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Friendly Friday!!

Last week, I discovered lots of great blogs and found lots of wonderful new friends by joining Friendly Friday hosted by Xenia at  Thanks, Mail Carrier, Christi at Frugal Novice and Charla at Healthy Home Blog.  They are all incredibly talented ladies with awesome blogs. Make sure you check them all out!  A HUGE THANKS to them for hosting such a fun link party!! 
This week is really fun for me because I am featured...WOW!! I feel very honored and I am blushing a bit for the great write up!! THANKS it means alot to me.  Go check it out and join the Friendly Friday party!! It is tons of fun!!
Happy Friendly Friday!!


  1. Hi, I'm following From FF great blog! Please follow back.

  2. Following your blog on GFC - Looks yummy!
    Deals and reviews from a stay-at-home mother of 1

  3. Hi, following you through Friendly Friday, please follow mine too. Have a great weekend! x Lois x

  4. I'm already following you thanks to Friendly Friday! Congrats for the feature!

  5. Saying HEY from Friendly Follow.
    Of course we follow you through GFF, please make sure to stop in and do the same for us :)

  6. Nice to meet you! Coming over from Friendly Friday... hope you have a wonderful weekend.

  7. Stopping by from Friendly Friday. So glad I found your blog and can be your newest follower. I too enjoy cooking and have posted a couple of recipies. I hope to post more and maybe try some of yours. Have a good weekend.

  8. This looks like a great blog... I so need help in making good, homemade meals. I try to post about a few recipes on my blog on Fridays...but overall, this is NOT my strong point! I really look forward to keeping up w/ your blog! I'm a new follower from Friendly Friday. :) You can come visit me at
    And, I plan to add your blog to my blog list... or do you have a button? Thanks!

  9. Yay! I'm so glad you have had fun with us so far and that you were able to be featured, your blog is really great! :)

  10. Hi! Your recipes look delicious! I'm visiting from Friendly Friday. I signed up to follow you.

    Paula@One Mom's Corner of the World

  11. I am following you from Friendly Friday Follow! :) - Love your recipes.. Chicken Cordon Bleu Pizza sounds awesome!

  12. Hello Tiffanee! They call me the cookie monster so I'm so glad I found your blog. I'm here from the Friendly Friday blog hop and your newest follower.

    Hope you'll come visit my blog and follow me too? Now let me go check out the super quick bread sticks...just to see 'cause it's too hot to turn that stove on. Smiles.


  13. I am a new follower from Friendly Friday...those garlic popovers look so yummmy!!!! Christine from Cute Stuff

  14. Stopping by from Friendly Friday! Congrats on being featured! I'm your newest follower! =)

  15. Yum! I have already seen several things I need to try. Thanks. Following with Friendly Friday.

  16. Thanks for visiting my site and following me! I am now your newest follower and I can't wait to try some of your ymmy recipes!!


  17. Tiffanee, you have a really nice blog! :) Glad we could feature you on Friendly Friday! ~ Charla


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