Melt in Your Mouth Monday #28

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I’m posting this early just in case I lose power today because of Hurricane Irene.  I can’t complain…the wind and rain here in MA is going to be nothing compared to down south.  By the time it is over us, it will be a tropical storm. If you were affected by Hurricane Irene, please share your location and experience with us.  I hope you all weathered the storm safely!



Welcome to Melt in Your Mouth Monday!


The 3 most viewed recipes from last week’s blog hop are:



Chicken Cordon Bleu Lasagna from My Kitchen Apron



Hot Bacon Cheese Dip from Aunt Nubby’s Kitchen



Fajita Burgers from Beyer Beware


Before you link up your recipe, be sure to enter my giveaways!


Greenpan San Francisco hard anodized 13″ x 9″ oval fish pan  (ends 9/4)


Enter to win a $50 Gift Card from CHEFS Catalog!  (ends 9/1)


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    Hi Jane :) We are in PA; yesterday we were at Football and the game ended just in time before the winds and rain rolled in! I pray everyone in Irene’s path is safe.

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    Jane – Thank you so much for featuring my Hot Bacon Cheese Dip! This time I have linked up Spice Cupcakes w/Penuche Frosting, Mexican Chicken, and Monkey Bread. Thank you for hosting. I hope all is well with you and your family.

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    I hope everyone is keeping safe from the hurricane. I’ve been thinking a lot about all my friends back east. As far as I know everyone is doing well an dI hope it will stay that way.

    Thank you so much for hosting even under the circumstances…..I linked up my Bulgarian Cucumber soup called Tarator.

    Stay safe!

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    I’m so happy that you survived the storm without damage! I posted pork with balsamic and brown sugar glaze. I’m VERY sorry though, because this is my first time linking and I couldn’t figure out what you meant by adding a “link back”. Please shoot me an email so that I understand what I’m supposed to do. THANKS! <3

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    So glad you were not hit with the “big” storm. We don’t get that kind of crazy weather here in the northwest. Today I bring Breakfast Bread Pudding Cups. These can be made sweet or savory and are wonderful to have on hand for busy back-to-school mornings. Thanks for hosting another great party.

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    Thanks Jane – trust you are safe & sound now! I linked up my caramelized veggie trio – we just enjoyed it for lunch again yesterday and I could eat the whole thing myself! Looks like lots of yummies here to check out. Hope you have a smoother week ahead. Take good care Friend.

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    Hi Jane,
    Good Morning, looks like the party has been going on a while. I sure hope that you and your family are safe and well after the storm. Thanks for hosting and have a great week!
    Miz Helen

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    Hi ~ I’m in Massachusetts too, and we were expecting a lot worse than we got! Basically just a heavy rainstorm… no trees even down. A nice change after the two tornadoes we’ve already had this summer! Today I shared a very simple meatless chili recipe that features some lime and avocado accents for summer. Ready in just 20 minutes!

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