What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #253

I’m late – again!! Been feeling a little punky the last few days and I spent the entire day yesterday reading (Oh, and making banana bread for the neighbors that have been helping us with the yard work!). But I feel better today and need to get my behind moving.

We’re doing a “Yard Take Back” after no maintenance was done for over six years when my husband was ill.  And deep cleaning the house, room by room.

Breaking it down to zones A – K make it more manageable.

So what are you doing with this extra time? And while you’re doing all those things, … You still need to know…

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!):

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

I love checking out all the great things you’ve been making! Here are four of the most popular posts from last week – check them out, then share your own! Please remember, if you posted in the last thirty days or it doesn’t contain a recipe, it will be deleted. We really appreciate you helping us keep the ideas fresh!

So, here they are, drum roll…


The top most visited post was from the Healthy Helper – Just savor this Forbidden Black Rice Mango Salad. I love black rice and the flavors together in this dish are perfect together. I’m ready for dinner!

Dinner Forbidden Black Rice and Mango Salad | You'll experience a taste and flavor explosion upon first bite of this incredible Forbidden Black Rice Mango Salad. Sweet, savory, crunchy, and chewy...this vegan and gluten-free side dish has everything you crave. Filling, nutrient dense, and so tasty!


Check out this Citrus Yogurt Marinated Chicken from Slices of Life. It looks so moist and rich and full of flavors! I can just imagine this amazing dish bursting with flavor!



We love bean salad at our house, but we’ve never ventured from the most traditional of recipes. Well here’s one to try – a Mexican Bean Salad from Comfort Spring.



Ready for dessert? With summer just around the corner, these Coconut Cream Tartlets or Coconut Cream Pie from Cindy’s On-Line Recipe Box. I’m ready to pop one in my mouth!



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.

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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!

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15 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #253

  1. Miz Helen says:

    Your yard project looks amazing, what great neighbors to help you out. Hope you have a healthy happy week and thanks so much for the party!
    Miz Helen

  2. Both those bean salads look wonderful! And it looks like you’ve made a lot of progress on your garden. :)Thanks for hosting! I brought by some Chili Lime Kale Chips. Hope you enjoy. :)

  3. Marilyn says:

    Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 5-11 to 5-15 on my blog. On Tuesday was Crock Pot Chili Poor Man’s Style. Wednesday was GF Raspberry Lemonade Cake. Thursday was Easy Homemade GF Bread. And winding up this Week my How To Meal Plan 101. Enjoy!

  4. thanks for hosting, have a great week!

  5. Carol says:

    I’m so happy you liked the Mexican bean salad and appreciate the feature. Have a great week!

    • HelenFern says:

      It’s a fresh idea from a classic. I will be trying it soon! Thanks for sharing your delicousness every week.

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  8. 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.

    • HelenFern says:

      Thanks Tamy – I’m so honored to have you come to our party every single week and not only share your fabulous recipes, but taking the time to visit others. It’s bloggers like you that keep us going. Stay safe! And COOK ON!

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