Ah – The year of covid. Our Thanksgiving was different to say the least. Just my husband and me and phone calls and texts to those we couldn’t share our table with this year. We’re making tentative plans for Christmas, but that too is up in the air. How about you? How was your Thanksgiving?
All this crazy unconventional holiday stuff is confusing, but what isn’t confusing is needing dinner. Here’s a great place to find the answer to the question…
This is the home of a collection of fabulous recipes! A collaboration of ideas ~ And we want yours!
It’s What’s for Dinner!
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Share as many as four of YOUR OWN RECIPES you haven’t shared in the last month!
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We had a small party last week – everyone must have been busy with the holidays. And even though there weren’t as many entries, the recipes that were shared were all outstanding!!
I hope you got a chance to check them out! In any case, here are the most visited posts from last week – and they are all tantalizing!
Christmas cookie time is on our heels! Here are some absolutely beautiful Biscuiteers Stained Glass Window Biscuits from Clair Justine.
I love sheet pan dinners – so easy! Here’s a delicious one to try from Homemade on a Weeknight; Brats & Spuds Sheet Pan Dinner. Savor the sight!
Normally about now, we’d be planning our holiday parties. Although they will be much smaller this year, here is a great idea for some appetizers! These Toast Appetizers (or Party Bruschetta) – Quick and Easy from the Gluten Free Alchemist will have you starting your planning too!
Scratch Made Food shared these beautiful Sugar and Spice Snickerdoodle Bars, Whole grain and Delicious. Could it be? A healthy snickerdoodle? I’m in!!
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