The Saucy Ladies

Lia

Lia

Lia is German and likes sausages. This is the honest truth. She also loves cooking and experimenting with new recipes, because that’s the kind of strumpet she is. When she is not flushing down artisan cheese with gallons of red wine, she writes. Sometimes both at the same time, those are the better times. Follow @missconfig for pre-watershed rudeness and read her personal blog missconfig.com for some opinionated nonsense.
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Shonette
nettmunch

Shonette is a life-long appreciator of all things food-related. She hops from country to country trying any local cuisine or suspicious-looking liquer she can. After a couple of years honing her vegan cooking skills, she is now on a mission to try her hand at more experimental and meaty recipes. Shonette cannot bake.
Follow @shonette for assorted tales of late night rum cocktails and her blog A Life Less Organised for her ongoing quest for the best tapas in Bristol.
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Cat
cat

Cat is the obligatory picky eater of the group. At first this was voluntary, as a 14 year stint as a vegetarian with an insatiable love for tofu. When a rogue sausage caused an abrupt end to her veggie ways, her pickiness became involuntary, as her stomach decided gluten was now off the menu. Luckily, more and more restaurants are jumping on to the gluten-free bandwagon, so eating out is a top priority for Cat, especially as her meat cooking skills currently only go as far as stuffing a chicken with cheese.
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51 thoughts on “The Saucy Ladies

  1. Hello saucy ladies! What an adorable blog- the dumplings you just blogged about look delicious. Thanks for stopping by Life Is Like A Dumpling! Sending lots of blog love your way πŸ™‚ xx Gen

      1. Ah, I have to confess the pic does not match the recipe… You’re right – it is a great summer recipe.

        Try it and let me know how it came out.

  2. You guys are highly entertaining and I just read the “Saucy girls” page. Will peruse some more. keep up the good work! -Cutie of ChiefandCutie

  3. Thanks for the follow! Your blog looks great, can’t wait to check it out in depth. (I have that Ikea bird tray also!!)

  4. Hi there, you gals have some very nice looking recipes. I’m curious now about what else you’ll be putting up. I also want to find out about the food scene over in your neck of the woods.
    Thank you very much for following!

    1. I think we have plans to keep up with recipes for our favorite foods by also do some experimenting too. The food scene in Bristol is fantastic and affordable too. How about where you are? – Shonette

  5. Hi, ladies! Thanks for visiting me and following me. You’ve got some really delicious looking recipes I’m going to have to try! Am definitely following you back πŸ™‚

  6. Hi,
    I just wanted to let you know that I have nominated your blog for the Sunshine Award. I love your blog and want you to be recognized for it. If you go to my blog and check out my post for it, you will see what you need to do. Either way, keep up the good work.
    Thanks,
    Dawn

  7. Thanks so much for liking my post and following my blog. It looks like you ladies have a ton of great recipes and I look forward to exploring them.

  8. Thanks for following – you ladies sound sassy & fun – can’t wait to read more! Think the German food spin is super interesting too – I love learning about new cuisines. xoxo

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