BlogRoll: In Praise of Leftovers

By Lia Ferrante
February 8, 2012

Have you ever opened the fridge and become overwhelmed by how much food is leftover in there from last night’s dinner? Well, Sarah Murphy decided to make a quirky, funny and entertaining blog called In Praise of Leftovers.

Murphy opens her heart to her followers through expressing her love for food and her family all in one medium. She was inspired to write this blog after meeting parents with long workdays, parents at home with kids and cooks that just want to get more involved with every day cooking.

Throughout the blog, it has a really friendly tone and shows how much the writer loves life and food. She has a lot of different recipes to look at and try.

On her blog, Murphy talks about diffrent types of foods for different parts of the day. For example, she includes sections for appetizers and snacks, breakfast and breads, cakes, condiments and sauces, custards, puddings, ice cream, dessert sauces, drinks, fish and shellfish, meat and poultry, pasta, veggies, salads and sandwiches, etc.

All of the recipes are easy to follow and look delicious. Murphy gives step-by-step instructions for each recipe. She brings bright colors to each page of her blog and puts up photos of the food she prepares. In addition, she allows her bloggers to read her experiences on how she got the inspiration for her recipes.

Murphy displays the sensation she gets when she tries her recipes for the first time in detailed tones.

Murphy gave her bloggers a good amount of excellent recommendations of restaurants they don’t want to miss.

What I really enjoyed about her blog was how she put up popular recipes from other websites that she found for her followers to try in their own kitchens. This shows that she cares about her bloggers and wants them to get the best recipes for any type of food.

In Praise of Leftovers is a great blog for any food lover.

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