Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Country Fair Blog Party: March 2016

Even with the extra day in February I can't believe today is March 1st!  Each month, I get together with my Country Fair Blog Party co-hosts to provide a fun Blog Hop where you as a blogger, can have your blog reach a new audience and where you as a reader, can discover some new blogs!  Before I share how you can link-up and check out all the posts, check out the Blue Ribbon Winners from the February Country Fair Blog Party:

Country Fair Blog Party Blue Ribbon Winner: Best of Long Island and Central Florida's Engagement Chicken
I talk about this every month, and I guess this month isn't going to be any different...  I love all the great recipes linked-up on this Blog Hop and Best of Long Island and Central Florida's Engagement Chicken is no exception and is one of my Blue Ribbon Winners for February.  I mean, can you really not want to try this recipe after looking at that photo?!  Besides this whole chicken recipe looking delicious, it also uses simple ingredients that are pantry staples in my house.  That's a win-win for me!

Country Fair Blog Party Blue Ribbon Winner: The Gingered Whisk's The Only Party Snacks You Need
This month I couldn't stop with just one recipe as a Blue Ribbon Winner, I had to include a collection of recipes too!  I loved The Gingered Whisk's The Only Party Snacks You Need recipe roundup.  This was a great post to have pinned during February for the Super Bowl and will be a great post to keep bookmarked for upcoming March Madness.  You'll have to check out this collection of dips and hot appetizers!

Country Fair Blog Party Blue Ribbon Winner: Green Grass Girl's Confessions of a Rookie Farm Wife
The last Blue Ribbon Winner for February is Green Grass Girl's Confessions of a Rookie Farm Wife.  I am an 8 year veteran Farm Wife, but I still had to smile at Rachel's thoughts from newly living on a farm and being married to a farmer.  Her fun post shares about all aspects of the farm life.

Join the Country Fair Blog Party by linking up to 3 of your favorite food, family, farming, crafts, canning, etc. posts!
I can't wait to see what great posts get linked up to this month's Country Fair Blog Party.  Country Fairs are all about food, family, friends, farming, animals, arts and crafts, canning, baking and more.  And that is what our our blog hop is all about too.  Feel free to join our Country Fair by linking up to 3 of your posts.  This blog hop is a great opportunity to check out new blogs, and if you blog yourself, have your posts reach a new audience.  Be sure to visit some other party goers and let them know you are stopping by through the Country Fair Blog Party.

Country Fair Blog Party Co-Hosts
Also, be sure to visit my fellow co-hosts:
Jan of Tip Garden
Laurie of Country LINKed and
Nicole of Tales of a Kansas Farm Mom

We're excited to see everything you share this month!  What is your favorite link from this month's Country Fair Blog Party?  Whichever post is mentioned the most in the comments will receive my "Readers's Choice" Blue Ribbon next month.  Remember to Comments for a Cause!


  1. Thanks for hosting again this month!!

  2. Val, I'm honored! Thanks so much! So glad you enjoyed my post, and I'm looking forward to linking up with you ladies again! :)

  3. Thanks so much for hosting! It is always hard to pick what to share from the past month, but fun to see what everyone else has been up to.

  4. Thank you SO very much for the feature!!! I am thrilled to be featured.

    See you next month!


  5. I made this chicken recipe for our dinner tonight. So so good! Thanks for this great recipe. I am trying to be creative with chicken dishes and love recipes like this.

    1. That's awesome to here! I've made it before too and though it was delicious!

  6. It looks very appetizing and I think that the meat that you eat should be of high quality, especially if someone else from your family eats besides you. My friend advised me to call the BackYardChickens phone number to ask them about the quality of their chicken. I contacted their consultant and he told me in what conditions the animals are kept and was willing to show all supporting sanitary documents.