Inheritance Recipes : Cool Recipes - August Challenge -


Welcome to the first Inheritance Recipes Challenge
Inheritance Recipes is a challenge celebrating dishes that food bloggers cherish. Recipes which have been passed down by a family member, a friend, through an ancestral culture and dishes which you would like to bestow to future generations.

August theme is Cool Recipes. We would love to see your summer recipes. Cool recipes, easy to prepare or/and don't need cooking.

Choose recipe(s) you've inherited from friends or family or one you would love to pass down to the next generation. To say thank you for entering we have a prize for you.

Janice as in farmersgirl.blogspot.com and long standing food-blogger will be our friendly judge.  The lucky winner will be sent a Cake Pans Set  by Lakeland our prize provider this month  -Postage restricted to UK only-
 
About Lakeland
Lakeland is a household name. a chain of kitchenware stores and online which celebrated their 50th anniversary, last year.  It is still based where it was founded in Windermere in the Lake District and has not lost its family business approach. Personally, I love Lakeland products, for me the brand name is a sign of quality moreover the people working at Lakeland are genuine and highly professional so it was a delight when they agreed to be  our first challenge's prize provider.

About Layer cakes
  are show stoppers, mille-feuille, sandwich cakes and black forest gateaux often make as layer cakes. Did you know that the first layered cake was recorded in 1872, of course we don't expect your recipes to date back to the 19th century.
 
HOW TO ENTER?
  Please, Link your recipe back to Pebble Soup and Coffee 'n Vanilla - Grab one of the  pretty Inheritance Recipes badges, display it on your post, 



Up to two recipe links accepted per blogger, so long as each one fits the month’s theme. Feel free to link up to past posts but please add the links to our websites and the Inheritance Recipes badge too.

If we are using the linky
Add your recipe via the linky provided on the host page
          if not
Send your recipe URL to the host email address (in August pebblesoup at gmail dot com) including your own email address, the name of you recipe and the blog-post link. Closing date is the 24th of each month

If you feel like sharing via Twitter to promote your recipe, please add @solangeweb  and @coffeenvanilla #InheritanceRecipes and we will retweet. 
 
 

The winner will be announced at the end of the month via Twitter and on the host post. Entries from bloggers all around the world are accepted but  but unfortunately the prize can only be shipped to a UK address.
 
And if you have not done so yet, have a look at terms and conditions here
 
We can't wait to see your Inheritance Recipes.
 
Reminder The theme for the first Inheritance Recipe challenge is Cool Recipes, deadline 24th August, we would love to see your summer recipes and recipes which are easy to prepare.
Link and have fun




 


11 comments:

Janice Pattie said...

Delighted to be your first judge, looking forward to seeing the recipes coming in.

Pebble Soup said...

Very happy to have you. Thank you for your help. S/x

Margot @ Coffee & Vanilla said...

I just used my two recipes allowance for this month, my favouite Polish Summer recipes :)

Pebble Soup said...

No more this month for you then who is next?

Choclette Blogger said...

Love the idea of this challenge. Will do my best to enter. Shakshouka takes me straight back to Egypt and it's one of the dishes I make a lot - definitely not with sausages though. Love all those Moroccan plates.

Pebble Soup said...

Hi, We look forward to your cool old or new recipe(s). My grand-dad use to serve the Shakshouka cold as a salad. It's a very versatile dish.

pebble soup said...

Thank you Little Sunny Kitchen for your recipe. So very handy.

Shaheen said...

Love the sound of this new challenge, have loads of recipes from my mother mostly and some from friends, will have to think hard for a cool and easy one for the first challenge.

Jane Sarchet said...

Hope my entry is OK, it's a recipe I found in an old cookbook that must have been torn out of a newspaper years ago.
Janie x

Janice Pattie said...

I've added a recipe for Gooseberry Jam from an old Marguerite Patten book. Of course, it won't be included in the judging as I am the judge!

Pebble Soup said...

Thank you very much. I might just try this one as at Pebble Soup we have run out of jam. Happy Judging

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