You hear that?
That’s the sound of growing pains. Only, the good kind of pain I guess 😉 We have another new co-host joining us this week on our #stoptheyuck so I hope you all will make her feel welcome! I love that there are so many wonderful foodies out there and appreciate each and EVERY one of you who link up and share the yummy stuff.
For the month of August, foodies are gathering together to celebrate Julia Child. Her birthday is August 15. Sadly, she also passed away this month in 2004. I started celebrating her life on the 1st, with a collection of 12 recipes. I would love for you to hop over and check it out.
So, I am going to be honest. Last week I went right towards the Simply Smokin’ Salmon Burger by Robyn at Simply Fresh Dinners. I am not going to pick her as my feature this week because I don’t want y’all to think I am completely biased. But I have to be honest. I just adore her and her recipes. She creates just the type of recipes I have to eat right now. So, I would really love it if you guys could all head over there and show her some love. It would really warm my heart. Plus, it makes her blush. 😉
This week’s Most Clicked was:
Fresh Garden Salsa from I Heart Food
The MOST CLICKED is always my featured picture which runs on my home page!
EVERY post in the party gets pinned to The Yuck Stops Here Pinterest Board! Follow Cheryl King’s board The Yuck STOPS Here! on Pinterest.
Swing by sometime to check it out! ALL Features get Shared, Stumbled, Tweeted & Otherwise LOVED by your hosts and posted to The Yuck Stops Here Featured Pinterest Board! Don’t forget to link back if you want to be featured! Follow Cheryl King’s board Features from The Yuck Stops Here on Pinterest. Feel free to share the party with your friends and followers on social media using #stoptheyuck. And VISIT, VISIT, VISIT! By linking up you are giving all hosts permission to use your pictures and link on social media, for roundups, as features, etc. Let’s get to the important stuff!
(If you’d rather just post a link on your post here’s some info on how to do that)
We have another BRAND NEW Host this week! Please welcome Shirley from Intelligent Domestications to the party by following her on at least ONE of her social media platoforms!
Follow Cheryl from Hot Momma’s Kitchen Chaos:
Follow Chrystal from Yum Eating:
Follow Kim from Feed Me, Seymour
Follow Shirley from Intelligent Domestications
This week’s Features:
I have to say I am extremely excite to see Nicole over at I Heart Food featured this week. She’s rebranded herself and switched blog domains and names. She’s been frantically working to move her posts from one site to the other. I can tell you personally, that is not fun. I like to consider her one of my online ‘besties’ in the blogging world. We bug each other quite often. We’re like officemates, only across the states from each other. So, continue giving her your love! As for my personal favorite from last week, I pick Winnie. I have been following Winnie’s blog for some time now over at Winnish. She makes the most delectable desserts. When you visit, make sure you click ‘yes’ for Google translate. 😉 So, I give you guys these amazing No Bake Frozen Strawberry Chocolate Tarts – Gluten Free.
CONGRATULATIONS to you ALL!
If you were featured, grab an “I’ve Been Featured” button to show everyone how awesome you are! And remember, each co-host chooses her favorites, so click over to Cheryl at Hot Momma’s Kitchen Chaos , Kim at Feed Me, Seymour and Shirley at Intelligent Domesticationsto check out their favorites for this week!
Woot! I’ll wear my featured bag with honor!
Kat@Home. Made. interest says
Thanks for hosting ladies! Looking forward to some delicious inspiration this week!
Thank you so much for featuring my No Bake Frozen Strawberry Chocolate Tart
Have a good day and thank you for another party
That strawberry chocolate tart looks AHmazing! So good! And the salsa looks great too. I’m a sucker for a good salsa.
Robin (Masshole Mommy) says
There is nothing like fresh homemade salsa. The only downside for me is that it gives me some wicked heartburn. I just have to remember to take a Pepcid beforehand and I am good to eat the whole bowl of it.
Betsy Mitchell says
That fresh garden salsa looks delicious! Nothing beats homemade goodies!
Barb @ A Life in Balance says
Thanks for hosting! I just found your party on G+.
Liz Mays says
I see several link-ups that are worth a visit. I can’t wait to see them all up close! Your salsa looks fantastic, by the way.
Bloggers supporting other bloggers! I love how we all work together!
Lindsey @ Redhead Baby Mama says
That fresh garden salsa looks perfect for all these extra tomatoes I have growing!
I joined in this week! So fun to hop around and see the other recipes!
Debbie Denny says
Always so many great ones in the link. Tasty part of my week.
Jessica (Savory Experiments) says
I adore Julia as well. I love that you are celebrating her life. I knew she passed, but not when.
Those gluten free tarts look delicious. I bet my daughter will love them! Checking out that garden salsa as well, we have an abundance of tomatoes.
I can see why that salsa was most clicked! It’s so refreshing!
Janell Poulette says
Wow there are so many great posts. I will have to come back to jot down a few recipes!
April @ Everyday Fitness and Nutrition says
There’s some great stuff linked up here! I’ll have to spend some time checking it all out!
Debbie L. says
Thanks for hosting this great linky – so many delicious looking recipes!
Virginia @thatbaldchick says
Oh, that No Bake Frozen Strawberry Chocolate Tart looks Ah-Maz-Ing! Going to stalk Winnie’s site now.
Danielle @ We Have It All says
Oh everything look so so good! I’d love to try that garden salsa and so many other things on the list!
We went through two batches of fresh garden salsa this week in our home. I call it pico because it is so chunky that it really isn’t much sauce. We love it.
Carly Anderson says
Julia Child was such a great person and cook. I love that you are honoring her this month!
Tirralan@Tinseltown Mom says
You have so many great recipes to chose from. I’m bookmarking and coming back!
I absolutely love homemade salsa. Needless to say I was excited to see that recipe on the blog today!
Janel (A Mom's Take) says
I always enjoy this weekly link up. I can find so many great things to make for my family. Thanks for sharing. Everything looks so delicious.
Pure Grace Farms says
Thank you for the party. I appreciate the opportunity to share and meet new friends too!
Amy Desrosiers says
Julia Child was such a pioneer in the cooking world! I love the impression she made!
I lvoe a few salsa, so versatile! Thanks for a another yummy link up!
That fresh garden salsa looks amazing! I will have to make it and pick up some tortilla chips at the store!
So many great blogs and recipes!! Thanks for this! I needed some new ideas for meals and desserts
I do love a fresh garden salsa and that picture up there makes me hungry for some. It goes with so many things too!! Yummy way to use summer veggies. 🙂
I can see why that fresh garden salsa was the most clicked. It looks so yummy! I will have to try that
I had no idea that August 15 was julia child’s birthday! I’m going to have to eat a truly decadent meal in her honor!
Elizabeth @ Food Ramblings says
Looking forward to checking all the link-ups! Seem like a great party 🙂
Fresh salsa is the best. Thanks for hosting!
I need to try that fresh garden salsa. That looks so fresh and amazing!
Carly from The Puzzled Palate says
I love this party! I have not had a ton of recipes to share recently, but I love checking out all of the ones that get posted!
Robyn @ simply fresh dinners says
I’m just back from a much needed break and wanted to say thank you for your lovely words. I have no idea how I’m ever going to live up to your kind comments and expectations!! lol. Oh, the pressure!
Your thoughtfulness truly makes my day – you’re a doll!
Have a great day. 🙂
You just keep on making healthy foods for us and the rest will fall in to place 🙂
Robyn @ simply fresh dinners says
PS…Congratulations on your growing blog party!! So many wonderful contributors and new hosts, too! Great job!
Thank you Robyn!!!!