'Round the WWW {Take One}

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

I've said it once, I've said it thrice, I'll say it always: the people are the best part of blogging.  The community is filled with creative and inspiring individuals with a passion for beautiful, tasty and authentic things. This week, the recipes, reviews and recaps were all so on point. What stood out to you this week? Anything I should be reading or running to?

Mary Ellen's PDX Food Aventures highlights some of my favorite restaurants.

Rebekah roasted grapefruits for cocktails.

Michelle made Salted Honey Pie! She is my hero!

Kell's has a new Irish chef!!

Rachel reviewed Portland Restaurant, Natural Selection, and now I must check it out!

Next week is Oyster week aka my love language week.

Erin is making me want to run to Cafe Castagna!

Dumpling Week is happening and Pech is doing a fantastic job of checking out all of the spots!


  1. kells has a new chef?! news to me! i work right by it!
    ladies in navy

  2. So many yummy places and recipes to try! Thank you!

  3. Love this type of post!! I loved all the links too! Thanks for sharing. Lots of reading to do. :)

  4. Thanks for the link-up, I'm so honored to be mentioned by someone so fabulous (and with an Instagram that gives me cravings - gnocchi, fried chicken, even tea or frozen yogurt...) and listed in the presence of such other amazing bloggers!

  5. I love dumpling week and am so on board with it; now oyster week is a different story for me ;) Cafe Castagna is always worth a visit and we must remember Kell's the next time we are downtown. Thank you for sharing all the other great posts.

  6. Take a spin through Wonkyworld. It's not your typical blog. :) http://willywonkyquilts.blogspot.com/2015/02/inspired.html

  7. I totally agree! I love learning about portland through bloggers.

  8. Love this post. Also when I saw the Oyster Week, I totally thought of you! :)

  9. Yes! The community of blogging is exactly why I loved blogging in the first place. I love that it's a space where people can connect from everywhere, cheer each other on, and learn from each other.