Melt in Your Mouth Monday Blog Hop #57

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Welcome to the Blog Hop!

 

How are ya?

 

I’m in heaven with this weather!  Check out this forecast in Massachusetts!

 

 

We had such a mild winter and spring this year.  I love it!  :)

 

How’s the weather in your neck of the woods?

 

Here are the 3 most viewed recipes from last week’s Blog Hop!

 

Thanks for submitting your delicious recipes!

 

#1

Crockpot Honey Sesame Chicken from The Vintage Grove

 

#2

Chocolate Mint Brownies from Mom On Timeout

 

#3

Butternut Squash Soup from Debz Delicious Meals

 



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  1. 3

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    Hello, and thanks for the blog hop. I added the freezer meal for chicken marsala. I added your link to the after I linked it here (da, I have a headache) but you are on my blog roll too. Take care!

  2. 14

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    Thanks so much Jane for hosting another fun week of goodies. I’m always happy to be a part of the ‘action’ here…YUUUM! LOVE your weather Gal – exciting isn’t it? It’s suppose to hit 80 here this week. I’m taking time today to put away winter clothes – yahoo! Have a wonderful week.

  3. 15

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    Happy Monday! I shared some creamy applesauce that takes almost no effort, and a delicious Cuban Picadillo easily made vegan w/ some black beans and full of an unusual but excellent flavor combo! Thanks for letting me share Jane!

  4. 19

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    Hello! Isn’t this weather fabulous?? We went miniature golfing this weekend just to have a reason to stand in the sun! Does wonders for your mood. :)

    This is my first time joining the blog hop and I posted the Oven Baked Panko Chicken Sandwiches. Huge hit with my kids!

    There are so many great recipes on here I don’t know where to start!! Have a great week!

  5. 22

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    Hi Jane,

    Sorry I’m a little late to the party! I added a salad that I cam up with. The real star is this salad dressing from Trader Joes called Champagne Pear Vinaigrette that I used. Doesn’t that just sound yummy?

    I did Stumble too! Thanks for hosting this linky!!

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