Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls

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A delicious chicken soup that I have learned is not a traditional Hanukkah food!

 

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Annual Cookie Exchange Party – Part II

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Let’s Keep These Cookies Coming!

Are you ready to start baking those Christmas cookies?  I love to make a lot and share them with my neighbors and the people I work with – Not to mention my family loves them!  What is your favorite cookie?  Share it here – and maybe find a new one!

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What’s for Dinner – Sunday Link up #126

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas –   Are you ready?

And by the way…

What's for Dinner-

 Here is a collection of fabulous recipes!  A collaboration of ideas ~

So come on in and party with us!

Share your latest and greatest recipes here –   Feel free to post linkys that are food related  as well!

Please remember to visit at least two posts for every one you share – it just takes a minute!

 Here are the most visited posts from last week:

 Please stop by and visit our featured bloggers – next week might be you!

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Slow Cooker Bean and Pork Stew

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Stew in the slow cooker – what could be better?

I don’t know about you, but we’re getting pretty tired of turkey.  And now with Christmas so close, we’re getting pretty busy.  Weekday dinners need to be quick and easy.  This stew is so easy to put together, tastes delicious and gives your insides warm comfort!  Serve it with some hot bread or warm tortillas, a small salad on the side and it’s dinner!

 My husband is retired and home all day – he said the smell was too much for him.  He had to have a “sample” bowl before dinner.  Was it any good??

Oh yeah!

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Charcuterie Board – An Easy Party Appetizer

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A delicious meat, cheese and fruit board, the charcuterie (pronounced shar-cood-er-ay /shär-ˌkü-tə-ˈrē) is a literally a branch of cooking that focuses on ways to cure and preserve meat.  It’s also become a common name for that tray of treats that is often ordered with drinks in a fine dining atmosphere.

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Annual Cookie Exchange Party!

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Today is National Cookie Day!

It’s time to start thinking about those Christmas cookies!  I love to make a lot and share them with my neighbors and the people I work with – Not to mention my family loves them!  What is your favorite cookie?  Share it here – and maybe find a new one!

This party will be happening every Monday until Christmas – but the list is on-going, so be sure to share something new!

Share your latest and greatest Cookie recipes here!   But only sweet treats!

Please remember to visit at least two posts for every one you share – it just takes a minute!

That’s it – So on to the Cookie Exchange Party!

Let’s get started on another deliciously fun party!

And don’t forget to leave a comment – I love hearing from you!

Here are the Rules – Let’s make this party fun for everyone!

  1. Please Only sweet treats that  include recipes  or links to recipes!  (Sadly, all non food posts or posts without recipes will be deleted).   
  2. Please, no Blog parties.
  3. Please do NOT use stock photos.  Make sure the recipe and the photos are your own!
  4. Please do not post anything that includes items for purchase!  Do not share posts that focus on sales of any kind.
  5. Visit some of the other party goers!!  That’s what makes it a party!

So let’s get to some cookie making!


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What’s for Dinner – Sunday Link up # 125

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Just four more parties left until Christmas.  I bet everyone is busy, busy, busy.  Have you done your cookies yet?  Are you ready for the parties?  And by the way…

What's for Dinner-

 Here is a collection of fabulous recipes!  A collaboration of ideas ~

So come on in and party with us!

Share your latest and greatest recipes here –   Feel free to post linkys that are food related  as well!

Please remember to visit at least two posts for every one you share – it just takes a minute!

 Here are the most visited posts from last week:

 Please stop by and visit our featured bloggers – next week might be you!

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Blueberry Pancakes – A Sunday morning breakfast

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I froze so many berries this summer – and I’m glad I did!  We had guests over and I made some delicious blueberry pancakes for breakfast.  And because I knew where I picked them and how I froze them, I knew they were healthy and delicious!  But this recipe works with store bought fresh or frozen – It’s all good – deliciously good!

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Chicken Sausage & Sage Hand Pies

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These little pies are so easy to make and taste delicious!  If you use low-fat crescent rolls, they are pretty low in calories too!  Give it a try!

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Turkey French Dip Sandwiches

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Have a lot of left over turkey?  We certainly did.  Even though we asked our guests to make themselves doggy bags,  I think they were far too polite!  We still have so much!!  We froze some and with some we made French dip sandwiches!

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