Apr 042011

I have never written a guest post before. When Karen from  asked me a couple of weeks ago if I would write a post about Serbian food for her blog , I was giddy. We have met before at one of the meetups and talked about going together to the 99 Ranch Market.

She came over on a Saturday, and we spent a lovely afternoon talking, cooking, eating, and getting to know one another. Karen took all the photos and washed all the dishes, and I felt very spoiled! Stuffed peppers never looked better to me. Share my excitement and head on over to Karen and Valerie’s beautifully written and highly informative blog featuring some of the most delectable dishes of the world brought to life in amazing photographs. In cooperation with Karen, I present you with Serbian Stuffed Peppers. Thanks, Karen, for the opportunity to cook with you! I had a great time.

For the photos of the peppers you have to visit Globetrotter Diaries. But I have some amazing red flowers blooming on the patio, posing shamelessly, waiting for the camera to make them immortal in their waning beauty.

13 Responses to “Globespotter”

  1. Mary says:

    Your recipe and pictures are wonderful. This is my first visit to your site and I’ve taken some time to browse through your earlier entries. I’m so glad I did that. I really like the food and recipes you share with your readers. I’ll definitely be back. I hope you have a great evening. Blessings…Mary

  2. There’s only one thing that compares with your gorgeous red peppers and that is your beautiful red hibiscus. I see you are very well red.
    Lentil Breakdown recently posted..My ComLuv Profile

  3. Orly @yumivore says:

    The photos of the flowers are poetically beautiful, and the images of the stuffed peppers are mouthwatering. Stuffed peppers are often made in Israeli homes, so too is Turkish coffee enjoyed with company. It would have been lovely to join you and Karen for both!

  4. Orly @yumivore says:

    My carefully crafted comments seem to have been eaten by a mysterious auto-delete monster – alas another attempt- the flowers Lana are poetically beautiful as are your shots of the mouthwatering peppers. Wonderful you and Karen had such a fabulous time together!

  5. Lynne says:

    Just read your wonderful well written post on Globespotter Diaries! Exquisite peppers and how nice to cook with someone. Your flowers are lovely.

  6. Lynne says:

    Oops! I see it is Globetrotter Diaries! Sorry about that mistake, but I’m not sorry I found your lovely blog.

  7. says:

    so glad you guys met and had lunch, very cool! i’m on way over to the other blog to check out your stuffed peppers!

  8. I just came from Karen’s blog and i love the idea of you guys cooking together and learning from each other. If I had known I would have driven to your place and “invited” myself in haha.. but Im excited to do my Serbian cooking assignment. Btw, when are we going to post it? Lemme know so I could buy my peppers.


  9. Thank you Lana, you were a wonderful host– I’m looking forward to our next cook out session or long-awaited trip to 99 Ranch!
    Karen from Globetrotter Diaries recently posted..My ComLuv Profile

  10. sippitysup says:

    I guess I’ll trot right over to Globetrotters! GREG

  11. Loved your guest post- and definitely appreciated how the colors of the peppers matched the colorso of your flowers! Both the peppers and the flowers are such a welcome sign of spring! :)

  12. Betsy says:

    What a lovely post! And how nice for you to meet a fellow blogger face-to-face and cook together! Your stuffed peppers look delicious.
    Betsy recently posted..Bedroom SaladMy ComLuv Profile

  13. Saw the peppers; they’re gorgeous! What a great idea, it sounds like you guys had a blast.

Leave a Reply

© 2010 Svetlana Watkins Suffusion WordPress theme by Sayontan Sinha
Blog WebMastered by All in One Webmaster.