Announcing the “Best of year 2009” Event!

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I really don’t know how I forgot but at this time every year I always keep thinking back on how the days, months rolled away so quick. Since blogging I have been recording what I have been doing in blogging. The many new things I learnt and the many new friends I have made.

The past two years have been great. Though I am not yet close to publishing my book, I am happy that my eBook is published and received well. I am just waiting for the day I write about my printed book.

Since I hosted the Best of 2008 last year, I remembered I haven’t done anything like that this year. Ok another reason to pause and think about how this wonderful year has been and being thankful for whatever has come our way.

If you are interested to take such a time to pause and think back, I would welcome you to share it with me.

It can also be whatever else you want to share with me and your readers.

I am just giving few items for you to get started. It can be these or whatever you want to share:

1. Top 5 or 10 recipes of the year
2. Best dish of the month
3. Best recipe prepared from other blogs
4. Best Meal of the year
5 New things discovered in the year (can include anything related to cooking)
6. Best post or picture for each month or year
7. New blogs discovered
8. Cooking resolutions for the Year 2009!

Lets celebrate the new year with a recap of what we did during 2009!

I have pretty much mentioned what I did last year.

Guidelines for the event.
1. Write your post by 31st December 2009. Feel free to use logo.
2. In your post, include a link to this announcement.
3. Mail me your details to cooking4allseasons@gmail.com with the subject line “Best of 2009”.
I hope you will enjoy doing this recap.
Hoping to read the many wonderful things that happened around!

Times like this I tend to become sloppy and very sentimental, so you can read about the 2007 and 2008 here.

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20 comments

  1. This is awesome, Srivalli!

    On of my highlights this year really is helping you with your e-book. You are a talented person and I am happy to know you and be inspired by you in my kitchen and in my life!!

    Keep it up!

    On the other hand, my cooking resolution for next year is looking forward to giving Indian cooking classes in my town!

  2. I hv been a visitor to ur blog from some time bk .. first time delurking πŸ˜›

    Happening blog and gr8 idea Srivalli πŸ™‚ I hv to gear up and attend to my food blog too πŸ™‚ Hv left it orphaned for quite sometime nw!

    Thanks for ur comment on my blog πŸ™‚

  3. Hey congrats on the ebook and lotz of gud luck for the printed one πŸ™‚

    God bless u!

    Cn u leave a link for the ebook here pls?

  4. Wow, has it already been an year??? time flies.. isn't it.. I added the event to the events and roundup blog. I will send my recap soon.

    Happy holidays Valli.

    Siri

  5. This is lovely event, you know me!!, well I would not be able to participate, but I am here to wish you and your family a very lovely happy new year ahead, and let the God! bless you with whatever you wish for, I would wish to write this that I discovered a very good friend who is ready to help me when ever I drop a mail to her and that sweet lovely person is you! thank you

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