ON THE MENU WEEK OF NOV 12TH- A week's worth of scrumptious recipes waiting for you all in one convenient place.

When life gets busy and hectic as it does when we come into the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons don’t forget to plan your meals and eat well. We need good food to nourish us and give us energy for living a full and happy life!!!! Take time for important things like sitting down with the family to eat and talk and love on each other! Here’s what’s on the menu this week…

Today on Decorating Tips And Tricks we are talking about WHERE TO PUT YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE AND HANG YOUR CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS. Do you put them in the same place every year? Listen below for some new ideas…

Listen to episode 123…

You can listen to any or all DTT episodes HERE.


Cheater’s Chicken Pot Pie is a wonderful family dinner! And I make it in individual servings. That always makes everyone feel so special!

I use puff pastry instead of pie dough. Much easier and super flaky!


I grew up eating salmon cakes using salmon from a can. And I loved them. But when I tried these scrumptious bites from Natasha’s Kitchen I was surprised at the depth of flavor and just how utterly heavenly a real salmon cake could be! This recipe is a must try!!!!



I’ve always wanted to try Famous Butter Chicken. The recipe is perfect for a weeknight meal!!! Thanks, Cakescottage for the recipe.




I must sound like a broken record, but soup is one of our favorite things to eat for dinner. We like a hearty soup filled with layers and layers of flavor. I usually make extra to freeze. A freezer full of soup is a happy freezer!



I thought this recipe from Aunt Bee’s Recipes looked so tasty and filling that I just had to give it a try! Bobby will be delighted!!!! And we can eat the leftovers for lunches in crusty rolls!



Who doesn’t love Spanakopita? What’s not to love? Pillows of crisp phyllo layered with a creamy spinach filling. What a great way to start the weekend! Oh YUM!!!!!!



I can usually make pasta carbonara with things I already have in my frig and pantry. It is the quintessential bacon and eggs pasta. This recipe is so so easy! It’s creamy and full of comforting flavors! Make it when you are short on time and hungry!!!!



Don’t these look luscious? I can’t wait to try Salted Nut Squares from Bake Or Break!


Bake Or Break


Hope your week is scrumptious!


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ON THE MENU WEEK OF NOV 12TH- A week's worth of scrumptious recipes waiting for you all in one convenient place.


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  1. Thank you for the tasty-looking recipes. I will try a few of these!

  2. Thanks for all the terrific ideas! Always need help with the menu. These all look delicious!

  3. The Famous Butter Chicken sounds delicious!

  4. My mom used to make fish cakes but it fell off my radar. Trying these!

  5. Jonne Molesky says:

    Looking forward to trying the salted nut squares!

  6. I am excited to try the slow cooker soup recipe. It will be perfect for the busy days ahead. FYI- there is Gilmore Girls short season called -a year in the life that has 4 episodes that tie it all together on Netflix.

  7. Norma Rolader says:

    Absolutely scruptelicious menu and thank you for sharing

  8. Nancy Davies says:

    I’m loving the sound of the Italian sausage one. Really look forward to your weekly menu selection.

  9. Oh my, how can one chooses when all of these yummy looking recipes looks amazing.

  10. Definitely made my “what to make for dinner this week” easier! Not a salmon lover, but will adjust using crab instead. Everything looks delicious.

  11. Wow! Great diverse menu!

  12. Thanks a bunch for the menus! This busy momma gets the what’s for dinner blues on occasion. These are helpful and give us a taste of something new! My kiddos like “pink fish” so I’m sure the salmon cakes will be a hit.