ON THE MENU WEEK OF JULY 16TH
SORRY, sweet friends that this post is a little late. I’m returning from Charleston SC where I attended Haven, a home decor, and diy convention. WOW! I learned so much and can’t wait to implement some fun new things into StoneGable. Right now I am in the car on my way home. I’ve never posted from the car and believe me, it’s not that easy. Here’s what’s on the menu this week…
MONDAY – SOUP DAY
This gorgeous and easy to make Tomato Tortellini Soup from Belly Full will certainly be a StoneGable family favorite. I love easy and oh, so yummy recipes.
- 15 MINUTE TOMATO TORTELLINI SOUP
- CRUSTY BREAD WITH CHEESE
I’m a huge fan of Salmon. And it’s so good for us too! I think you will love this easy and scrumptious recipe
- MAYONNAISE CRUSTED BAKED SALMON
- GRILLED ASPARAGUS
- TOMATOES, FRESH MOZZARELLA, AND BASIL SALAD
Oh, I love artichokes. And this recipe from Proud Italian Cook looks so amazing I could almost like my computer screen!
- CAPRESE GRILLED FISH
- GRILLED ARTICHOKE WITH GARLIC AND CHEESE
Have you tried mashed cauliflower? It is wonderful! And adding cheddar cheese, sour cream and bacon makes it even better! YUM!
- RIBEYE STEAKS ON THE GRILL
- LOADED CAULIFLOWER
Look at this gorgeous recipe from Jo Cooks, a new-to-me foodie site. Gorgeous food and images! A must see!
If you have a crowd coming for dinner this is a F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S recipe! So easy to make and everyone loves it! Make it easy and feed a whole crowd!
- FRENCH BREAD PIZZA
- SALAD CUPS
Some recipes bring back wonderful memories. And my Nani’s Sauteed Chicken is not only scrumptious but it is also filled with delicious memories of my grandmother’s kitchen. Posting this recipe was like giving all who read it a gift! You will love it… and maybe it will spark memories for your family someday too!
- NANI’S SAUTEED CHICKEN
- MASHED POTATOES
- ROASTED BROCCOLI
- GARDEN TOMATOES
TREAT OF THE WEEK…
Summer is the perfect time to make this recipe ahead and have it on hand. YUM best describes this ice cream treat!
Have a scrumptious week!
So nice to get some menu ideas when this hot summer weather has kinda dulled my cooking imagination Think I will do the shrimp dish tonight and the salmon for Friday night. Glad you had a great time in Charelston and can’t wait to see what new things you learned.
I love Charleston, but was so so busy I barely got out to see it’s beauty. But I did learn a whole lot to make StoneGable a better blog and brand for my wonderful readers!
Everything looks sooooo yummy especially the tortellini soup.You are so lucky to have gone to Charleston,I love it there,so beautiful.
Okay, I for one, TOTALLY forgive you for being late on this post! LOL! 😉 Great job posting from the car! 😉 My tummy is still on Charleston time, as I was starving at 10:30 this morning. That Berry Crisp looks amazing, and Salmon is my fave fish! Thanks, Yvonne! Hugs!
xo to you my friend!
So you were in your car on the way home. That means you weren’t driving and blogging. Correct?The Soup and the Loaded Cauliflower are a must. Items are already on the shopping list.