So what do you think of the new design?? I am so happy that it finally is launched and is live on Seduction in the kitchen! A lot of work went into the redesign and I like to thank the team at Web Fortuners for this great redesign.
I always say change is good, so yes me doing a redesign is a change and it is good. Plus, I like change. I like to keep upping myself both in blogging, photography, cooking and in my own life. I don’t want to stay stagnant in and stuck in the same pattern, I like keeping life fresh. It doesn’t have to be anything real dramatic to keep life fresh. Sometimes it is just little things that will do the trick.
For example, changing your hair color. That’s a way to make a change, keep it fresh and your also evolving too. Why? Because you made a change to the ordinary. Another example is maybe reading a book. Maybe you like romance novels, but you decide to change it up and decide to read a biography of Walt Disney. It is a change from your normal, your keeping life fresh by one small simple change.
Change doesn’t have to be scary. Change can be simple and without a heart attack because you’re doing something different. I know many people hate change, so stick to small things to keep it fresh, you may surprise yourself how even the tiniest little change can make a big difference to you.
The only change I admit I am stubborn about is how I write Seduction in the Kitchen. I could write a bunch posts, schedule them and have self-publish like almost every food blogger out there does. It does make blogging so much easier. I could post every day a recipe with this method, but I choose not to. I like writing my posts in real time and using it to show how food and life intertwine. It is what sets me apart from other food blogs. It is my aesthetic so to say. Sorry, I’m a fan of Project Runway and the designers on that show, every season says this: it is their aesthetic.
When you’re a small food blog like me in a huge ocean of food blogs you got to do what makes you stand out. This is mine, so yeah I can be stubborn to change in that respect. I’m my defense, I tried doing 5-6 days of recipes in a row. To me, the posts lacked character. I just didn’t like doing it that way too, but I did give a shot.
I love salads, and I also love coleslaw, sometimes you want to change it up and keep it fresh. One the change ups to a coleslaw salad I love is a Chinese coleslaw or it is also known as Ramen Noodle Salad. I won’t lie I can eat the whole bowl of this salad. I like it better the next day personally, the flavors in it really has blended together and just one of those foods that taste better the longer it sits. So the next day it is so superb. So if you’re looking for something different and fresh to take to a picnic for the holiday, this could be it!
- 1 ounce bag coleslaw mix 8
- 1 carrot sliced
- 2 green onions sliced
- 1 package Oriental Flavor ramen noodles raw & crushed
- 1 cup ⁄2 dry roasted peanuts
- 1 cup ⁄2 oil
- 1 cup ⁄4 cider vinegar
- 1 cup ⁄4 sugar
- Mix together the coleslaw mix, ,green onion, carrot, crushed noodles and peanuts.
- In a small bowl, mix the Ramen Noodle seasoning,oil, vinegar and sugar together.
- Pour the dressing over the coleslaw mix and toss everything together.
- Refrigerate at least 2 hours, then serve it up and ENJOY!