26 May 2011

50 Followers!

I just wanted to say a quick thank you to all of you for following, I've just hit the first milestone of 50!

I made some amazing garlic bread today so I will be posting the recipe for that soon, I even took some pictures for once! I also have some pizza dough and topping recipes, some killer pasta sauce recipes and even a couple of cake recipes coming up soon so keep following and checking this page.

Also, I tried a new fruit today, it's called a guaba. It was ok, a little bit strange, you just suck/chew off the flesh around the seeds. It's a little bit sweet but didn't have a great deal of flavour. It seems that there's a new fruit in season every week here in Costa Rica.

19 comments:

  1. Gratz on 50! Always have to find new flavors, never know where they will lead ya.

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  2. Congrats on that many followers!

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  3. CONGRATULATIONS :) yummmyyyyy ;)

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  4. In Brazil, this fruit is called "Ingá"

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  5. Congrats! Waiting on those recipes...

    Following and supporting.

    ignoranceistruth.blogspot.com

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  6. you inspired me to try try some exotic fruit to!

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  7. Well done on 50 followers! That's such good news! All these people deserve to know some awesome recipes!

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  8. Congrats on 50 followers! That's some interesting looking fruit as well, at first glance I thought it was a sausage.

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  9. Congrats On The 50 followers milestone

    but that fruit does not look appetizing to me.

    I collect recipes cause you never know when you will need em

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  10. grats. that picture looks quite NOT tasty though :D

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  11. that's cool, I'm happy for you. You have some amazing recipes here :)

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  12. this fruit looks like an ugly banana. :S
    not sure if I would try it.

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  13. Gratz on the followers.
    Those fruits are a weird looking bunch.

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  14. Grats on 50 followers!

    I'm pretty sure we have those fruit trees here! They get reeeeeally tall & bushy, & the pods are around a foot long. They're called ice cream trees here, because the meat of the pods tastes like vanilla ice cream.

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