Welcome to the latest installment of Reader Love! I have been so enjoying seeing all your photos of my recipes. It never gets old! (Want your photos to be included? If you share them on Instagram and your photos are public, tag @annieseats or use #annieseats. Otherwise, feel free to send them to annieseats at gmail dot com. Thanks!)
My amazingly wonderful friend Tara (smellslikehomeblog) made one of my favorite desserts ever, peanut butter cheesecake brownies, as a gift for her neighbors. I am sure they will love her forever. Also, now I want brownies, but what else is new?
Soft pretzel bites have been making the rounds a lot lately, for the Super Bowl and the Oscars. These beauts came from charlestonfoodbloggers, chelseawagenaar, and aramey1 (clockwise from top left). Yum.
Carojfletch made cilantro jalapeño mahi mahi topped with blood orange salsa and a side of cilantro lime rice and deemed it restaurant worthy. Word.
Blood orange loaf cake has been alllll the rage. Made here by mrsregueiro, moomolly78, funfiveminutesago, megjstudios, and lkshanno (clockwise from top left). Gotta take advantage while they are still in season!
Reader Gerianna shared a pic of her modeling her new Whip It Good t-shirt and it’s just about the cutest thing ever. Love it!
This is Liz. She is an amazingly sweet, kind and generous reader who started out as a frequent commenter and emailer and eventually became a virtual friend. On our recent Chicago visit, we met up for coffee and it was so wonderful to finally get to chat in person! She is as sweet as can be (and her mom is the one who sent the bounty of Meyer lemons – amazing!) She’s also learning to knit and has already got major skills – she just finished up her own herringbone cowl like the one I’m wearing here. Liz, thanks for being such an awesome reader and friend. So very glad to know you!
PS – If you shared a photo that didn’t make it into this post, I’m sorry! There were too many to include them all. Don’t worry though, I love and appreciate every single one, and any that were missed may make it into the next installment of Reader Love.