Whats For Dinner Next Week 2-4-18

Happy February


The love month has arrived and it is the big game weekend for all of our football fans. None of our teams made it to the big bowl this year, but we enjoy the fellowship and all the great food that we will have on our meal plan. We have actually had a couple of warm days so we have been able to get out in the garden and plant the onions. I love it when we can get back in the garden to do a little planting. Meal Planning will be fun this week as we have a couple of events to look forward to. 

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



















Left Over
Cherry Cake









Tossed Green Salad







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Left Over
Orange Pie


Weekend Brunch



Berries and More


Spending time with you every week is very special to me and I sure hope that you will take away some inspiration to make a meal plan for your family. Have a fantastic week and come back to see us real soon!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen

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Comments

  1. I love pimiento cheese, but have never tried it for mac and cheese, great idea Miz Helen! Your week looks delicious, have fun with your game day spread!
    Jenna

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  2. wow...if I ate like this all week, I would weigh 200 lbs...lol...it all looks wonderful and I've been hungry for meatloaf, mashed potatoes and green beans...I must try your slow cooker meat loaf.

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  3. Everything looks delicious! Especially love Grandma's Creamed Peas and Potatoes!

    Happy Gardening!

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  4. My husband would go nuts over the creamed peas and potatoes! Myself, I need that chicken and rice casserole....Oh the choices! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party - have a fabulous week!

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  5. We had what looks like a very similar chicken and rice casserole this weekend and I am still enjoying the leftovers. :) I am intrigued by the idea of making meatloaf in the crock pot. I must try that as it seems to take forever in the oven.

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  6. Those peas and potatoes look delicious - can't wait for fresh spring produce. And cherry cake was always my favorite as a kid. In fact, my wedding cake was cherry. I haven't had it in ages, though.

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  7. Those peas and potatoes look delicious - can't wait for fresh spring produce. And cherry cake was always my favorite as a kid. In fact, my wedding cake was cherry. I haven't had it in ages, though.

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  8. the dishes you shared look delicious I love to switch out my menu monthly thanks for offering a few new ideas

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  9. I'm sharing this post on the Hearth and Soul Facebook page, Miz Helen. There are so many lovely comfort food recipes here this week. I'm really taken with Grandma's Creamed Peas and Potatoes - my family will love this recipe! Have a lovely week ahead, and thank you for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party.

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