Friday, February 27, 2009

What's for Dinner?

I'm bored with everything I cook and have been looking for new recipes. I tag all of you out there to post what your family is having for dinner!
Tonight we are trying something new, chili cheese slices and Butterfinger cake for dessert. I'll let you know how it is. Tomorrow, we're going for an old classic, poppyseed chicken and bread.
So any of you who read my blog regularly, let me know what's on your table tonight!! Melia, Tammy, Wendy, Jessica, Jennifer(s), Deana, Elizabeth, Tracy, Bethany, Tiffany, AnYbODY!! I need some help!
UPDATE: Chili cheese slices-blah, Butterfinger cake-pretty tasty and I'm not really a sweets eater!

Chef Olivia helping me out with the Butterfinger cake!


Elizabeth said...

Ooh! I love some cooking talk. I tend to make the same things over and over again. (don't think about that song now!) But..... my bunko group just started a food blog of the recipes that we have fixed.

Last month we had chicken enchildas and they were great!! That recipe is on there!

Mary-Kate said...

Super Suppers!

Jennifer said...

American Cafe is WHERE we ate! HA! Girl, you know that I hardly ever cook!

The Claunch Family said...

Love american cafe! I could eat that spincach dip every day of the week!

Tiffany Ann said...

I was just having this conversation the other day and last week spent hours on We actually ordered pizza tonight but send me your email and I will send you my regular dinner recipes!

The Cherry Tree 123 said...

Oh fun! I have been getting some new ones lately too! I just got one the other day from a girl in our home church. It's easy roast beef sandwiches! It's whole wheat buns/hoagie rolls with mozarella cheese melted or not melted with mayo or no mayo and put a roast in the crock pot with Italian dressing and I added some onion soup mix and shred the meat before serving. I also just cut up some potato slices and put olive oil on them with salt and pepper and we had sandwiches and fries! Very yummy!

The Roper's said...

Tonight we are having a roasted chicken-the kind that is already cooked, veggies(frozen),salad, and bread. Not exciting. Sorry, no help here. I am not a good "cooker". So Addy says!

sophiemac photography said...

hey rebekah,
subscribe to paula deen magazine. she has some really good food in there. most of it is reasonable and not too far out there. There's good breakfast, snacks, supper and desert. I've found quite a few new favorites.
I'm coming to knoxville tomorrow if you wanna get lunch. All this talk about food makes me starved! gotta get it early though. let me know!