Saturday, July 22, 2017

Whats For Dinner Next Week 7-23-17

We enjoyed having our daughter from Oregon visit us last week, it is so nice to have a chance to visit with family and friends that live so far away.

We have passed another mile stone here at the cottage, I made my very first blog post 7 years ago on July 18, 2010. On August 18, 2010, just one month later  I posted Whats For Dinner Next Week, and have published our weekly meal plan every week since. When I first started publishing our family meal plan every week, I included a weekly feature recipe and the one on this post is still one of our favorites. I want to say Thank You To each one of you who have been on this journey with me and helped to make Miz Helen's Country Cottage so special to me. I look forward to interacting with you each week and made so many wonderful blogging friends here through these years. You are very dear to my heart and I treasure you friendships, thanks for being here!

Whats For Dinner Next Week at Miz Helen's Country Cottage


St. Louis Oven to Grill Ribs

Grilled Fruit Salad

Texas Squash Casserole

Frozen Fruit Salad Pie

Meatless Monday
Southwest Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Miz Helen's Guacamole

Garden to Table Canned Salsa

Left Over
Frozen Fruit Salad Pie

Ladies Luncheon

Fruit and Cheese Flatbread

Curried Chicken Salad with Sliced Melon

Retro Strawberry Ice Box Dessert


Spanish Rice Casserole

Lettuce Tub Salad

Left Over 
Retro Strawberry Ice Box Dessert

Full Plate Thursday


Sheet Pan Herbed Tilapia

Fresh Black Eyed Peas

El Rancho Corn Salad

Fresh Sliced Garden Tomatoes

Rollo Poke Cake at Cooking With Carlee

Weekend Brunch

Glazed Donut Muffins

Berries and More Salad

Hope you are having a great summer so far and are able to spend some quality time with friends and family. Have a great week and come back to see us real soon!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen

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  1. Congrats on your blogaversary Miz Helen! My 5 year is coming up Aug 1 and guess what, one of the first posts I did was on oven ribs with a method very similar to yours! Great cooks think alike! This is truly a great way to make successful ribs every time~ last week we tried a new recipe cooking pre-sauced ribs very low indirect on a green egg grill and they burned to a crisp in 2 hours! My husband said, from now on I would be cooking the ribs in the oven! Have a great week~

  2. Happy blogaversary! That's very exciting. I'm so glad you share your delicious recipes with us.

  3. It all looks so amazing! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner Link up!


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