Hi blogging world. Is three posts in one day too much? I’ve never done this before. I hope that you don’t find it too redundant. Earlier today I featured 10 blogs that I am connected with in some way. Many of them have become my foodie friends in the last few weeks and I have been very inspired and uplifted by each of them in some way.
However, there are others that were not mentioned. The reason for this is not because they were not at the top of my mind but because I could not identify an actual foodie blog. Many of you know I am still feeling my way around the blogger world and I do not mean to step on any toes.
One of the people who stepped up and helped me was a man named Ron. I refer to him as Chef Ron because this guy has some real skill. In fact, I was thinking about using one of his recipes for my Easter dessert on Sunday. I wanted to feature him earlier today. Honestly, I made a list of people and he was at the top of my list. How do I prove that? Aside from scanning my piece of paper filled with recipe scribbles and favorite bloggers, I have no clue. If you know me in life you know I do not lie and I wear my heart on my sleeve.
Now you should all also know that my friend, Chef Ron, only has a facebook page. I was uncertain how to link this Easter Roundup to him so that he could create an entire meal. This is largely due to my naiveté when it comes to blogging on facebook. I don’t get it. I like looking at the pictures and seeing the recipes, but I find it much easier to have an actual blog that I can distinguish from facebook. I know that may not be an excuse for some of you, but it is the truth.
Today I disappointed one of my favorite foodies by not including him on my foodie picks all because of my naiveté. For that I am truly sorry. If you knew how it hurt me to read that he was disappointed, you all would probably think of me in a different light.
The only way I know how to fix this is to give a special shout to Ron Locke. Please check out his facebook page and and all of his awesome recipes!! He is an amazing chef [and, hopefully we can get him set up with a blog site soon!!]