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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

11 Pumpkin Drinks & Desserts + #tastytuesdays no. 75

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Monday, September 15, 2014

Honey Pecan Glazed Fried Chicken Breast {Contributor Post}

Crunchy fried chicken breast soaked in a succulent and sweet honey pecan glaze!
Honey Pecan Glazed Fried Chicken Breast on Anyonita Nibbles from Aunt Bee's Recipes
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Honey Pecan Glazed Fried Chicken Breast

 Hello y'all,  Aunt Bee here!  I can not even begin to tell you what an honor it was for me to be chosen as a monthly contributor for Anyonita Nibbles!   As you already know, Anyonita is a ROCK STAR blogger, but what you may not know, is how much time she spends helping us newbie bloggers as well!  She is definitely a 'blogger's blogger', and I am so proud to call her my friend!

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Caramelized Onion & Chardonnay Chicken Spaghetti with Blistered Vine Tomatoes

Sweet onions caramelized in a fruity Lindeman's Chardonnay served on a bed of tender chicken and gluten free pasta!
A sophisticated end of summer spaghetti dish made from Lindeman's chardonnay from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

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Caramelized Onion & Chardonnay Chicken Spaghetti with Blistered Vine Tomatoes

As a full-time working mom, quick dinners are essential. Glasses of wine are essential, too, and being able to combine the two is right up my street! I love this succulent chicken dish--it has all the makings of a gastropub chicken dinner without the price tag. With a 30 minute cook time, it's the kind of dish that you can whip up while you tackle the dishes or prepare everyone's lunches for the following day, while sipping on a glass of wine, of course.

Lindeman's Bin 65 2013 Chardonnay used in a chicken spaghetti recipe from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

Friday, September 12, 2014

Gluten Free Peri-Peri & Lime Roasted Chicken

Succulent half chicken roasted with Peri-Peri seasoning and tangy fresh lime slices, mellowed with brown sugar!
#glutenfree #periperi & lime roasted #chicken from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

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Gluten Free Peri-Peri & Lime Roasted Chicken

Peri-peri seasoning is either a rub, sauce or spice mix dominated with the seeds from peri-peri chillies, also called bird's eye chillies or piri-piri chillies. This recipe uses shop-bought gluten free peri-peri rub to marinate and roast the chicken. Slices of lime are added during cooking to help the chicken retain moisture and succulence. Brown sugar is added to tame the spiciness.

Succulent roasted chicken with burnished lime from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

Thursday, September 11, 2014

How to Improve Page Rank through Comment Moderation

A practical look at how to improve your page ranking through strict comment moderation.

How ti improve Page Rank through Comment Moderation from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk
Blog activity is often measured through comments, but it's not just how many comments a blog post receives, the quality of the comments counts too. In fact, comment quality is one of the factors Google considers when ranking pages. If the comments on your blog or website are too short, you could be penalized (here's a post that explains this policy in detail). 

Google's Hummingbird algorithm update was designed to actively identify and (in some cases) penalize bad SEO tactics deployed through dodgy commenting. I've rounded up five examples of dodgy comments to clearly illustrate the types of conversations you should not allow on your blog or website. By getting rid of these types of comments and never allowing them to be published in the first place, you can help to improve your site's page rank.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Mango Muffins {Contributor Post}

These fruit-filled, moist muffins pack a punch of tropical flavor, making them a perfect morning treat!
Mango Muffins made from whole wheat flour on Anyonita NIbbles from Dizzy Busy and Hungry

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Mango Muffins

Hi, this is Kristin from Dizzy Busy and Hungry! I am so excited to be writing my first post as a regular contributor for Anyonita Nibbles. Thanks so much to Anyonita for having me!

Today I am sharing my recipe for Mango Muffins. I just love fruity muffins, don't you? The fruit adds so much flavor and moisture to the muffins, and I think muffins with fruit make a really satisfying breakfast.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Seasonal Autumn Produce Recipes

From warming stews and cassoulets to desserts made from squash, these autumn recipes are comforting classics!

Seasonal Autumn Produce Recipes: Crockpot pumpkin Risotto
Ahh, Fall. It's my absolute favorite time of year. How could anyone not love the world wrapped in luscious jewel tones of rust, amber and marigold as the leaves change color? Then there's all that autumnal produce!

Thursday, September 4, 2014

12 Months to Explosive Blog Growth

Through sticking to a plan, developing a strategy and incorporating SEO, you can experience explosive blog growth in a year or less! Learn how I grew my blog readership by over 600% in 12 months.

How to grow your blog by 600% in just one year from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

In the last year, I have had the overwhelming privilege of seeing Anyonita Nibbles experience unprecedented blog growth. Growth is something that bloggers talk about often; anytime you sign up to do a sponsored post, you get questioned about your blog stats, your reach, your impact.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Gluten Free Deep Dish White Pizza

Succulent chicken is combined with tender spinach on a deep dish gluten free pizza base sprinkled with a white cheese mix!
#glutenfree Deep Dish White #Pizza from Anyonita NIbbles

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Gluten Free Deep Dish White Pizza

Pizza night is known around the world for being a quick, cheap alternative at dinner time. And it is! Unless you're gluten free. If you're gluten free, pizza is mostly out of the question. Or if you do make gluten free pizza, you'll have to spend a bit of time in the kitchen creating it. It's true, this isn't one of those "20 minute meals" the world seems to rave over. This pizza will take time, but oh, man, is it worth it!