Cook and Share ~ Oven Roasted Chicken and Zucchini Fritters (via Roslyn Street)

Okay so like OMG – I think I have blogger envy if there is such a thing. First things first – this is one of those pay a fee and get the .wordpress out of your url – want that!, and then secondly – like I said OMG! This person’s dashboard moves with the scroll, the page is well put together yet simple, and  IT IS ALL ABOUT FOOD and COOKING which I love to do (oh and eat too). The posts even has “likes” – 67 + me – what a blast! So now I need to figure out how to be “liked”.

Or do I? In teaching that is something us teachers deal with everyday. I try to convince myself that I don’t really care if “they like me”. But my husband will be the first to say – not only does she care, but she even cares if the guy who bags our groceries likes her. Technology is always a crowd pleaser, but I want to make it stick. To use it and get past the WoW factor. I can’t wait to start trying and I also can’t wait to try this recipe for Oven Roasted Chicken and Zucchini Fritters. Are they gluten-free?

Cook and Share ~ Oven Roasted Chicken and Zucchini Fritters Alright, I am not sure if this is legal in the blog world. I am kind of reposting but not really. I did a post about roasting a chicken back in July when I first started blogging. I cook a chicken once a week and I want you to cook one too. Last night we enjoyed or beautiful roast with zucchini fritters, made with homemade ricotta, (my first try) and corn on the cob. So this week’s cook and share challenge is to butter up a roast, salt and pepper … Read More

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