Yeah…I’m a guest blogger today! I was thrilled when Biren invited me to be her first guest blogger….wow! She said I can take my time to write it as she will still reserve me to be her first guest blogger…….what an honour! But of course I won’t keep her waiting too long. I was excited to write for her blog.
Biren is an amazing food blogger and friend. She is another lovely friend that I met through blogging. She is a very friendly lady and even though I have just known her for a short time, it looks like I have known her for a long time. Her zeal and excitement in life has always been an inspiration. She has a lovely blog, Roti n Rice, which is about 5 months old and is full of awesome home cooking and bakes.
Biren wrote a beautiful Mother’s Day guest post for me recently. It’s Mother’s Day Happy Healthy Brunch. It was very impressive and delicious that I feel like eating it everyday. For those who love okra like me, she has 2 lovely posts for that, Okra Salad and Okra and Chickpea Stew.
Well, after much thought, I think dessert is what I would do for the guest post. Desserts always speak of celebration and happiness to me. DESSERTS spelt backward is STRESSED. So I believe that desserts are great stress busters. Recently I have learned how to make chocolate swiss rolls. Oh….what joy! I made raspberry coulis, or sauce, to go with it. Instead of thick chocolate swiss rolls, I made them thin and so they look cute and pretty when cut into rings. They are very delicious served with raspberry coulis.
This Chocolate Swiss Roll With Raspberry Coulis is simple and easy to make. For the recipe, please head over to Roti n Rice. Your comments both here and at Roti n Rice are greatly appreciated. Please visit Biren’s blog often to learn more from her many wonderful recipes. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask her and she will be most happy to answer you.
Have fun reading! If you are stressed up at any time, make this dessert. It will make you keep smiling!
Quote of the day……
“The grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.”