What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #81

From dawning light to setting sun – a parents job is never done.

And one of those jobs includes answering the question…

“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 with recipe posts will be deleted).

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

A HUGE thanks to everyone that shared last week!  There were so many amazing recipes.

A little late with the features this week!!  ACK! Well here they are now, the top four posts – Please stop by ad visit them – let them know how awesome they are!

The most visited post is was this delicious looking Orange Juice bread from Best of Long Island and Central Florida

Game day is right around the corner and Mother 2 Mother shared these amazing 20 Game Day Finger Licking Good Wing Recipes!

chicken wing recipes

With this cold weather we’ve been having, these 25 Delicious Soup Recipes from All that’s Jaz is perfect!

25 soup recipe round up - All that's Jas

And the forth most visited post is from PenNny Lane – a delicious Hungarian Gullasch Stew!

My Hungarian Gullasch Stew, a great winter dish to warm you up during these cold months. Get the recipe on my blog: www.pennnylane.dk

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 rules –

  1. 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).   Please do not share posts that focus on sales of any kind.
  2. Make sure you post something NEW – Not something you  posted recently
  3. Visit some of the other party goers!!  That’s what makes it a party!

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!

And now on to the PARTY!



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12 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #81

  1. Pingback: Do it Yourself – Link up #42 | Pleasures of the Northwest

  2. I’m not sure my shared post “Cooking Most Evenings” really fits into your theme for this party. It won’t hurt my feelings if you need to delete it. I’ve begun a new series called *Fitness after 50* and this particular post is how we keep up with grocery shopping and meal planning. Thanks for hosting this great party! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    • HelenFern says:

      I think it fits in. Those of us who cook a lot like a break from time to time – just a note, the coupon link didn’t work.
      Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Thank you for hosting. Have a great week!

  4. Miz Helen says:

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

  5. That Orange Juice Bread looks so good and thanks for this awesome party..

  6. Teresa says:

    Thank you for hosting, and have a wonderful week!

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