What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #64

“Hey mom!  What’s for Dinner?”  You’ve heard it – then you wonder, what is for dinner….

What's for Dinner-

Well here is the place to find the answers to that age old question!

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 as well!  (Sadly, non food posts will be deleted).  Here are four amazing recipes from last week – and there were SO many!


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

The most visited post this week was visited quite a lot!!  Thanks DelightfulEMade for showing us how to make Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Banana Bread!

Your new favorite banana bread recipe is here! This flavorful, delicious banana bread is loaded with chocolate chips, creamy peanut butter, and peanut butter chips, making an amazing breakfast treat or afternoon snack. Starbucks banana loaf has got nothin' on this!

Karly’s Kulinary Krusade shared the second most visited post – Just check this out – Honey Lime Shrimp and Vegetables.  Well oh just yum!

 Honey Lime Shrimp and Vegetables - Karyl's Kulinary Krusade

This one is perfect for the Halloween season – a Jack-o-Lantern Stuffed Pepper from Creatively Homemade.  What a fun idea!

Looking for a fun recipe to make for Halloween dinner? These Jack O Lantern stuffed peppers for Halloween are a hit with kids. Learn how to make them here.

As the weather gets colder and all the busy holidays start to creep up on us, what can be better than an easy and delicious dinner.  Well, how about this Skillet Fajita Chicken Sausage and Rice from Spoonful of Flavor?

 Skillet Fajita Chicken Sausage and Rice is made in one skillet and comes together in little time. Fresh bell peppers, onions, chicken sausage, fajita seasoning and rice are combined to create a meal for the entire family!

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.  (I visit them all)

Now 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.

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 posts will be removed). 

Make sure you post something you DIDN’T post last week


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!)

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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!

And now on to the PARTY!



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24 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #64

  1. Courtney says:

    Thanks for hosting! :)

  2. Oh man, I want some of all of those features – especially Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Banana Bread! And the jack-o-lantern peppers are just so cute! Thanks for hosting another great party. :)

  3. Those halloween stuffed peppers are so cute! Very creative idea for that featured post.

  4. Angela @marathonsandmotivation.com says:

    Another great round up of recipes! The stuffed peppers are great, my kids will love that idea :-)

  5. Michelle says:

    Thanks for hosting another fun Sunday!
    Have a great day!

  6. This party ALWAYS makes me hungry! ;-) Thanks for hosting! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  7. Looks like some fun features on the party this week. Today I’m sharing: Easy Homemade Apple Cider; Spicy Jalapeno Cornbread; Dehydrating chopped tomatoes, and the Lazy Cook’s method for making homemade plum jelly (no peeling, no pitting, no pectin, no KIDDING! LOL)

    Love the hop, thanks for hosting!

    ~Taylor-Made Homestead~

  8. Thank you for hosting. Have a wonderful week. Remember, Bloggers Rule!

  9. Hi Helen, My post this week is about health benefits of caffeine. There is no recipe in this post, just information. I’ll leave it up to you as to whether it qualifies to be linked to your link party. Have a great week! Blessings, Janet

    • HelenFern says:

      Thanks Janet – I think it qualifies. Information about what we eat and drink is just as important as how we prepare it!

  10. Thanks for hosting, brought my Moist Chocolate Cake this week, enjoy..

  11. Thanks for hosting this fun party! -Journa, from the team at http://www.lollyjane.com

  12. Thanks for letting me know about this link party, Helen!

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