Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Get your recipes published and seen worldwide!

Just like this one sent in by Ted Daniel in Washington, DC., your Nibbly-Bits recipe can be seen on the iPad, the iPhone, Twitter, Facebook, Nibbly-Bits.com, in 15 countries and on every continent! Send one in today!

Stressed spelled backwards is desserts.

Salmon chanted evening.

Apples? Really? I never knew!

The saying "As American as apple pie" is referred to as the symbol of America. The word "apple" comes from the Old English word "aeppel." there are approximately 10,000 different kinds of varieties of apples grown in the world with more than 7,000 of these varieties grown in the United States. Apples are a member of the rose family of plants and the blossoms are much like wild-rose blossoms.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Hello to my friend, follower from France!

This week's iPad post is up!

This week's iPad post went live just minutes ago! So check Nibbly-Bits on your iPad for this and loads of other recipes sent in from all over the world! And don't forget! Nibbly-Bits comes to your iPhone this month!

Friday, September 3, 2010

Thursday, September 2, 2010

It's a squid, Captain Nemo!

It's Drunken Pirate Kabobs tonight!

Get your recipe published!

Hey we're gettin' recipes from all over the world from Birmingham to Bali!
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Labor Day Lemonade Cocktails!

Hey! We're stirrin' up a terrific new recipe for a series of lemonade inspired cocktails just in time for labor day! C'mon! Check in tomorrow!


Hey look! This fun recipe was sent to me by "Mertz", all the way from sunny California! Got a recipe idea you'de like to see come to life? You'll get full credit here AND on the iPad and iPhone! C-mon! What're you waitin' for? 
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"After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one's own relatives."