What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #162

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Vacations are over – back to the old grind. I’m sure everyone is gearing up for that back to school event. And with so much to do for that, you’re probably wondering…

  This is the place to answer that question! The home of a collection of fabulous recipes! A collaboration of ideas ~

It’s What’s for Dinner!

So come on in and party with us!

Share your latest and greatest recipes here –

                 Remember, make sure there is an edible recipe in your post                                            (sadly it will be deleted if it doesn’t).

 Here are the most visited posts from last week:

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

This weeks most popular posts were:

The top hit of last week…Instant Pot Ribs! Thank you to the Bearded Hiker for this succulent dish!

Instant Pot St. Louis style ribs - yes, you can have your ribs and eat them too - in less than an hour!

And tied for the lead, Marilyn’s Treats’ No Bake Coconut Cream Pie! Wow-easy AND delicious!

No Bake Coconut Cream Pie

The berries here in Oregon are starting to wind down. We had a lot! If you have a lot of berries, then this recipe for Berry World Crumble Traybake will grab your attention. Thanks Coffee Break Reads!

BerryWorld Crumble Traybake

I remember the first time I had pickled watermelon rind. I had no idea you could eat the rind! Well thank you Sew Historically for this great post, 15+ Watermelon Rind Recipes – Sweet & Savory.

15+ Watermelon Rind Recipes - Sweet & Savory

So are you ready to get cookin’ now?

If you were featured we’d love it if you grabbed a button and shared it on your post!

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And now, it’s your turn to make us hungry!

Grab our button for your side bar!

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Note: By linking up you are giving the Lazy Gastronome permission to use your posts as future features on the blog. And thank you!

Please be sure to be adding a link to your post, not to your main blog page! We want to see your fabulous recipes! Let’s build an amazing collection of RECIPES!

And now it’s time to start the recipe party!


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27 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #162

  1. Marilyn Lesniak says:

    Thank you for featuring my pie! Thank you so much for hosting again this week. You always do so much for bloggers! Try to stay cool and enjoy your week ahead.

  2. Lisa says:

    Thanks for the invite. I always love a good party. Now Im headed to see what everyone else is sharing.
    Lisa

  3. Michele says:

    Everything looks so good! Thank you so much for hosting!

  4. Helen says:

    Thanks for inviting us and hosting!

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  7. mareliz says:

    Thank you for hosting and sharing. I brought one of our favorite pork dish back home. Have a great week ahead.

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  9. Thanks for the party, Helen! Have a wonderful day.

  10. Mother of 3 says:

    Now that everyone is heading back to school, my family and I are gearing up for our vacation! 🙂 We love vacationing in the off season and it makes our summer seem just a tad bit longer. Thanks so much for hosting.

  11. Lina says:

    Thanks for featuring my watermelon rind recipes! 🙂

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  13. Thanks for inviting me to your link up! This looks like a fun party. 🙂

    Mollie

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  15. Lots of delicious looking recipes!

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