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A virtual recipe swap with dozens of new recipes from some of the TOP recipe creators online and on Pinterest!
I think last week's featured recipes are my favorite EVER! I mean, just look at these beauties and tell me you don't want to try them!
  • Grilled Pineapple Pork Chops - Pineapple and ham go together like Bert and Ernie so whyohwhy have I never thought to pair pineapple with smokey grilled pork chops?? #doinit
  • Creamy Crock Pot Round Steak - OK, so many of the crock pot recipes I see online leave me thinking ummmm... it's a no for me but this one truly looks different and delicious and I seriously can't wait to try it! 
  • Sandwich Spread - Ever since I first published my recipe for Ham Salad Spread folks have been telling me about making a sandwich spread like this one and part of me thought they were joshing me because I have literally never seen anything like this but it has a cult-like following of fans so I'm going to have to try it!!
  • Oh Henry Bars - Literally my favorite candy bar as a kid! Oh Henry Bars and Zero Bars (I was never a child who went with the herd so I was always interested in what was on the shelf below the Skittles and M&Ms). I've already added the ingredients to my grocery list!! 
From the grill to the crock pot and from lunch to dessert, this week's featured recipes have something for everyone!


Check out these amazing recipes featured from last week's Weekend Potluck, then scroll down to see all the recipes new this week!


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An easy recipe for Esquites - or Mexican Street Corn - served off the cob as a side dish or warm salad with Mexican crumbling cheese, a creamy spread, fresh cilantro and chili powder.
I don’t have some amazing story about how I first came to try Mexican Street Corn. I wasn’t hiking through Guadalajara, I wasn’t at some resort in Cabo…

I... errrrm… well, I fell in love with it at Chili’s. Ha!

And considering it’s almost always overcooked and most assuredly started out as frozen corn, the fact that I love it anyway made me want to cook it myself!


Traditional Mexican Street Corn can be served on the cob (Elotes) or cut off the cob (Esquites) Both dishes have the basic same ingredients: grilled fresh corn, mayo, chopped cilantro, cotija cheese, chili powder and lime juice.

There are a gozillion variations of it too.

Instead of mayo, crema can be used. Instead of chili powder, cayenne pepper can be used. Instead of cotija (which is sort of a Mexican parmesan), feta or queso fresco can be used.

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A simple but perfect recipe for Shepherd's Pie with a layer of rich meaty gravy on the bottom topped with mashed potatoes and a little cheese.
One of my very good friends had major surgery last Tuesday – I’ll call her M in this story. She’s got some scary stuff going on right now and I’m so worried about her but if anyone can win a fight through sheer will and prayer, it’s her.

She is literally one of THE BEST people on this earth. Ask anyone who knows her and they will tell you the same. She and her husband are the most generous, humble, loving, gracious people I’ve ever known.

Husband and I have literally asked ourselves over the years why M and her husband love us so much and still remain such close friends with us because we’re so flawed and rowdy and generally messy in comparison. But they do! They love and like us anyway! God love ‘em!


Word got out that M was going to have this surgery so a few of us decided to throw some stuff together that might help her and her family while she recovers and battles this. Once folks figured out we were a way to get things to M, it was like a damn broke.

The outpouring of love and support was staggering to behold but it’s just a testament to what an amazing woman she is and how loved her family is.

I’m telling you all this to A) tell you how it is I came to make this Shepherd’s Pie and mostly because B) I’d like to ask to you pray for M. If you’re not the praying sort, just some good positive thoughts or healing juju sent her way would be appreciated too!


So, I wanted to make something for M and her family that they could just pop in the fridge then heat up sometime over the next few days to have for lunch (because that Meal Train is booked SOLID y’all) so I decided on a Shepherd’s Pie.

I got tickled when I dropped it off because their youngest is a total foodie and he was getting himself a taste before I even got out the kitchen good!

I can’t wait to find out if my recipe passed his taste test!
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A virtual recipe swap with dozens of new recipes from some of the TOP recipe creators online and on Pinterest!
Gear up for summer with this list of featured recipes from last week's potluck! Our favorites were:
  • Fruity Summer Sangria
  • Hamburger Tater Tot Casserole
  • Cheesy Ranch Potato Foil Packs
  • No-Bake Strawberry Jello Pie
From a fun and fruity cocktail to an easy no-fuss meal to a side dish perfect for the grill to a cool and creamy pie, these recipes have you covered for hot, busy summer days!



