Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Good Eats Features

Thanks for all the goodies shared last week in our Cookie Swap Blog Hop
Now that we've covered dessert, let's talk dinner!

Some days for dinner you want something new, 
but also something you know is tried, true, and not overly complicated. 
Over the past month I've been scouring our Tuesday Talk link-up for recipes just like these.
I cannot wait to try each of these this Fall and Winter!


I sometimes think I could eat chili every day and not get tired of it. I'm excited to employ Nan of Granny Fabulosa's three secrets for perfect chili sometimes soon. 

My allergy to clams has always taken chowder off the menu for me. When Lynda at Reviews, Chews & How To's shared her Salmon Chowder recipe, I knew I had to add it to my list to try.

When we were first dating, B told me about the hamburger soup his mother used to make when he was little. I had never heard of it before and forgot about it until I saw Anastasia at Anawins' Thick and Creamy Cheeseburger Soup. I'm excited to see what the hubby thinks.


Pork tenderloin is a family favorite. Ashley at Mommy Wants Coffee's Pork Tenderloin marinade will be a great way to mix it up for us.


My Italian grandma spoiled me so much that anyone else's recipe never seems to match up, that's why when I go out for Italian I usually order something with an Alfredo sauce (a sauce she never made, so I have no comparison!). I've never attempted a recipe with it at home and Shannon at Of the Hearth's Penne Festival caught my eye as a great place to start.


Mexican food has always been my go to meal. It can be as simple as opening a can and a bag of chips, but even the more involved recipes are just as simple. A Bountiful Love's Low Calorie Huevos Rancheros had me drooling right away.

A good friend of mine married a man of Lebanese descent and the Lebanese food we were able to sample was spectacular. A Little Bit of Emily's Beef Fasolia looks like it is something that could quickly become a staple in our home. 

Who wouldn't want to eat Dinner-in-a-Pumpkin? Monica at A Beautiful Mess' hearty recipe is festive and adorable. I'm sure you'll be able to find a spare pumpkin this time of year to try it out with me.


Cornbread really is the ultimate dinner bread, like Heaven is Smiling Above says.
Pairing cornbread with any soup or stew takes dinner from average to special.
I always forget how easy it is to make!

I have been craving salads and this Fall Spinach Salad from Cathy at Three Kids and a Fish has everything I love: spinach, fruit, nuts, and a flavorful cheese.

Thank you for all who shared their recipes this past month especially the ladies featured above!
Keep the recipes coming!

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  1. Yum, all these recipes look so good! If you end up making the beef fasolia, I hope you like it! It's definitely a favorite for me!

  2. The cornbread recipe looks wonderful as does the fall salad!! Yum! Thanks for the ideas!!

  3. Thanks for sharing my Penne Festival recipe! I hope others enjoy it as much as we have.

  4. Thank you very much for featuring the Low Calorie Huevos Rancheros! I really do appreciate it :) Hope your having a great week!


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