Where do you get your recipes from? Family? Cookbooks? My blog (oh, please!)? My favorite place to hunt recipes is on Pinterest. You can follow my Foodie Fun board HERE. I have a huge stash of cookbook I still readinf like romance novels but Pinterest has so many recipes that are from tried and true culinary bloggers. Foodie blogs are my guilty pleasure! When I have a few minutes in a day I check out what’s cooking on my favorite blogs and Pinterest! Now here’s what’s on the menu this week!
Listen to episode #187 below…
Look for a post about why I menu plan this week. If you like ON THE MENU you will love this post!
I’m a casserole gal! I do love when delicious flavors marry into a culinary treat. I can’t wait to try this easy peasy recipe! And I think it will be an amazing addition to take to a potluck!
This is a “pantry” recipe. I usually have everything on hand in my pantry and frig!
- FRENCH ONION CHICKEN AND RICE CASSEROLE
- SAUTEED GREEN BEANS WITH GARLIC AND CHILI PEPPER FLAKES
- ALMOND CRUSTED HALIBUT WITH LEMON GARLIC BUTTER
- PERFECTLY ROASTED ASPARAGUS
- SALAD GREENS WITH LEMONY VINAIGRETTE TO LAY HALIBUT ON
These fajitas are a huge family favorite. They were first made my sister Lisa, the chef. And we all LOVE them. If you try one thing this week Killer Fajitas should be it!
- KILLER FAJITAS
- ALL THE FIXINS’
I call pesto “green gold”. I think it is one of my favorite flavor profiles. I make my own and (not bragging, just truth) it is simply the best! I’ll use my own frozen pesto for this dish. You can see the recipe HERE. Or find the pesto at Costco in the refrigerator section. It’s pretty good! And that’s saying something I am a pesto snob.
This recipe looks and sounds amazing!
I love easy recipes for when my day is ultra busy! Dump and bake sounds great to me! I’ll be using Grandma Lo Bianco’s meatballs that I have in the freezer. They are so worth making ahead and keeping on hand. I’ll just thaw and quarter them and add them to the casserole.
Quiche makes a wonderful dinner! And it’s even company worthy. If you are feeding a family crowd make a couple and add a great fresh side dish and you have dinner! That’s what I’m doing.
You can see my Mile High Quiche HERE, an oldie but goodie post from my first year as a blogger. Wow, my photography has come a long long way! What’s lacking in the image department is made up with the oh, so yummy recipe!
Onions and herbs are such a delicious combination! My chives are up in the garden so I’ll be using them.
SUNDAY- FAMILY DINNER- SLOW COOKER MEAL
I love to have a family meal on Sunday. So whoever is around can come over and enjoy a meal and some quality time together. But I don’t like slaving in the kitchen. A pot roast (made with chuck roast- my favorite) is a great way to have a meal that is Sunday Dinner worthy and delicious!
Take a look at how Laurie preps her food. So so smart!
TREAT OF THE WEEK
This delicious and easy shortcake is not served as a dessert at StoneGable. We add lots of milk and it is one of our favorite breakfasts. I guess you could eat it for dessert… or lunch… or dinner. It’s that good. If you come to StoneGable as a weekend guest in the spring or summer you will probably be served StoneGable Strawberry Shortcake (or whatever berry is in season) for at least one breakfast!
Hope you have a scrumptious week my friend!