Foodie Friday: Featuring Be It Ever So Humble

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Welcome back to another Foodie Friday
I would love it if you took a moment to visit my co-host Diane at Simple Living and Eating
If you’re new to Foodie Friday, here’s the run down
1. Link up your recipe or any food related post below
2. Browse the linky, visit some new blogs, and share if you feel so inclined. 
3. Please only link up 3 posts. This lets us visit as many of you as possible. 
This week I am excited to share another semi-regular party goer – Dianna from Be It Ever So Humble.  I remember the first time Dianna commented here on Home Maid Simple, she told me she knew my husband from high school. That was a fun discovery, and I have looked forward to her linking up each week, as her recipes have been consistently practical and yummy.  
Dianna is a homemaker and mother of 2, and holds a BA in English.  Read more about Dianna.   
Last week she shared 3 delicious and versatile recipes. I hope you enjoy!
I have to say, I’m not a fan of sauerkraut myself, but I think it’s wonderful Dianna is learning new ways of preserving food for her family!
This looks interesting, but the ingredients sound absolutely yummy! Especially with an egg on top.
I wish there was a picture to go with this. I have a feeling just looking at it would warm me up on this rainy day. It is soup season, and having a basic soup recipe that you can change up each time you make it is really nice. 
Thank you Dianna for being a part of Foodie Friday for the past 2 years!

5 thoughts on “Foodie Friday: Featuring Be It Ever So Humble

  1. Thanks so much for the spotlight! I really enjoy your blog and always look forward to what you have to say. Thanks for hosting Foodie Friday!

  2. Thanks for hosting! Have a wonderful weekend!
    Thanks again to Diane @ Simple Living and Eating for featuring my "Baked Sliced Garlic Potatoes."

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