Inheritance Recipes: October 2016

Welcome to the October edition of Inheritance Recipes. The holidays season is well and truly behind us. Time for friends and family to gather around bonfires where, no doubt, recipes will be exchanged.
Wherever in the world, your recipes come from, share them and their stories with Inheritance Recipes because more than ever it's time to spread a positive message when it comes down to diversity.

In the meantime take a look at September gorgeous round up on Margot's blog, Coffee 'n Vanilla.

ABOUT INHERITANCE RECIPES
Inheritance Recipes is a challenge that Margot of Coffee and Vanilla and I have started to celebrate dishes 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.
We will share your recipes via our social media channels and include in the round-up (with pictures) at the end of the month. We will also add your recipes to the Inheritance Recipes Pinterest board (that has 2.3 K followers) and include your blog’s handle in our Inheritance Recipes list on Twitter. Don’t forget to subscribe to them both!

HOW TO ENTER

Please, link back to challenge page on both: Pebble Soup and Coffee and Vanilla blog.

If possible, display one of the IR badges on your recipe post.
Choose any badge on the side, lots of lovely colours this month and 2 size too.
Add your recipe via linky -Up to 2 recipes accepted per blogger.

Feel free to link up to past posts but please, update them with links to the challenge pages to qualify.

Closing date is the 26th October.

Entries from bloggers all around the World are accepted.

Please note that entries that fail to follow “how to enter” instructions won’t be approved.

If you use Twitter to promote your recipe, please use #InheritanceRecipes, tweet it@coffeenvanilla or @solangeweb and we will re-tweet it.

When you have a spare moment do visit other entries which caught your eye, comment on them and give them some social media love.
When you have a spare moment do visit other entries which caught your eye, comment on them and give them some social media love. And last but not least, have a look at the terms and conditions if you haven't yet done so.
We can't wait to see your recipes and read their stories



Spicy Chayote picadillo by Cooking for Kishore

by Coffee and Vanilla
mince and tomato
crumble by
Searching for spice
by Pebble Soup



Chicken fried steak by The Lawyer's Cookbook



4 comments:

Margot said...

I'm ready to enter my bydyn recipe :)

Pebble Soup said...

Oh a new Polish recipe, sound great and I think I can pronounce this one ;)

Corina said...

Thanks so much for reminding me about this linky. I've just linked up my mince and tomato crumble which I actually published last month but it's a recipe from my mum and so fits this theme perfectly!

Pebble Soup said...

Thank you Corina, I can wait to add it to this month's round up

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