What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #84

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Looking for something new for dinner?  Need some ideas to get  you going?  Where here is the place to find the answer to that age old question….

What's for Dinner-

 A collection of fabulous recipes!

Share your latest and greatest recipes here – All meal or food related, family-friendly posts are invited!  Feel free to post linkys that are food related (please no travel or crafts) as well!  (Sadly, travel posts or non food posts will be deleted).

If you have a craft idea, please share it on my other blog, Pleasures of the NW – DIY Party!

A HUGE thanks to everyone that shared last week!  There were so many amazing recipes.

And now for the top four most visited posts last week –

Please stop by and visit them – let them know how awesome they are!

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South Western Pinto Bean Soup

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It’s been a cold winter and it doesn’t seem to be over yet!  What’s better on a cold night than a big bowl of hearty, hot soup!  Here’s one that will make your mouth and your tummy happy!

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Taco Tuesday – Taco Inspired Recipe Link up #5

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Welcome to Taco Tuesday – Don’t have a taco recipe to share, Think Taco Inspired!  Lets share those quick and easy Tuesday night dinner ideas that are inspired by the flavors or the simplicity of the taco.  And please tweet out the place to share your fabulous Tacos!

Taco Tuesday Are you ready!

Here are the most visited posts from last week – Three dishes inspired by the beloved taco!

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National Tortellini Day! Have some Tortellini Soup for Pasta of the Month~

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It’s National Tortellini Day – a day to celebrate these little, stuffed pastas!  Not to be confused with tortelloni (a big stuffed pasta),

 these are round and bite sized morsels of deliciousness.

 The region of Bologna claims to have been the originating source of this pasta, typically stuffed with prosciutto, mortadella and Parmigiano-Reggiano.  They are round and shaped like a belly button, most likely a design to keep the filling from leaking out.

 And did you know there is actually an organization dedicated to this yummy little treat?  The Learned Order of the Tortellini.  They wear red and gold hats shaped like the pasta to their meetings and serve to preserve the traditions of the tortellini.

But here – we just like to eat the little things – with sauce, or, like this recipe, as a soup!

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #83

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Looking for something new for dinner?  Need some ideas to get  you going?  Where here is the place to find the answer to that age old question….

What's for Dinner-

 A collection of fabulous recipes!

Share your latest and greatest recipes here – All meal or food related, family-friendly posts are invited!  Feel free to post linkys that are food related (please no travel or crafts) as well!  (Sadly, travel posts or non food posts will be deleted).

If you have a craft idea, please share it on my other blog, Pleasures of the NW – DIY Party!

A HUGE thanks to everyone that shared last week!  There were so many amazing recipes.

And now for the top four most visited posts last week –

Please stop by and visit them – let them know how awesome they are!

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Bagel Pizzas

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It’s National Pizza Day AND National Bagel Day!  I tried making homemade bagels once, but that is not a project for a lazy gastronome!  Make the dough, boil  the dough, brush the dough, bake the dough -YIKES!!  So what does a Lazy Gastronome make for National Pizza and National Bagel day?  How about….

It's National Pizza Day AND National Bagel Day!  I tried making homemade bagels once, but that is not a project for a lazy gastronome!  Make the dough, boil  the dough, brush the dough, bake the dough -YIKES!!  So what does a Lazy Gastronome make for National Pizza and National Bagel day?  How about....

 It’s easy to make and everyone will love it!

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Taco Tuesday – Taco Inspired link up #4

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Welcome to Taco Tuesday – Don’t have a taco recipe to share, Think Taco Inspired!  Lets share those quick and easy Tuesday night dinner ideas that are inspired by the flavors or the simplicity of the taco.  And please tweet out the place to share your fabulous Tacos!

Taco Tuesday Are you ready!

Here are the most visited posts from last week – Three dishes inspired by the taco!

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Thai Coconut Shrimp and Noodle Soup

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Looking for something rich and spicy?  How about a Thai inspired soup rich with coconut milk, shrimp and spicy curry?  Here’s a recipe that’s quick to prepare and delicious!

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #82

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From dawning light to setting sun – a parents job is never done.

And one of those jobs includes answering the question…

“What’s for Dinner?”

What's for Dinner-

Well, here is the place to find the answers to that age-old question! A collection of fabulous recipes!

Share your latest and greatest recipes here – All meal or food related, family-friendly posts are invited!  Feel free to post linkys that are food related (please no travel or crafts) as well!  (Sadly, travel posts or non food with recipe posts will be deleted).

If you have a craft idea, please share it on my other blog, Pleasures of the NW – DIY Party!

A HUGE thanks to everyone that shared last week!  There were so many amazing recipes.

And now for the top four most visited posts last week – Please stop by and visit them – let them know how awesome they are!

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Kale & Mushroom Omelet

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Kale – the most nutrient dense food there is.  It’s full of vitamins like A,K and C – minerals like calcium and potassium (to name a couple).  It’s chock full of antioxidants and can actually help lower cholesterol.  And this is just a few of the benefits this food has!  So are you ready for a really good way to serve it? Continue reading

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