What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #74

I’m shopping – I’m working – I’m wrapping presents….

Shipping, sipping, trying to get it all done…


What’s for Dinner?”

What's for Dinner-

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

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, travel posts or non food posts will be deleted).

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!

The most visited post was also one of my favorites.  I love my bread machine, but I get tired of the boxed stuff.  Thanks to 3 Boys and a Dog, here are 40+ Bread and Bread Machine Recipes.

Bread Machine Recipes

Ever run out of vanilla extract and dread buying more -it’s pretty expensive for the good stuff.  How about some DIY Vanilla Extract from Morsels of Life.


Our family doesn’t do a big Christmas dinner.  When we realized we ate appetizers all day and just weren’t hungry for a meal, we started sharing appetizers – Well Naptime Creations shared a wonderful Holiday Appetizer Buffet!  Start a new tradition!

Holiday Appetizer Buffet for Easy Entertaining ready-made-purchases-3-easy-recipes-the-perfect-christmas-entertaining-from-nap-time-creations

Looking for a flavorful meal – all in one bowl.  Here is an amazing West African Peanut Stew from Sumptous Spoonfuls.

West African Peanut Stew

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 we had some great participation!

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 – I even check to see if you have any interesting ads).  

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.

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


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!

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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!

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


And now on to the PARTY!



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35 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #74

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  3. I love that post regarding recipes with bread machines. I am happy to be back at What’s For Dinner party. I am having something for a main course and dessert as well. ;) Have a lovely weekend!

    • HelenFern says:

      Oh yum – thanks for sharing both the delicious little pies and the wonderful spicy Korean beef – Have a wonderful day and thanks for coming tot he party!

  4. Courtney says:

    Thank you for hosting! Hope your weekend has been great so far! :)

  5. Emmi says:

    I’m sharing the first here at this wonderful party! ;-) Great features! Pinned all of them, shared the party on twitter, commented on my favourites posts! ;-)
    Great to be here and thank you for hosting this party!
    I wish you a wonderful weekend and a good start to the new week!
    – Emmi

  6. Boy there are some good looking recipes, the Santa Bars look interesting.
    Have a wonderful day!

  7. Patti Estep says:

    So many great ideas, which are especially good this busy time of year

  8. Thank you so much for the party, Helen! I’m only sharing one link to my easy homemade Christmas Baileys but I’m including a pretty FREE printable in the post. Hope your holiday planning is going smooth and stress-free! XO

  9. Hope youre getting all your christmas shopping done! Thanks for hosting!

  10. How fun is that Appetizer buffet? I love that idea for New Year’s! Thank you for the party!

  11. Thank you for hosting. Be safe this week!

  12. Miz Helen says:

    Hope you are having a great weekend and thanks so much for the party!
    Miz Helen

  13. I love your features this week and thanks for hosting another wonderful party.

    • HelenFern says:

      It’s getting harder and harder to choose features – so many awesome ideas being shared! Thanks for being a part of the fun!

  14. Thanks for a lovely party! I have added your party list on my blog and its a link back to your lovely party! Its a pleasure to be here, looks like lots of lovely recipes.

  15. Heidi says:

    Thanks for a fun link party!

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  18. Thank you for hosting, I am happy to come and be a part of the party.

  19. Thanks for featuring my DIY vanilla extract! It makes a great gift and is so easy to make. :)

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