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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What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link Party #124

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Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is just a month away.   Now more than ever, with all the hosting, and partying, and gift shopping, gift wrapping and everything else you have to get done – now more than ever you ask…

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!

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Crock Pot Beef & Bean Soup and Bacon Cheese Biscuits

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I don’t know about you, but I did a lot of cooking on Thanksgiving. We have some left overs, but we asked all of our guests to make themselves a “doggy bag”, so we aren’t overflowing with food we won’t eat.  And for dinner tonight, I simply don’t want to cook.

So in comes the crock pot and refrigerator biscuits!

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Egg Bites with Cheddar and Peppers

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Perfect little bites of egg – great for a buffet or to serve as a light breakfast.  I had three with some coffee – more protein and less sugar than a pastry.

Pop them in the freezer to use as needed – and they make great breakfasts for on the road! (You know, those days when you run out of time and need to get to work??)

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #123

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Happy Thanksgiving!  May your holiday be filled with family, friends, and love.   Here’s to less stress and more joy – and the answer to the question….

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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Who Needs Starbucks? Improving Your Coffee At Home

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A visit to a coffee shop is part of a daily ritual for many people, including me!  But it can become an expensive habit.  With most people spending $2-5 on their daily cup of joe, it’s something that can really add up over the year.  Wish you could get great tasting coffee at home?  Here’s how to up your coffee game for a better taste every time.

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Ale Braised Swiss Chard with Bacon

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Farmer’s Market Fresh- Oregon Ale…

Chard and beer – I love living in the Northwest.  This side dish is easy and delicious.

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Hot Drink And Treat Combinations For Winter

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It’s that time of the year where we all want to climb into bed earlier.  When we get home from work, we instantly turn the heat up before anything.  The chill gets everywhere, into every nook and cranny. 

Rather than pulling on the layers and layers of clothes, sometimes what’s best is to warm up from the inside out.  A hot drink during the winter time can incredibly boosting to your morale and help you to stop shivering.  If you want to eat something while you sip a hot drink, you can also add a nice little treat that is buttery, sweet and unique in flavor.  More often than not, the drinks themselves will take a little getting used to as the recipes are something that you have to try out, make mistakes and learn from them to improve.  However the benefits far outweigh any negatives regarding the manual and mental labor, so don’t be afraid to start experimenting.

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Clean Out the Refrigerator Crock Pot Soup

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Every November 15 is National Clean out your refrigerator day.  Yep – a day dedicated to taking out all those foods that have been in there way too long.  But what about all those left overs that are taking up space but are still good?  Do you just toss them?  No way!  Put them together into a soup.

When I cleaned out our refrigerator I found a tiny dish of chicken noodle soup, a half of a serving of buttered pasta, some fried potatoes and onions, and some celery that was starting to go limp.  There was a container with half an onion and another with some mushrooms.  But no left over meat. Continue reading

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Easy Personal Pita Pizza – Your Way!

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My husband and I love pizza, but they way we like it is very different.

He loves lots of cheese and meat and a few veggies – I like it with lots of veggies and a little cheese.  He calls mine yuppie pizza (a term from the 80s).

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