Every month I hope that my issue of Country Living arrives on a day that coincides with an eventless evening so I can sit down and dig in. First, I turn right to the Letters section to see the Reader Pet Profile. This month it was Sir William the sheep who’s favorite snack happens to be raw pumpkin. I like mine cooked, but Sir William and I have a lot in common.
After a good laugh, I start the search for rustic, homey decorating ideas, and then on to the recipes. By the time I’m through, the corner of almost every page is neatly folded over.
From there, it’s straight to my laptop where I start searching the Country Living site for all those favorites in the magazine so I can put them on Pinterest. It’s my way of sharing these favorite things with others, and bookmarking them for myself.
I like this magazine…a lot.
Considering how much I look forward to receiving Country Living each month, you can imagine my excitement when I learned that Fake Food Free has been selected as a finalist in the cooking category for the 2012 Country Living Blue Ribbon Blogger Awards!
As a finalist, the blog is also in the running for the Reader’s Choice award, where you, the reader, get to pick your favorite blog. Voting opened August 31st and you can vote every day until September 17.
Click on the link below to vote! There is no account registration, or log in necessary to vote. You can simply click, check your favorite blog (I hope it’s Fake Food Free!), and submit. I appreciate each and every vote you might send my way.
Lori Rice is a freelance writer, recipe developer, food photographer and nutritional scientist. Fake Food Free is a creative outlet that allows her to connect with people from around the world who share a love of travel, food culture and cooking.