Stuff I’ve Gotta Share and You’ve Gotta See

Here’s another fun post:  Stuff I’ve Gotta Share and You’ve Gotta See

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If you still have some leftovers… here’s a good place to look for making something with those turkey leftovers : 10 CASSEROLE RECIPES USING LEFTOVER TURKEY – all of these recipes work with using leftover chicken too.  So check ’em out!

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Stuff I’ve Gotta Share and You’ve Gotta See

Here’s another fun post:  Stuff I’ve Gotta Share and You’ve Gotta See

10-Casserole-Recipes-Using-Leftover-Chicken-or-Turkey

If you still have some leftovers… here’s a good place to look for making something with those turkey leftovers : 10 CASSEROLE RECIPES USING LEFTOVER TURKEY – all of these recipes work with using leftover chicken too.  So check ’em out!

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Weekly Menu Plan #24

Here’s an all-new weekly menu plan to help you with figuring out what to make for dinner next week!

Weekly Menu Plan - a great collection of dinner recipes including side dishes, salads and desserts to help you with your weekly menu!

We are on week TWENTY FOUR of our weekly menu plan! We hope you have been enjoying each week of the recipes specifically designed to help you in your recipe planning.   We have gotten together with some of our favorite food bloggers to bring you this custom weekly menu plan. We are sharing some of our favorite recipe ideas for you to use as you are planning out your meals for the week.

Here’s a little about how we plan our week:  Mondays are all about soup and salad.  Tuesdays we are bringing you delicious Mexican cuisine.  Wednesdays are a taste of Italy.  Thursdays are designed around yummy sandwiches, burgers, and wraps.  Fridays are a no cook day around here. Going out with friends and loved ones is something that we think is important. It’s your night off from cooking- enjoy!  Saturdays are an exotic food night, it’s a great night to try something new, from cooking with seafood, to trying Indian or Thai dishes.  Sundays are a traditional old fashioned all American family dinner- think meat and potatoes.  There will also always be a couple of delectable desserts to use any day you wish.

Just click any of the recipe titles or photos below to get the recipe.   A new weekly menu plan will be posted every Saturday morning so be sure to check back each week!

HERE’S THE PLAN FOR WEEK #24:

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Whole Wheat Double Dark Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Here’s a healthier chocolate cookie recipe to try:  Whole Wheat Double Dark Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Whole Wheat Double Dark Chocolate Brownie Cookies Recipe

I love it when I can bake cookies and call them somewhat healthy :)  That’s what these are.  They’re made with 100% whole wheat flour (you can also opt to use buckwheat flour).  You may also choose to use coconut oil over the butter that is called for in the recipe- it’s up to you. The result is a fudgy brownie-type cookie with extra chocolate chips packed in.  They’re perfect for chocolate lovers who like to bake with whole grains.

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Whole Wheat Double Dark Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Here’s a healthier chocolate cookie recipe to try:  Whole Wheat Double Dark Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Whole Wheat Double Dark Chocolate Brownie Cookies Recipe

I love it when I can bake cookies and call them somewhat healthy :)  That’s what these are.  They’re made with 100% whole wheat flour (you can also opt to use buckwheat flour).  You may also choose to use coconut oil over the butter that is called for in the recipe- it’s up to you. The result is a fudgy brownie-type cookie with extra chocolate chips packed in.  They’re perfect for chocolate lovers who like to bake with whole grains.

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Apple Cider Sangria

Apple Cider Sangria is the perfect way to enjoy sangria on a crisp Fall night!

Apple Cider Sangria

Sangria is one of my favorite cocktails to make (and to drink) because there are so many different ways to make it, using different fruits, juices, wines and liquors, the possibilities are endless. It’s also one of my favorite cocktails to serve at a party, setting up a do-it-yourself sangria bar is a fun way to get your friends involved, and also give you a break from the bar!

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Apple Cider Sangria

Apple Cider Sangria is the perfect way to enjoy sangria on a crisp Fall night!

Apple Cider Sangria

Sangria is one of my favorite cocktails to make (and to drink) because there are so many different ways to make it, using different fruits, juices, wines and liquors, the possibilities are endless. It’s also one of my favorite cocktails to serve at a party, setting up a do-it-yourself sangria bar is a fun way to get your friends involved, and also give you a break from the bar!

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London Hotel Review: The Bull and the Hide

This is the second in a short series about my travels to London, England.  When I was trying to plan this trip, I Googled “London Hotel Reviews” and came up with very little, so my hope is that this post will be helpful to others who are planning a trip to London.

The Bull and The Hide

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THE HOTEL:  The Bull and the Hide

  • Location:  The City of London- London’s primary financial district … just a short walk from Liverpool Street Station.  The hotel has 7 uniquely styled boutique hotel rooms and is located directly between Bishopsgate and Devonshire Square (Devonshire Row is an alley that you can’t drive into… it’s best to be dropped off in Devonshire Square and roll your luggage down the alley). It’s a 37 minute drive from London Heathrow Airport.  Here’s the company I used for airport transportation while in London:  http://www.the-chauffeur-company.co.uk.  If you are already in London and are looking for transportation to this hotel, here’s some advice for you:  do not take Uber!  The Uber drivers in London are not skilled enough on the difficult street patterns and routes to figure out where they’re taking you.  I had two horrible experiences with Uber in London.  The taxi drivers know what they’re doing- take a taxi!

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London Hotel Review: The Bull and the Hide

This is the second in a short series about my travels to London, England.  When I was trying to plan this trip, I Googled “London Hotel Reviews” and came up with very little, so my hope is that this post will be helpful to others who are planning a trip to London.

The Bull and The Hide

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THE HOTEL:  The Bull and the Hide

  • Location:  The City of London- London’s primary financial district … just a short walk from Liverpool Street Station.  The hotel has 7 uniquely styled boutique hotel rooms and is located directly between Bishopsgate and Devonshire Square (Devonshire Row is an alley that you can’t drive into… it’s best to be dropped off in Devonshire Square and roll your luggage down the alley). It’s a 37 minute drive from London Heathrow Airport.  Here’s the company I used for airport transportation while in London:  http://www.the-chauffeur-company.co.uk.  If you are already in London and are looking for transportation to this hotel, here’s some advice for you:  do not take Uber!  The Uber drivers in London are not skilled enough on the difficult street patterns and routes to figure out where they’re taking you.  I had two horrible experiences with Uber in London.  The taxi drivers know what they’re doing- take a taxi!

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Weekly Menu Plan #23

An all new weekly menu plan to help you plan out your week! We have included our Thanksgiving Meal Plan and two turkey leftover recipes! Happy Thanksgiving!

Weekly Menu Plan

I have gotten together with some of my favorite food bloggers to bring you this custom weekly menu plan. We will all be sharing some of our favorite recipe ideas for you to use as you are planning out your meals for the week. Just click any of the recipe titles or pictures to get the recipe!

A little about how we plan our week…

Mondays are all about soup and salad.
Tuesdays we are bringing you delicious Mexican cuisine.

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