I have failed with many attempts to find the right theme for my blog. All the free ones suck and all the premium ones are popular, meaning I wouldn’t be the only one with that theme. I truly dislike being synonymous with other pages. I want to be unique from all other blogs as I am not like anyone else in particular. I’m random and spontaneous and I want my blog to give off that vibe but my themes never do me justice.
Don't get me wrong, I love collaborating or making friends with new bloggers that have similar interests. BUT I want to stand out in being me and having my own style.
I am going to try out this new theme for now. It doesn’t let me use my chefNia* logo but that’s okay because I don’t really like the logo I made anyway. I’m into graphic design and have been since I was little. I made this logo myself as I did with the one for Sunrise Interpreting Services. I use my own style and give my business some personality, but, with chefNia*, I have failed at doing so time and time again. We will see what will come of my frustrations with picking a theme. Maybe I’ll just create my own theme. (Just relaunched July 2017 with an overall new look and appeal.)
This is such a comfort soul dish, really. Sweet Potato alla Vodka is simple, tasty, and comforting recipe that can easily be made with the Inspiralizer. It makes me so happy thinking of it. I love comfort food because it makes me feel like I’m curled up on the couch in my favorite sock slippers and my favorite nightgown watching my favorite Disney movie with my loved ones, except when I am eating comfort food I’m usually not doing any of that but whatever. This is just me revealed on another level.
Sweet Potato alla Vodka
This is such a comfort soul dish, really. Sweet Potato alla Vodka is simple, tasty, and comforting recipe that can easily be made with the Inspiralizer.
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: 15 mins
Total time: 20 mins
Cut the ends of your potato, peel and discard of scraps. If too large to fit the spiralizer, cut in half. Spiralize. Cut your noodles with a kitchen scissor to make them a nice length.
In a large pan drizzled with olive oil, add your noodles, tomatoes and sauce. Toss a bit with tongs before removing from heat. Serve in two bowls. Top with parm.