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Welcome to Week 64 of the Dinner Divas Weekly Meal Plan posts! Huzzah! And this week, we are adding a New Diva to our number.
It’s Sara from My Imperfect Kitchen!
Hooray for Sara from My Imperfect Kitchen. She is a very talented recipe developer, a diehard coffee lover, a wonderful teacher, a master canner, a superb Omie to her two “minis,” and a dear friend. I’m so happy she is here! If you don’t know Sara, be sure to check her out on her blog or on Facebook.
Okay, on with the show!
Juicy Lucy Burgers from The Speckled Palate. Have mercy! I love a good burger, and Erin has stuffed these guys FULL of cheddar cheese and then piled on the toppings. Lord.
Spiralized Beet, Carrot, Apple Spinach Salad from Pook’s Pantry. Just look at this guy, you guys. Sweet, crunchy, earthy–a perfect salad. If you don’t have a spiralizer, you can always use a julienne peeler for shreds or a sharp vegetable peeler to cut ribbons of the veggies.
Thai Red Curry Coconut Shrimp from Pook’s Pantry. Can you imagine all the flavors here?! And look–sweet potato spiralized noodles. The earthy sweetness of the potato is the perfect foil for the creamy spice of the shrimp. Lovely.
Whole Wheat Pita Bread from me. This bread is from Make Ahead Bread by my friend Donna of the blog Cookistry. It’s easy to put together in a stand mixer the night before then pull out the dough, divide into sixths, and bake it up. Use it as a side or open up the pocket and fill with your favorite sammich fixin’s.
Spicy Mussels with Wine and Chorizo from My Imperfect Kitchen. If you’re a fan of mussels, it prolly doesn’t get much better than having them swim around in a spicy, wine sauce, right? Slurp!
Cream Biscuits and White Sausage Gravy from The Speckled Palate. Y’all. Go make this. I’ll be hiding in a corner eating some, myself. Kryptonite.
Vinegar Pie from me. This is a wonderful, old-fashioned pie made from pantry staples. Don’t be turned off by the name. The vinegar–most likely homemade apple cider vinegar back in the day–is used as a flavoring. Much easier to find in the dead of winter than lemon. Think of this as a lightly lemon custard pie. So comforting and good.
And there you have it. Fantastic menu plan recipes from your friends, The Dinner Divas (now new and improved with the addition of Sara)!
If you make any of these recipes, please comment and let us know how you liked them. We love hearing from our readers!
Thanks for spending some time with The Dinner Divas. Take care, and have a lovely day.