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I have been using my grill a lot recently, in between making variations of easy pasta recipes. It is difficult to cook when you are not at home. At all. Ever. And need to serve dinner at 8:30pm.
We are in the playoffs of baseball season right now, which means the madness will slow down somewhat, or at least our snack bar visits will slow down. My 5 yr old daughter thinks that the snack bar is the latest and best restaurant in town. If I were a better mother I would probably feel guilty about that.
And this, has been the extent of my inspired “cooking” lately:
Why, yes, it is a snow cone. What? I’m just keeping it real for you. Also, my children think that snow cones are the best thing since sliced bread, or ice cream in a ziploc bag.
Here are some links to recipes other people are posting about that have made it to my short list.
Shannon, at Rocks in My Dryer, has posted an easy, family friendly recipe called Bruschetta Chicken Bake Doesn’t that sound all fancy? Like your neighbors and husband will be impressed when you just breezily announce what you are making for dinner. No need to tell them all how simple it is. We can keep that a secret.
Completely unrelated, Shannon and I are speaking together on a panel at BlogHer this summer. We are going to be talking about privacy and parenting. We are also going to be holding hands under the table because we are both nervous public speakers. But, shhhhh, that is a secret too. Are any of you going to be at BlogHer this summer?
Back to recipes…
Mary, at Owl Haven, posted a yummy sounding Beef Stroganoff recipe that seems easy enough and does not use canned creamed soup, a personal turn-off for me.
And not that she needs any more links, but Pioneer Woman has posted a fabulous sounding Green Bean Recipe. I love green beans and they are cheap, plentiful, and in season right now. My kids also love green beans which means they will be eaten and not just be a decorative green plate accent.
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