Sunday, November 14, 2010

I need your help!

I am planning our dinners for the next 7 days and I'm stumped on what to make. So, I figured why not see what all of my blogging ladies and gents like to eat for dinner and make that?

So here is your challenge, leave me a comment with your favorite dinner meal. Recipe included if it's specific or a link to a recipe online.

I will love you all so very very much if you can plan my dinners for me! haha.


  1. I have been a follower of yours for awhile but I wanted to let you know that I just added your button to my blog over at
    Just wanted to let you know :)

    As for a recipe umm...What about chicken, baked potato, and roasted broccoli?

  2. Well I really like eating ribs with barbecue maybe you will like this :D

    sounds good when i read it lol

  3. One of my favorite things to make is chicken pot pie, from scratch. I just don't trust the store-bought pie crusts. They taste like cardboard to me. It's not the simplest recipe, but once you get the hang of it, it's a piece of cake. I have the recipe for the pie crust and the filling in my kitchen. I'd be happy to share if you actually want it. : ) The recipe is ALWAYS a crowd pleaser and my husband loves it so much he calls it his "man pie." lol

  4. I have a great tomato basil chicken recipe. It is easy and so yummy!

    1 can cambells tomato soup
    4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
    3/4 cup milk
    vegetable oil
    (mozzarella cheese is optional)

    heat 1 tbls of oil and then add the chicken breasts on the the stove top (fry). Cook breasts until they are browned and take them off (about 10 minutes, they don't need to be completely cooked all the way through yet)

    drain the remaining grease and oils, then empty the can of tomato soup into the pan, and add the milk. Bring that to a boil and add the basil and oregano, just sprinkle it on to your hearts content (i usually put about 4 shakes of each in).

    Once it's boiling, add the chicken to the mixture and simmer it (turn the heat down to about a 4) until the chicken is cooked thoroughly (takes about 10 minutes)
    ** If you want, you can simmer the chicken with the lid on the pan and the last 3 to 5 minutes of cooking, sprinkle some mozzarella cheese on each breast and let it melt on, it is a nice touch**

    this is great with corkscrew noodles, and add 4 spoonfuls of butter to make them butter noodles :) My husband loves it!

  5. I always do a potroast, carrots, and potatoes in the crock pot. Message me if you want the recipe. Its amazing. Then I shred the left over meat and do tacos a couple days later.

  6. Just wanted to stop by to say thank you so much for the comment! It is so very much appreciated!! I think it is just too funny that he is going to have to sit in pre-marital classes by himself. Poor guy hehe. Thanks again!

    As far as a recipe goes, I'll look through my books and see if I can come up with something :)


Thank you for commenting! I love reading your opinions, love, and support. I'm working at getting better at replying to each one of you. If you don't have your email linked to your account feel free to leave it so I can reply. Thanks! :-)