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  1. I would LOVE to do your laundry. Provided you did mine. FYI my husband is a tradie, and I have three (almost four) sons. So, yeah, would take yours over mine any day, haha.

    I’m sorry, I’m not going to be helpful here with suggestions for topics because I love all the veggie mama stuff. Keep on keeping on lady. X

  2. Just you.. your funnies of being a Mum, love a little cooking inspiration (don’t ask me how many I pin vs how many I actually cook). I am the same with all blogs I like to know the reader, have a poke around glimpes of their pad, get to know the what makes them laugh and even what makes them cry.. It is all about the personality for me x

    • Yeah I think much the same as you – I like useful things but I’m more interested in the person behind it. But as a blogger, that sounds insufferably narcissistic and ridiculous to write!

  3. Hmm, what do I want to see here… hmm, how about more you and hey, when was the last time we saw you with a crochet hook girlie??
    You can help me with um, well, let’s see, I just did my tax (late last night actually) so I’m ok with that. I finally figured out that there is a defrost button on the toaster, so I’m ok with that. Umm, you could help me weed the garden but I don’t think that is possible via the web, oh & speaking of webs, are you any good at getting rid of spiders?

    I like recipes that are tasty, easy & don’t need fancy ingredients! I like recipes using stuff that I can grow in the garden and recipes that freeze well (the food not that actually recipe).

    And nope to the laundry thing. Gross girl. No matter how cool you are, I never want to wash the skid marks outta ya undies!!!! 🙂

  4. I’m one of the 0.001% of people who aren’t here for the recipes. I tolerate all the “Cauliflower and Leek Soup in A Cup” posts because I like your jokes. Yours is the only food blog I read. LOL.

    • It wasn’t a cup, was a vintage soup bowl, FFS!
      And that’s the problem with being a food blog for three years. When you start talking shit, you get the “hey, where’s all the recipes gone?” mixed with “hey what the fuck is with all these recipes?”.

  5. I like you just the way you are. Initially I came for the recipes but then I realised you were a funny fucker who knows a thing or two about stuff I want to know more about. Plus you are raising little people like me so I like that too.And you give good blog advice, that’s nice. Oh, & you listen to music my kid listens to so I know I can ask you about that too.
    I still like the recipes, especially the cake or haloumi ones, but they aren’t the big draw card any more. I think I like you best because you actually seem to care, & like us, your readers. That’s good stuff right there.
    One last thing- you like Waynes World & Roseanne. What’s not to like about that!

  6. I recieved that exact same Kikki.K notebook, with that exact same pen with that exact same quote postcard from Chantelle.I was slightly confused who’s blog I was reading for a second! Hmm, I would like to see more homey stuff… kids, cooking, interior stuff.. if that makes sense? xx

    • haha she picks good presents, huh! And yes, that makes perfect sense. It’s stuff I like reading. AND stuff I like writing, but then if the majority of people are coming for the food, then are they getting disappointed? I HAVE TO KNOW!!!

  7. You make me laugh and quite frankly I don’t give a damn what you write about it how you write. You also like the Amiy Affliction which is huge props in my book.

  8. I first came across your blog when looking for some simple vego meals, but I now still follow because I enjoy your style and the glimpse into your life. I love that you aren’t all fairy floss and sparkles about things (including parenting), your sense of humour is awesome and you come across as very genuine. My sister and I both read your blog and were just talking the other day about how we feel we both “know you” – I don’t know if that is spooky or not! Keep doing what you’re doing. PS I hate doing laundry – the stain-removing, handwashing, into the machine, onto line, then couch for 2 weeks + is all very brain numbing. My personal recommendation is to pay someone else to do it.

    • Ha I really love that! I like getting to know my readers too, so it’s not just a one-way street. But not everyone chats back to me so I’m always at a disadvantage, haha!

      Always at a disadvantage with the laundry too 😉

  9. You know, I totes never came here for the recipes! Though I thought they were a cool bonus ha ha. I came for your fab writing style, your relatability, your cool music tastes, and just to hear the everyday in a funky, funny way. Oh and Wayne’s World. I’m here for Wayne’s World. Seriously is one of my all.time.faves.ever. I’d just like to see you keep on keepin’ on! Do whatever the heck you’d like to do, I say! xx

  10. I can’t even remember how I got here. But I stayed for the company and good food.

    I’d be interested to see more of your kid-friendly veggo recipes that aren’t embarrassing to eat as an adult. We have a fusspot eater and any and all ideas are welcome.

    • Well considering mine are still just eating weetbix, I’ll see what I can do!

      Seriously, today we had a beautiful platter of blueberries, strawberries, banana, apple, almonds, walnuts, Meredith feta, and crackers. One kid ate two strawberries, the other licked a cracker. I CANNOT GET THEM TO EAT ANYTHING!

  11. I love your random posts… I would also be interested in your take on blogging with two under two (well doing most tasks with two under two), juggling motherhood and blogging and how you’ve made connections through blogging (both with brands and other bloggers).

    • I don’t know if that many people enjoy those kinds of posts, so I tend not to do them… but I’ve a few coming up you might like! Plus something next year. Plus a podcast episode. I hope you find them useful 🙂

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