Smorgasbord Blogger Daily – Thursday March 18th 2021 #Audiobook Annie Chiappetta, #Reblogging Hugh Roberts, #Indiancookery Sowmya’s Spicy Corner


A selection of posts I have enjoyed over the last few days and also today some news from author Annie Chiappetta..

Hey readers, I’m sharing a little bit of creativity today. Take a listen and have your Audible credits ready because the audio book of my short story collection A String of Stories from the Heart to the Future, is almost done, thanks to the awesome narration team Lillian Yves and Vincent Lee Graysen.

The sample is from the lead story, A Temporary Perspective. Enjoy!

Head over to listen to the excerpt from the book and follow links to buy:
Annie Chiappetta with an audio clip

Now for some blogging advice from Hugh Roberts with a step by step guide to reblogging posts and the etiquette required to make this form of sharing effective for the blogger concerned.

Hugh W. Roberts

Today, not only will I take you through a step by step guide on how to reblog a post on WordPress, but I’ll also cover some of the pitfalls of reblogging.

For the purpose of this post, and because I use WordPress, some of this information will only be relevant to WordPress.Com users. 

Head over to follow the step by step guide, including adding categories and tags to increase visibility: How to reblog a post correctly on WordPress effectively 

Now time for another lovely recipe from Sowmya’s Spicy Corner.. Rava Dosa.. Semolina Crepe.. looks delicious.

Rava dosa – a thin, crispy and delectable crepe made from rava/sooji and rice flour. This is an instant dosa and can be made within few minutes. Rava aka sooji or semolina has a distinct taste and gives a crunchy bite to this dosa. This instant rava dosa is made by mixing the rava/sooji, rice flour and maida/all purpose flour with water and yoghurt to make a thin dosa batter. This thin batter is then poured over a hot tawa/griddle, drizzled with oil to get a thin, crispy golden brown crepe. The addition of sautéed onions, ginger, herbs and other seasoning gives an extra crunch and flavour to this dosa. Serve this rava dosa with piping hot sambar or chutney. 

Head over to follow the detailed recipe for this delicious crepe: Rava Dosa – Semolina Crepe from Sowmya’s Spicy Corner 

 

Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to read the posts in full and leave your thoughts.. thanks Sally.