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Announcing MEC : Breezy Breakfasts



Srivalli’s Microwave Easy Cooking stops at Bombay Foodie this month. The choice of theme was easy. If you are anything like me, hitting the snooze button on the alarm every morning, you would know how precious those extra minutes of sleep are. Leaving very little time for that most important meal of the day : breakfast. I love to hear any tips and tricks that help me save time making breakfasts on these mornings. And what better way than some quick and easy microwave recipes.

So get your best breakfast recipes out, make them in the microwave (you can use food processor etc. for grinding, but no stove top cooking please) and send them to MEC : Breezy Breakfasts.

Here are the rules:

1. Cook any breakfast recipe in the microwave and do a post on it on your blog between today and 30 June 2009.

2. Add a link to the event announcement on Srivalli's blog and this announcement. Do use the logo if you choose to.

3. Multiple entries are welcome. Recipes submitted to other events are also accepted.

4. Recipes from archives are allowed provided you do a new post on it.

5. Send me an email at bombayfoodie(at)gmail(dot)com with the following details:

Subject: MEC:Breezy Breakfasts
Your Name
Name of the Dish
Your Post url
A picture of the dish

4. If you are a non-blogger, you can mail me all the details and I will gladly include it in the roundup.

5. This event accepts both vegetarian and non-vegetarian entries.

Okay, the announcement is over. And I am nervous. Incredibly. This is the first event I am hosting. You won't let me down, will you?

Comments

Srivalli said…
Thank you Simran, thats a cool announcement. I am sure our blogger friends will surely come out with amazing entries!
jayasree said…
Lovely theme. Good luck with your first event. Hope to send in something.
CurryLeaf said…
Lovely Theme Simran,I always seem to miss this event.Will surely try to send this time.Never ever tried bfast in mw
Hmmm...Thats quite interesting simran..All the BEst...wil try to send something for the event..
suvi said…
nice theme! will certainly send in something
Priya Suresh said…
Nice theme will surely send my entries..
notyet100 said…
will sure send u somethin
Rush said…
lol..good one babe!!
wow!! looking fwd to the round up already....
Unknown said…
will try sending something for sure..
Parita said…
Lovely theme..i m always seem to be out of ideas for breakfast..this even shud def spice up my breakfast:)
Bharti said…
I have no ideas presently, but will surely come up with something for you. Don't be nervous :-)
bluespriite said…
No will surely try not to let you down. Will also participate in it. My first blog participation.Yay.

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