Recipes, memories and random thoughts from my kitchen
I LOVE your meal plan....very simple and homey comfort type foods. Would love to hear more about your broccoli and sausage simmer.....what is that?
I would love a recipe for your baked cinnamon pudding. I love your blog also.
I love curry! And, I would love to know more about the broccoli/sausage simmer, it sounds yummy!Hope you have a great (and warm!) Monday.
Sounds like a great menu week to me. Yes please post the broccoli/sausage simmer...sounds interesting.Laura
Looks like a great menu plan!
Hi everyone!It is good to have all of you here at my kitchen table today!I will post the broccoli sausage simmer later this week -- maybe tomorrow if there's time. It is a Quick Cooking recipe, if I remember right. The Baked Cinnamon Pudding is from a Gooseberry Patch cookbook -- I think it is Magic of Christmas. The pudding is similar to a hot fudge pudding, only with a cinnamon-brown sugar flavor. I have not tried it before, but it sounds wonderful. I will post the recipe after I try it.Thanks for all your great comments! Please stop by again any time.God bless,Mrs.T
Greetings Mrs. T.:I would love to see your recipes for the the Jan. 29 menu plan. Such simple homey meals prepared with love! I have not visited your site in quite some time and was so thankful to have it listed with my Favorites. God Bless you, dear Sister in Christ.
Hi Nanalin --I will do what I can to post those recipes for you over the next few days. Glad they sound good to you!Thanks for stopping by my kitchen table. Please stop in again soon!God bless,Mrs.T
Thanks so much for stopping by to visit my kitchen table! I love company here in my kitchen, so be sure to leave a comment so I'll know you've visited! I'll answer your questions and comments here on the blog unless you request otherwise.
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