This is the last party of 2015 – We’ll be back on January 3, 2016
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you All!
And a big thank you to everyone who has supported our party the last 22 weeks!
And now, on to the party!
It’s Monday afternoon and you hear –
“What’s for Dinner?”
We’ve all heard it – and then we realize, what IS for dinner? And with the busy holiday season looming ahead, having a plan is a life saver!
Well here is a place for ideas!
So please join us and share your helpful recipes and menu ideas – All meal related, family-friendly posts are invited! Feel free to post linkys that are food related as well – the More the Merrier!
Here are some of my favorite posts from last week!
All that’s Jas shared fabulous instructions on making artisan bread! Easy to follow too!
A Chat Over Coffee shared a tasty recipe for Dragon Rice, a creative take on the Dragon Noodles for her rice loving husband!
Please visit, comment on and pin the features!
And thank you for your comments here!
Now Quick! Tell all your friends about the great recipes people are posting – and stop by and visit them. You’ll be glad you did!
Follow the links to find the recipes to both features! And thank you to everyone who shared last week!
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I’ll return the favor.
And now it’s your turn….
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First – Please leave a comment for your host! When we comment, we not only help our blogs to grow, we help each other with great ideas!
Second – Only FOOD RELATED posts! If you have another party that includes food, please share it!
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So let’s party!!
Thank you so much for the feature of my artisan bread! I am thrilled :) Happy Holidays and thanks for hosting!!! XO
Thanks for joining again!
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Hi Helen, Thanks for hosting! I enjoyed you last post on Pernil Asado and Puerto Rican rice – I lived in PR for 2 years when I first got out of college. Taught on a military base in San Juan. Hope you have a great Christmas and a blessed New Year! Blessings, Janet
Merry Christmas to you Janet! Thanks for joining us again!
Thank you for hosting!
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I’m not sure who Janet might be but thank you for featuring Dragon Rice this week! Merry Christmas to all!
boy do I feel like a ding dong!! I’ll fix that Leigh. Sorry!!
Thanks, Helen, and no worries! My wires get crossed like that, too.