesta Friday, please read the Fiesta Friday guidelines on how to join.
Now, onto the features. Drum rolls, please… Our First Fiesta Friday Features are:
Chicken Burrito bowl from Aditi and Nikhil@Confused Bawarchis. Really, does it need an explanation? I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love rice bowls. I once thought about opening a restaurant specializing in rice bowls. And came up with the perfect name for it, “International House of Rice.” After thinking it over, I decided the name was unwise. Unable to come up with an alternative name, I shelved the idea.