Whats for Dinner? Sunday link up # 71

It’s a recipe party!

It’s the beginning of the holiday season.  Thanksgiving is THIS week!!  Need some more ideas?  Have some to share? And what about the days before the holiday – You have eat those day too – so,

What’s for Dinner?”

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

Come here to 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, non food posts will be deleted).  Here are four amazing recipes from last week – and there were SO many!

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

Note:  Featured posts that also left a comment last week, get pinned, tweeted and yummed!

Make sure you visit them and let them know how awesome they are – you might be next!

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Courtney’s Cookbook brought the most visited post to the party – Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars.  Just look at those yummy treats!!

{Healthy, Low Calorie, Vegan- and GF-adaptable} Celebrate the season with these rich and creamy pumpkin cheesecake bars! A few simple ingredient swaps make them a lighter, healthier dessert, and with vegan and gluten-free options, they are easily adaptable to your dietary needs.


Honey & Birch posted this delicious Winter Sangria Recipe.  It not only sounds delicious, it’s a beautiful drink!

Winter Sangria Recipe | National Sangria Day www.honeyandbirch.com


 This one will be part of my after-Thanksgiving brunch!  Thanks to Growing up Gabel, here are some great, Easy Cranberry Stuffed Crescent Rolls

Only 2 ingredients and 15 minutes and these easy dinner rolls are ready to eat! Put the cranberries in the crescent rolls and surprise your guests with a delightful twist!


I had to include these absolutely adorable cookies!  Home Cooking Memories shared Thanksgiving Turkey Oreo Cookies!  I love ’em!

Easy OREO Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies Recipe


Thank you to everyone who shared an amazing recipe or idea last week and a big thank you to those who visited other party goers!  – it’s not a party without each other!

And now, let’s get started on another deliciously fun party!

But  Please don’t party and run!!  Visit and leave a comment for at least two other posts for each you share.  It really doesn’t take that much time.   (I visit them all, but I’m still working on last weeks!  I will be there).  And don’t forget to leave a comment – us Bloggers LOVE comments!

 Then Quick!  Tell all your friends (on facebook and twitter and anywhere else!) about the great recipes people are posting – and stop by and visit them.

Make sure your link works!  We have a couple of bad links  – Folks can’t visit if they can’t get there!

There are only three requests – Please Only food related posts!  Recipes, food review, even linky parties that focus on food  -If it is about food, please share it!  (Sadly, non food or travel posts will be removed). 

Make sure you post something you DIDN’T post recently

AND

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

Don’t forget to leave a comment – If your post is featured next week, it also gets pinned and tweeted (IF you’ve commented this week!)

Grab our button for your side bar!

The Lazy Gastronome

 

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!

Got cookie recipes?  Please share them here AND on the Great Cookie Exchange!

And now on to the PARTY!

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24 Responses to Whats for Dinner? Sunday link up # 71

  1. Courtney says:

    Thank you for hosting every week! Always so much goodness shared here. 🙂 Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

  2. Happy Thanksgiving week! Thanks for hosting!

  3. Hi Helen, Thanks for hosting each week! Wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving! Blessings, Janet

  4. Thanks for hosting and happy Thanksgiving!

  5. Miz Helen says:

    Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving and many thanks for the party!
    Miz Helen

  6. Happy Monday and thanks for hosting another fabulous party.

  7. I can’t believe it’s already Thanksgiving this week, can you? Hope yours is a happy one!

  8. Thanks for hosting. It’s a great opportunity to share our ideas here! -Journa from http://www.lollyjane.com

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  10. I’m liking those cranberry crescent rolls! Yum! Thanks for hosting another great party. 🙂

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  12. Angela @marathonsandmotivation.com says:

    So many wonderful recipes as always!!! I am looking forward to trying them out 🙂

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