April which showed so much promise at the beginning ended up being a wet long month. However, the Inheritance Recipes compensated for the grey outside with an abundance of warm and gorgeous colours. A truly beautiful roundup.
It all started with Coffee 'n Vanilla's recipes from her beloved Poland, Krupnik and Polish Cheese Buns.
Then from left to right on the second row, the savoury dishes, to fight the cold Milk, Toast and Honey's mum used to make a Slow Chicken Broth.
Inheritance recipes is also about national celebrations Cooking for Kishore made these interesting Vada (fritters) and send them over.
The next recipe came in miniature form too. We always welcome gluten free recipes this one is from The Gluten Free Alchemist: mini Toads in the Hole
I was next with a scrumptious Moilee
For the Sweet dishes: Only Crumbs Remain, a new blogger to the challenge, gave us her Pikelets, a version of crumpets but much easy to make. See you again soon OCR
Fifteens from Pen to Plate are the ultimate no-bake bars, perfect for the little ones who will pass the recipe on when they grow up, no doubt.
I had a moment of aberration when I made this month collage, sticking a savoury in the midst of sweet dishes. I was to rectify and swap but I told myself it was appropriate for a chicken dish which has no chicken in : City Chicken via the Lawyer's Cookbook
Another national celebration this time from New Zeland with our very own Foodie Quine and her Anzac Biscuits
Thank you whole heartily to each blogger who linked up and we hope to see you in May. Margot is hosting the May Link Up . We got fed up with Inlinkz so, we are trying a new way of linking, take a look and join us.