What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #247

Dinner? You want dinner?

This has been a crazy year – like everyone else I need a do over. It all started with my husband’s health spiraling downward. And just when things started getting better, the new coronavirus reared it’s ugly head in my neck of the woods.

And here we are at the end of the first quarter of the year and what do have to show for it? Two weeks of captivity with many more to go. And then my husband keeps asking me…


what's for dinner?

  This is the home of a collection of fabulous recipes! A collaboration of ideas ~ And we want yours!

It’s What’s for Dinner!

So come on in and party with us!

Share as many as five RECIPES you haven’t shared in the last month!

               Remember, be sure there is an edible recipe in your post.

 Here are the some delicious ideas that were shared last week (and not just for dinner!):


 Please stop by and visit our featured bloggers – next week might be you!

Thanks for sharing your great food last week. There are some amazing dishes to try out there! If you did visit last week, I suggest you go back and check it out! You can just click on the photo above. I would have liked to feature them all!

But in the spirit of time, we can only feature four. And here are the four most visited posts of last week…

Let’s start with cookies! Who doesn’t love a warm cookie while your sheltering in place? Here’s one I bet you already have all the ingredients for. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies from Petals, Pies and Otherwise.

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Who doesn’t love macaroni and cheese, but it’s hard when you have to avoid gluten. The Hungry Mountaineer shared this incredible recipe for Gluten-Free Cauliflower “Macaroni” and Cheese with Spicy Hot Links – Oh my mouth is already watering!



I love roasted vegetables – well, I love roasted anything. But these One Pan Oven Roasted Vegetables from Just Simple Somethings have my taste buds dancing!



And finally, a recipe that reminds me of my childhood. My mom made a dish very similar to the one shared by Scratch Made Food – How to make Fried Mashed Potatoes, My Grandmother’s Potato Cakes.


So are you ready to get cookin’ now?

Then grab a button if you were featured and share it on your post!

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And finally, it’s your turn to make us hungry! You can share up to FIVE recipes – but please remember, this is a food party only!!  And be sure to link to the website that has the recipe – no FaceBook or Pintrest pages please.

 If you shared a post in the last 30 days, please share something different! Repeat posts will be deleted. And thanks in advance! 

We want people coming back every week. If our recipes are the same ones every week, people will stop coming by

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Thank you for playing along!

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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 of RECIPES!

And now it’s time to start the recipe party! Spread the word.

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21 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #247

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  2. Thanks so much for featuring this awesome recipe! I literally made this again last night and it’s seriously the recipe I’m obsessed with right now!

  3. Miz Helen says:

    Hope you are having a good week and staying healthy, it is nice to come to the party and continue to enjoy some things we normally participate in. Thanks so much for the party and take care!
    Miz Helen

  4. I’m with you on the cookies! Thanks for hosting! I brought by some Salmon Fried Rice. Hope you enjoy. :) Stay safe and healthy!

  5. Katy says:

    Thank you for the feature and hosting each week! Stay safe!

  6. Tamy says:

    THANK YOU again for hosting a great party and keeping some normalcy for us during these trying times. Dropping by from #ChasingMYLife to bring you my CROCK POT MOO SHU CHICKEN AND ONION PANCAKES, BAKED HAM & CHEESE SANDWICHES, and COCOA FUDGE BROWNIES. I’m looking forward to visiting links over the next few days. I hope you’re having a WONDERFUL week.

  7. Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 3-30 to 4-3-20 on my blog. On Tuesday was a Brownie Cheesecake No Bake. Wednesday was my Hershey’s Best Brownie, Thursday was a Hot Brownie Cake. And winding up this Week of Brownies is Tip Friday Keeping Baked Goods Fresh. Enjoy!

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  9. Thank you so much for featuring my Grandmother’s Fried Mashed Potatoes! Have a great week, take care.

  10. Suzy Godfrey says:

    Thank you for featuring my roasted vegetable recipe! We’ve been having this twice a week. And thank you for hosting!

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