Monday, March 29, 2010

Tasty Tuesday goes viral!

Welcome to the very first Tasty Tuesday in which you, the book reviewer get to "cook" up some creativity to go along with your recent book review.  This is a great way to meet fellow bloggers, network and get great recipes too.  I'm always surprised how creative people can be.  Thanks to Enbrethiliel over at ShreddedCheddar for giving me a push to start this and for creating the badge!  Here's how it works:

  • Grab your latest book review (or current read) and come up with a great recipe that has something to do with the characters, setting, items, etc in that book.  For examples, see any of my Tasty Tuesday posts. 

  • You can post your recipe and book on your blog if you want to, or just leave a creative idea in the comments below(you can make the recipe and post a pic too, but not required).  Feel free to grab the above badge and put it on your post(just right click and save the badge).

  • Add yourself to the McLinky.  Please try to visit at least a few other blogs that are listed. 

  • Use the following format to add yourself to the McLinky:  Blog title(Book and author)recipe

    • example- Dearest Dreams(Impossible by Nancy Werlin)Scarborough Chicken 
If you start following someone on Tasty Tuesday, let them know in the comments.  Happy cooking!


  1. yum, i like this idea! *runs off to grab book & think of something yummy* lol :)

  2. I love this idea! Must get thinking!

  3. +JMJ+

    I'm on a short blogging hiatus this week, but I'll definitely participate next week. =)

    Great idea, Christy! I can't wait to visit all the blogs that link up.

  4. It will probably be next week for me too, but I am definitely excited about taking part! :)

  5. Sound good guys! I'll leave the McLinky open for the week and check back on Tuesday for a new one. Happy recipe hunting!

  6. Great idea, will have to come back and check out more creative yummy recipes :-) Found you through the Hop :-)

    You can find me here.


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