Please, guys, let me get something off my chest here…
There, I feel better… I think!
For tonight would be one of those nights… you know the kind when absolutely NOTHING seems to be working.
And when I say nothing, I’m not kidding.
EVERYTHING about this post seems to be going wrong.
I’m trying to upload images, but keep getting this stupid HTTP error… been at it for over an hour, to no avail. Getting a bit furious, I figure alright, forget this, I’ll just take another route and host my images elsewhere this time ’round. Let’s get busy writing that recipe instead.
So I call the plugin, start writing the recipe in the little box, write, write, and write some more. Finish writing the recipe… so far so good.
At least THAT went well and is ready to go!
Somehow, I managed to click OUTSIDE the plugin window, and just like that, poof! without so much as a tiny little warning, the window disappeared, gobbling my entire recipe as it went.
Now I’m just sitting here in total disbelief.
I should just plain give up, shouldn’t I? For this sure would be a tough night in the life of a food blogger who wanted to go to bed early.
But no way, I will not have that! This thing will not win.
I will share this recipe tonight.
You know why?
Because it’s soooooo worthy of being shared, and this poor thing has been sitting in my “upcoming projects” box for way too long. It’s about time I set it free and reveal it to the world in all its magnificent glory!
OK, I might be pushing it a little. But seriously, have you ever seen a kale salad looking so pretty before? I think it’s almost too pretty to eat! Looks like she’s all dressed up and ready to hit the beach, all girly and sexy that she is.
And the good thing is it tastes just as good as it looks.
With all these tropical accents, in the shape of strawberries, mangoes, pineapple and coconut, that one definitely makes for a very appropriate dinner on a warm summer night… or a superb salad to bring to a family picnic at the beach!
I can almost smell the sunscreen lotion and the ocean just looking at it.
Can’t you smell it too?
(and now… to hit the publish button before everything blows up in my face… or the power runs out!)