What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #226

Can you believe 2019 is almost over? Where did it go? Crazy how fast time flies. It’s up to us to treasure each moment and make memories. This is the time of year that everyone gets so busy they forget to ponder the memories they have already made. I love looking back on the Thanksgivings past, when my dad decided we would start our meal going around the table and share one thing we were thankful for, and it couldn’t be the obvious. We had to think about it. It seemed a little silly at the time, but I think he knew we were making memories to be thankful for. What are your favorite Thanksgiving memories? And by the way…

what's for dinner?

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Looks like everyone is busy. There weren’t as many visitors this last week as normal, but there were still some great posts! Here are four of them, in no particular order..

Just look at this beautiful Pear and Pomegranate Salad from Comfort Springs. Those arils (seeds) look like beautiful rubies – and rich in health benefits too!

Pear & Pomegranate Salad


…And a Dash of Cinnamon posted this delicious Pumpkin Pie Protein Yogurt. A delicious and festive weekday breakfast!

Pumpkin Pie Protein Yogurt [Clean, Gluten Free, Low Carb]


This time of year is soup weather – the warm you from the inside out sort of soup. Check out this richly flavored dish from My Gluten Free Cucina – My Mother’s Chicken Escarole Soup.

soup for dinner


And just in time for turkey season, the Kitchen is my Playground shared a great tutorial on How to Dry Brine a Turkey: Step by Step. And if you’ve never had brined turkey, you’ll want to check this out! Unforgettable!

Roasted Dry-Brined Turkey on Roasting Pan Rack Image

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19 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #226

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  3. Carol says:

    Thanks for hosting and for featuring my Pear & Pomegranate Salad. Have a beautiful Sunday!

  4. Yay! I’m so excited to be a featured recipe this week. Thank you! Have a great week!

  5. Miz Helen says:

    Hope you are staying warm and cozy this weekend and thanks so much for the awesome party!
    Miz Helen

    • HelenFern says:

      It’s not too cold here in Oregon right now. We’ve dipped into the 30s last week and we’re in the 50s this week. I’m hoping for snow soon!! Hope you’re curled up by a fire staying warm! And thank you for sharing your amazing, comforting dishes every week. I wish I was your neighbor. I’d be “visiting” often!! LOL

  6. Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 11-4 to 11-8 on my blog. On Tuesday morning was a Cranberry Apple Relish. Wednesday was Fried Brussel Sprouts with Honey Sriracha Glaze. And to top of Thanksgiving sides is Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes the Ultimate Way. Enjoy!

  7. Tamy says:

    Thank you for the inspiring ideas and recipes – GREAT party as always. Have a WONDERFUL week.

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  10. That pear and pom salad looks scrumptious! Thanks for hosting! I brought by some Pumpkin Spice Muffins. Hope you enjoy.

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