What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #225

Halloween is over and a lot of people are already in Christmas mode. It seems me some folks go from gimme gimme Halloween to gimme gimme Christmas. Please don’t get me wrong – I love both of the holidays. But I also treasure the time in between where I can reflect on all the beauty in my life – all the wonderful things I have to be thankful for, like my amazing family – the joy I get from my day job – the beauty of watching the wind blow the leaves or the snow fall. Just the mere fact that I can see it is cause for thanksgiving. So what are you thankful for this month? Oh, and …

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Boy were them some fun posts last week! Something for every course – And here are the top four most visited posts.

The most visited was also one of my favorites. Roasted Veggie Medley Round up from Ever Ready. Some great, wintery veggies for any meal.


Nancy on the Home Front shared this beautiful dish that would be great for brunch – Almond Crescents with Burnt Butter Icing. Awesome!


Speaking of burnt butter – How about browned butter? Check out these Brown Butter Sugar Cookie Recipe from Fat Dad Foodie. I am ready for a bite!


And here’s a treat to go with those cookies! You like s’mores? Then you’ll love this Smores Milkshake from Marilyn’s Treats!

Smores Milkshake Shakes are so easy to make and offer and this one only needs 6 basic ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.

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17 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #225

  1. Irene says:

    Hi, Helen! I love the fall and Thanksgiving, as well, because all you give is thanks, and you get to share a meal with loved ones. I missed the Canadian one this year because I was in Mexico, so I am thankful for another chance to celebrate the American one this month. I also missed your last party since, as part of my trip, I attended one of my niece’s wedding that weekend, so many thanks for hosting every week, I am glad to be back! I am sharing #7 Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Patties. Have a wonderful week!

    • HelenFern says:

      I’m so glad you’re back too! I have missed some of my favorite parties recently – just too busy to get there on time – so I totally understand. Gotta go check out your patties! They sound great!

  2. So excited for Thanksgiving. It’s my favorite holiday. I love that one of the top posts from last week was roasted veggies! I love them so much!

  3. Nancy W says:

    Thank you so much for the mentioning my Almond Crescents, they were so delicious, sure didn’t last long in our house! Thanks for hosting each week!

  4. Miz Helen says:

    Hope you are enjoying your Sunday, it is a lovely crisp fall day here. Have a great week and thanks so much for the party!
    Miz Helen

  5. Thank you for featuring my milkshake!! Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 10-28 to 11-1 on my blog. On Tuesday morning was a Raspberry Custard Pie. Wednesday I posted a Blackberry Cobbler. Wrapping up this week of fruity pies, cobblers and tarts I highlighted a Key Lime Tart. Enjoy!

  6. Tamy says:

    Another GREAT party – THANK YOU for hosting. I brought my PIRI PIRI CHICKEN, PEPPERED COLESLAW and BACON WRAPPED SPAM BITES to the party. I hope you have a FANTASTIC week.

  7. I love the flavor of brown butter, so those cookies sound like a wonderful idea! Thanks for hosting! I brought by some Hasselback Potatoes. Hope you enjoy.

  8. Jenna says:

    Thank you Helen! I agree, let’s not rush to Christmas, I think of November as kind of a lull, a time to catch my breath before the holiday hustle bustle! With Thanksgiving so late this year, it should be a busy December!

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