What’s for Dinner?

Posted by on September 18, 2011 in food | 4 comments

What’s For Dinner is a weekly post that highlights the best & worst recipes I made for dinner over the last week.

Best things I made:

braised chicken in sun-dried tomato cream sauce

Braised Chicken in Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce – yummy! I served it over a little bit of pasta and it was super good. I was looking for ways to use up my jar of sun-dried tomatoes.

Grandma’s Mushroom Soup – This is from my family cookbook – it’s my grandmother’s recipe for mushroom soup and it is yummy. For the recipe, check out my guest post over at A Turtle’s Life for Me.

Italian Chicken Soup – One word – YUM. This soup is incredible. I didn’t have celery, so I threw in some squash, mushrooms and carrots. It was delish. I can’t wait to eat the leftovers.

Roasted Banana and Blueberry babyfood – ok, I know most people don’t taste babyfood, but this stuff smelled so good. It’s from the Tyler Florence book I reference in my babyfood post…I wanted to eat it. Yes, I wanted to eat babyfood and the baby gobbled it up.

 

Worst thing I made:

Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Thingies – Ok, so these are not gross…they are amazing, but I could eat 1,000 of them and they are not the healthiest thing (bacon & cream cheese…yum)…that’s why they are the worst thing I made this week.

4 Comments

  1. I made the Italian soup tonight and it is delish! I even put some in the blender for Jackson and he loves it!

    • Michelle, I’m so glad you liked it! We ate the leftovers and they were delicious too!

  2. Hey Lady! I am looking for some guest bloggers for October to share fun Halloween crafts and recipes. What do you think? Want to join in the fun?

    • Danielle, I would love to! Let me know more details and I’ll put something together!

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