If you have stopped here expecting to see one of my recipes, you would have to wait until tomorrow or be contended with all the recipes from my archives 🙂 Instead of posting yet another recipe today, thought of signing off 2015 on a lighter note.
2015 has been an exceptionally good year for Revi's Foodography. By God's grace I was able to post 200+ recipes this year and most of them have been well received. Both traffic and revenue have seen a steady growth month over month and it stands now better than what I have envisioned initially. A heart felt thanks to all of you who have been supporting Revi's Foodography with you lovely comments, feedback and visits 🙂
Most of the recipes I post is usually what I cook at home regularly. However there are times when I try recipes for the first time and post it if I really like it. Not all those trial end as per expectation. Painfully, at times it turns out so bad that it has to go straight to the bin.
Just for fun, thought of sharing some of those imperfections that was created in my kitchen during this year. Hope it brings about a smile on your face 🙂
Being successful is not about being right always. It is about committing mistakes, but learning from them and not repeating them again. Hope you are able to learn from the mistakes, skip over the challenges you had in 2015 and make your life more happier in 2016.
Good Bye 2015 !!! See you all next year 🙂
I love this post! I made a similar post last year about things I've learned from my failed recipes. They can be so frustrating but you do learn a lot from them!
Thanks Shelby. I would love to read yours too 😀 Will stop by your space.
While it is always disappointing when something doesn't turn out as you expected, there is usually a good story in the experience that you can share and laugh about later (after you've cleaned up the mess, put out the fire, etc) 🙂
So true Jenn 😀
Traditionally Modern Food says
I have also faced many similar situations..I have always tried pumpkin bread with homade pumpkin sauce and it was a disaster
And it is especially painful to have a failed pumpkin bread after roasting the pumpkin for so long to make a homemade pumpkin puree 🙂 Thanks Vidya for stopping by !