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If your garden is starting to produce, we've got recipes for your summer bounty! Or, if you're like me and don't have a garden, but LOVE to hit the farmer's market this time of year, we've got you covered too!

Check out these savory recipes using fresh squash, carrots, onions, scallions and one dessert that will be perfect for fresh peaches, strawberries, blueberries, watermelon, blackberries and raspberries:
  • Exceptional Squash Casserole
  • Asian Broccoli Slaw
  • Watermelon Pizza

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Two of our features from last week's Weekend Potluck were definite stand-outs to me! And I can't decide which one I want to try first!

Everybody loves goulash but when I see one that looks as good as this (it looks so seriously perfect to me!) AND it only has four ingredients? Well, consider me hooked! I am so making this!

The other recipe that really grabbed my eye is the Thai Noodle Salad because, well, LOOK at it and because this is the time of year my kitchen sees lots of pasta salads!

    The other two recipes are classics that everyone should try: a layered cornbread salad and a snickers apple salad. They're classics for a reason - they're delicious and everybody loves them!

    Check out these amazing recipes featured from last week's Weekend Potluck, then scroll down to see all the recipes new this week!

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    A virtual recipe swap with dozens of new recipes from some of the TOP recipe creators online and on Pinterest!
    We've got a little of everything to share in our highlights from last week's Weekend Potluck! The pictures and links for the recipes are just below.

    We have a slow cooker main dish, a savory side dish, a cool and creamy sweet salad and a dessert bar that I can't wait to make:
    • Crock Pot Chicken Tetrazzini
    • Parmesan Garlic Butter Red Potatoes
    • Snickers Apple Salad
    • Frosted Banana Bars


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    An easy semi-homemade cake recipe dotted with cherry pie filling, drizzled with sour cream icing and topped with slivered almonds.
    I was walking through the grocery store the other day and spotted some cherry danish that looked so good they made me want to throw my will power out the window and throw those danish on the floor and just roll in them.

    What got me was they were topped with that glorious stark white icing I associate with cheap honey buns. And there may have been a hormone or two involved. Whatever the case, I went to bed that night thinking about that icing.

    I’ve always made icing for sweet rolls and danish by simply mixing powdered sugar and extract with a liquid (maybe orange juice, cream, milk or even water) and it’s delicious but it isn’t that bright white like you sometimes see.

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    A virtual recipe swap with dozens of new recipes from some of the TOP recipe creators online and on Pinterest!
    I hope you've got your sweet tooth with you today because we have something sweet for every taste! And to keep you all healthy, we also have the Best Old School Pea Salad recipe! Ha!

    To satisfy your dessert cravings we have cake, pie, brownies and muffins! Check out the recipes for Buttermilk Texas Sheet Cake (I can't WAIT to make that one!), Best Key Lime Pie, Buckeye Brownies and Perfect Blueberry Muffins!


    Take a look at our five featured recipes from last week's Weekend Potluck then scroll down to see what's new this week!

    Enjoy!!

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    Individual seafood pasta salad servings made with jumbo pasta shells filled with an easy homemade recipe for seafood salad perfect for entertaining and lunch on the go!
    My original seafood salad recipe is one of the most popular recipes here on the blog and here at the house. I love to make it during the summer to serve with crackers, on sandwiches or just a scoop by itself!

    I had the idea to make a pasta salad with it using little pasta shells – which is nothing new but I’d never made it to post the recipe here and thought y’all might enjoy it.

    So I went to the store to pick up the ingredients and when I was looking for the little shells on the pasta aisle, I spotted the jumbo shells and had an idea…


    How cool would it be to stuff the jumbo shells with seafood salad to sort of make little individual handheld seafood pasta salads?!

    I made these for y’all and really didn’t have anyone else to feed them to so I popped them in the fridge. We couldn’t stay out of them! Every time one of us walked through the kitchen, we’d grab one and gobble it up!

    It’s the same concept as Walking Tacos (ya know, where you spoon taco meat and toppings into a bag of fritos then eat it with a fork? presumably while walking around?). I should call this Walking Seafood Pasta Salad {snort}.

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