What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up# 48

We’re growing here at What’s for dinner!! We came so close to 100 shares!!  Help us get there this week – Please Pass the party along!

“What’s for Dinner?”

We’ve all heard it – and then we realize, what IS for dinner?  Here is the place to get AND share those delicious recipes!

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Help us find some great menus and recipes for the week – All meal or food related, family-friendly posts are invited!  Feel free to post linkys that are food related as well!  (Sadly, non food posts will be deleted).

And don’t forget to visit a few of the other posts too!

There were so many amazing recipes last week!  I could barely keep up!  Here are just a few of them – Check them out – and Enjoy!

Every feature gets pinned!  And here they are…..

This week’s features include fantastic food from My Suburban Kitchen, the Jenny Evolution, Delightful E Made and Hello Nature – all Father’s Day worthy recipes!

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The most visited post was from My Suburban Kitchen – A Chicken Fajita  Chopped Salad – a hearty meal for a warm evening!

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With Father’s day coming up next Sunday, here is the Ultimate Burger Recipe, compliments of The Jenny Evolution.  Just look at this thing!

Cheeseburger on buns with succulent beef on the wooden background.

Cheeseburger on buns with succulent beef on the wooden background.


Does your dad like fish over beef?  Well Delightful E Made shared the perfect recipe – Grilled Cedar Plank Salmon.  Delicious!

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And to complete your Father’s Day meal, how about some homemade Rocky Road Ice Cream?  Hello Nature shared the perfect recipe!

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There were plenty more amazing ideas posted this last week!   I encourage you to go back and check some of them out!  Thank you to every one who shared an awesome idea or recipe.  And thanks for spreading the word to help our party grow!

And now lets start this weeks adventure!  Start sharing up some of your amazing recipes and menus!

But Please don’t party and run!!  Visit and leave a comment for at least one other post (for each you share).  

Now Quick!  Tell all your friends about the great recipes people are posting – and stop by and visit them.  You’ll be glad you did!

There is one rule – Please Only food related posts!  Recipes, food review, even linky parties  -If it is about food, please share it!  (Sadly, non food posts will be removed).  You can share up to three posts.

And two requests – 

Leave a comment for me and I’ll leave a comment for you!  Although I do visit every single post, I can’t always comment – but if  you take the time to leave me a note, I will make sure to take the time to leave you one!  

Visit some of the other party goers!!  That’s what makes it a party!

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

And now on to the PARTY!

And remember – it’s not a party if you don’t connect with other guests!


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18 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up# 48

  1. I’m liking that cedar planked salmon! It looks delicious, and although I’ve never made salmon on a cedar plank, I’m betting it makes for some great flavor. 🙂 Thanks for hosting!

  2. Hi Helen, Hope you’re having a great summer so far! Thanks so much for hosting What’s for Dinner! Blessings, Janet

  3. Lots of great recipes! I am looking forward to trying the Fajita chopped salad, Yum!! Have a Great Week 🙂

  4. Marilyn says:

    Thank you for hosting! I am back on my game this week with comments and shares. Have a joyful week!

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  6. Ginger Wroot says:

    Loving the features this week, especially that grilled salmon–yum! Thanks for hosting, my dear! –Ginger
    http://gingerwroot.com

  7. Patti says:

    Thank you so much for hosting this link up. I know they are a lot of work.

    • HelenFern says:

      Yeah, but I find some great recipes from all the amazing cooks out there!! Thanks for stopping by Patti.

  8. Jen Penas says:

    Thank you for the invite to link up! There are some great links here, time to go check them out! Cheers!

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