On the menu this week are seven scrumptious dinners and great fall recipes! What’s on your dinner menu for this week? I have wonderful, delicious dinner recipes just waiting for you! So let’s dig in and eat well this week!


I could make this heritage chicken recipe in my sleep! Tomorrow is a busy, busy work day so I’ll be putting all the ingredients in my slow cooker and let it do the work! If you have not tried this recipe, you should. Very easy and a big family favorite!

Make it with bone-in chicken, skin on chicken so it will be very flavor filled.


Salmon makes an easy, healthy and fast weeknight meal. We eat it at least once a week! Yes, another amazing recipe from The Recipe Critic.




I’m all for a one pan dinner! Fewer dishes equals more time to enjoy the evening! And I really love how casserole type flavors meld together and become even more scrumptious than their parts. YUM! Thanks, Christy at The Girl Who Ate Everything.



This week’s soup is the ultimate comfort food! And so so good. I’ll make a double batch for lunches later this week.


I’ve had these really tasty baked tacos a couple times before! They are sooooo worth an encore at my dinner table. Yea, taco night! Thanks, Sara at Dinner At The Zoo.



I know good Philly food when I see it and this French Dip looks like something I would get on South Street! I’m a huge fan of chuck roast to cook low and slow for very beefy, tender meat! What a great weekend meal! Thanks, Sabrina from Dinner Than Dessert!



Chicken Marsala is one of my favorite dishes. Exquisite, with complex flavors and perfect for company! But easy enough for a weeknight meal. And fabulous for a big family dinner! 

Thanks, Alyssa from The Recipe Critic, one of my favorite foodie blogs!



This week’s treat is a breakfast one! I LOVE the idea a little cupcake for breakfast with a cup (or three) of coffee and a great piece of fruit.

I think I’ll try adding pumpkin puree for the bananas! Can’t wait to grab one of these delicious breakfast bites and go this week. Thanks, Katie at Chocolate Covered Katie!




Hope you have a SCRUMPTIOUS week!

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  1. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    I really like this menu. My husband and I have been on a weight loss program that sends us our food? and we are sick of eating out of boxes! SO! Your “On the Menu” weekly posts look so good that I am ready to get back in the kitchen and cook some of the delicious dishes you have shared. (Actually my husband cooks) We cancelled our boxed meals and we are working on our first weeks menu! I have learned that portion control and planning is the secret to healthy eating. Thanks again for inspiring me in a direction that is totally different from decorating.

    1. Hi Cecilia, I’m going a little lighter too. Even if a recipe is a bit calorie-laden I just eat a smaller portion. I would rather have less of delicious than more of just okay. You know what I mean?

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  2. Bettina Beilfuss says:

    I love your Nani’s sautéed chicken. How long is the cooking time in the slow cooker and do you make any other adjustments?

    1. I cook it on low for about 6 hours. Make sure the chicken is falling off the bone. It may need more time though. Not all slow cooker cook the same.

  3. Bravo! What a great idea! Love this. I’m sure this is incredibly delicious!

  4. This sounds yummy! I would definitely make it again!

  5. This recipe looks amazing! I’m so excited to try it! Thanks!

  6. WOW! Thank you for the recipe! It looks so delicious.

  7. Thank you for sharing this! I have made this so many times. Everyone that tries it, loves it!

  8. Suzanne Leicht says:

    I love your blog ! Lots of great recipes …. My family loves your apple cake . Can I use coconut oil in the recipe ?

    1. I think you probably could. Give it a try and let us know! I’m so glad your family is enjoying the apple cake. It is a big family favorite too.