Fundraiser Naperville Cares

Fundraiser Naperville Cares

11th Annual Cuisine For A Cause Benefiting Naperville Cares

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Giveaway!

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I’ve had the opportunity of meeting and interviewing some wonderful bloggers and reviewers, and today, I’m happy to share with you a few awesome Giveaways!!

From UpliftingFamilies.com:

“Come check out some of these awesome giveaways on my blog:
The Ultimate Baby Shower (over $1500 in prizes), Visa Gift Card (1 winner gets $300, 2 winner gets $150, and 3 winner gets $50), Xbox One or Playstation 4 (erv $500), $25 Amazon Gift Card, Spring into Cash (2 winners will get $250 Visa gift card), $25 Gift Certificate to The Crafty Bow-tique (custom made hairbows), and $25 Burpee Gift Card. Hurry some of these offers end soon and you don’t want to miss an opportunity to win some great prizes and cash.”

http://upliftingfamilies.com/category/blogs-from-mom/giveaways/

Stay tuned; I’ve got a fun interview with Christy of Uplifting Families coming in the next few weeks!

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Celebrating Irish Blogs and Bloggers on Saint Patrick’s Day

Happy St Pats Day !!!

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Lá Fhéile Pádraig Shona Duit! And, if you don’t speak Irish, Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! March 17th is a public holiday in Ireland, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Montserrat that commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. Today, we’re showcasing Irish blogs and bloggers as a way to join in the fun.

No celebration is complete without food

If we’re celebrating, we’ve got to have good food. Foodies will enjoy One Man’s Meat, where Irish blogger Conor Bofin shares his carefully photographed recipes, well-seasoned with humor. We especially enjoyed his recipe for an English classic, toad in the hole, and this amazing hot smoked duck with orange marmalade.

Hot Smoked Duck with Orange Marmalade, by Conor Bofin. Hot Smoked Duck with Orange Marmalade, by Conor Bofin.

Ireland in photos

Kildare-based photographer Edward Mooney showcases his work over at EdMooneyPhotography. His photo essay on Donadea Castle captures the beautiful ruins in black and white.

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