Monthly Archives: October 2018

What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #170

Can you believe it? It’s almost Halloween!! This year has flown by faster than lightening! The busy time of year is rapidly approaching – and in spite of all those things we need to do, we still have to figure … Continue reading

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Easy Seafood Gumbo

Gumbo or Jambalaya? What’s the difference? Since today is National Gumbo day (yes, yet another National day), I decided to find out. I found out there isn’t a great deal of difference. Both have rice, but jambalaya has the rice … Continue reading

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Wine Braised Garlic Crostini

These delicious little garlic rounds of goodness are perfect party appetizers or sides for soups or stews. They are super simple to make and wonderful to eat!

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Turkey Hash – Not just for Breakfast Anymore!

We smoked a turkey a few weeks ago. There was so much we froze a large part of it. But you can only eat so many turkey sandwiches! So for dinner we put together this delicious turkey hash. You can … Continue reading

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #169

It’s getting cold and rainy – and I love it! I sat on my couch with the windows open listening to the pounding raining and the wind blowing through the trees. It was wonderfully relaxing and invigorating at the same … Continue reading

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National Taco Day

It’s National taco day! And who doesn’t love a good taco? There are so many different variations and inspirations. Today is the day to celebrate that hand held wonder! Tacos are so popular in the US that we ate more … Continue reading

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Gingered Broccoli

We eat a lot of broccoli at our house, but you start getting tired of the same ol’ steamed vegetable. My husband made some s-l-o-w roasted, Asian style ribs. I made this bright and flavorful, still slightly crunchy broccoli dish.

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