Welcome to the Hearth and Soul Hop! we are looking forward to recipes using healthy ingredients, family and comfort food recipes, real, local and sustainable food, organics and gardening but we will now also be asking you to share your posts on family, kids, crafts, homemaking and DIY as well as any posts about healthy living. Encouraging and inspiring posts are welcome too.
We the hosts at Hearth and Soul care very deeply about this blog hop, and make an group effort to be sure that every post is commented on. We also Pin , share and Tweet many of the entries. You don’t find this with every blog hop, and in exchange for our efforts, we respectfully request that you include a link in the actual blog post you are sharing back to one of the hosts, either by worded link or using our badge.By linking to the hop you are giving permission to feature your properly credited posts and photographs here on Zesty South Indian Kitchen as well as on social media.
Here is few recipes from last week’s blog hop.
- Plum chipotle barbecue sauce from Kitchenchopper
- Honey challah from Winnie’s blog
- Baked sole with Beurre noisette from Haida’s Lebanese cuisine
- Habanero pineapple gold jelly from Best of longisland and central florida
On with the hop! It’s easy to join in – just share your link below. There’s no obligation but I’d love it if you would be so kind as to follow on social media or include a link back in your post. Our Hearth and Soul Hop badge code is in the sidebar if you would care to share.
3 link per week, please-Must include a link back to one/any of the host sites (through worded link or badge) in individual posts, pages as we love having links on your page, as well (this benefits all of us). It’s just not fair to those who do take the time and show the grace to link back.-Try to link a post that you think fits into the mission. You don’t have to link up every week,link up when you can.One of the host will be pinning, sharing, and tweeting your post. Please feel free to grab the Hearth and soul blog hop badge, that will help to spread the word
This is Swathi ( Ambujom Saraswathy) from Zesty South Indian Kitchen who loves to explore cuisines from all over the world. Whenever possible I try to to give an Indian touch to several of the world cuisine, and has weakness for freshly baked bread. All the recipes you see here are created by me and approved after taste-test by my family.