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What's for dinner Friday?

Posted September 16

Sauteed veggies

Here's the place to share your meal ideas for the evening, post where you bought the ingredients frugally and even share a recipe if you would like.

If you need some inspiration for your own dinner tonight, this may give you some helpful ideas.

What's on your menu tonight?

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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Sep 16, 3:45 p.m.

    ascherer - yum on the zucchini bread! I have 4 rips bananas that need to be used asap so I am thinking of making banana bread tonight if I ever get the HT SD list done.

    RFB - that balsamic potatoes recipe does sound delicious. I am going to try it. Thanks!

    Gator Girll- great sounding casserole. And isn't dessert always necessary? ;-)

    meredith88 - I think you have enough to feed an army. Looks like the blog caravan will be stopping at your house first. Then on the Klondike bars.... lol

    Dinner tonight is chicken enchiladas over rice with pears on the side.

  • meredith88 Sep 16, 12:43 p.m.

    Tonight is a gourmet buffet at our house! We have some pizza, pulled pork BBQ, cole slaw, fried okra, green beans, hush puppies, Mediterranean chicken breast, turkey wraps, and whatever else is hiding in the back of the fridge ;)

  • Gator Girll Sep 16, 11:59 a.m.

    Tonight we're going to have a chicken, pasta and broccoli casserole in a creamy sauce. I'm thinking about glazed carrots as a side. I've got Klondike bars in the freezer if dessert is necessary. Happy Friday!

  • RaleighFoodBlogger Sep 16, 7:49 a.m.

    Ascerer- the zucchini bread sounds delicious!

    Last night of leftovers, but yesterday I made some balsamic roasted potatoes that turned out delicious- with no added oil or salt! Just spray a 9x13 with non stick spray, add in cut up red potatoes, drizzle with balsamic vinegar and season with pepper, Italian seasoning and any other salt-free seasoning of your choice. Roast at 400 degrees for 30-40 minutes until nice and crispy. The balsamic gets sticky and adds some sweetness.

  • ascherer Sep 16, 6:59 a.m.

    Tonight is dinner with my Beach Family. Hopefully we will go to our old standby - Angelo's.

    Last night was chili with zucchini bread (found in Momma's freezer) as dessert.

    Happy Friday everyone.