This is the last party of 2020. I’m pretty happy to put this strange year behind us, but I also have to say, it wasn’t all bad. I got many things done I had put off for literally years. I discovered not only a love, but a passion for gardening. And I am ready to move into 2021 with hope and excitement. And I’m always trying to figure out…
This is the home of a collection of fabulous recipes! A collaboration of ideas ~ And we want yours!
It’s What’s for Dinner!
So come on in and party with us!
Share as many as four of YOUR OWN RECIPES you haven’t shared in the last month!
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Side Note: In order to be featured we must be able to copy your pictures to the post. We were unable to feature a couple of great recipes – Darn!!
Seems everyone (including me) were very busy last week. Very few posts got many visits. So here are the features from last week – but all the posts were equally delicious!
This one has a long title, but it looks and sounds absolutely amazing! Here is the Hungry Mountaineer’s I Can’t Believe it’s Not Chinese Spare Ribs Chicken Thighs with Homemade 5 Spice Powder.
Here’s one from Annie’s Home – Maple Syrup Day: Maple Syrup Baked Pears. Just look at the picture -you’ll want some!!
I love pasta! Check out this beautiful Filipino Chicken Macaroni Salad from the Not So Creative Cook (who is actually quite creative)!
Growing up in with a Czechoslovakian family, this recipe caught my eye!! If you’ve never tried kolache, here’s a recipe for you! Kolacky/Kolache (Slovak Sweet Dough with Filling). It’s amazing!
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This is what I featured on my blog 12-21 to 12-26-2020. On Tuesday was Egg Nog Pie. Wednesday was Philadelphia Creamy Salsa Dip. Thursday was Reindeer Pancakes. And Friday was Chocolate Crinkle Cookies. Enjoy!
Sounds delicious!! Thanks for sharing at the party. I hope you had a great Christmas.
Wishing you and your family the very best of 2021 and thanks so much for all the awesome parties this year!
The same to you Helen – I appreciate your work on the Full Plate Thursday party and your shares at our party every week. Here’s to an amazing year ahead!
Thanks so much for the share! I have to make this again next week, it’s addicting!
Thanks for sharing it!! And thanks for joining the party! Have a great week.
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Thank you so much for featuring my mother-in-law’s kolache recipe! Happy New Year!
Thanks for sharing it! Brought back memories for me! Have a great new year.
Wishing you the best of 2021! Thanks for hosting! I brought by some Apple Crisp. Hope you enjoy. :)
Thanks CJ – Here’s to another year of delicious food!! Happy New Year!
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