Melt in Your Mouth Monday Blog Hop #65

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Happy Mother’s Day!

 

I hope you all had a great day.  My son Matthew (from Boston) came home this morning and made us a nice lunch. He bought some homemade stuffed pasta from DePasquale’s in The North End and cooked it up with a great homemade creamy pesto sauce!  It was delicious.  I love when he cooks for me.  It’s so thoughtful and sweet.  We went to my Mom’s house in the afternoon and ordered pizza for dinner, so today was very relaxing and was a great day with family.  How about you?

 

 

Did you see all the yummy recipes from last week’s Melt in Your Mouth Monday?

Thank you all for sharing your recipes!

 

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

 

#1

Chicken and Rice Casserole from A Season For All Things

 

#2

Mexican Recipes from Mrs Happy Homemaker

 

#3

Breakfast On-The-Go! from Lady Behind The Curtain

 
 

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  1. 6

    Sheryl says

    I’m so glad your readers liked my Breakfast on-the-go! Today I am sharing my Bread Pudding Muffins and my fun I’m Stuck In You Cupcakes which has a cake ball inside. Thanks for hosting —Sheryl—

  2. 12

    says

    Thanks for hosting! I linked up a couple of super-easy, super-great chicken recipes. King Ranch Chicken and Chicken Crescent Roll Casserole.

  3. 13

    says

    Hi, thanks again for hosting! This week I shared #3 in my scratch, no canned ingredient marinara series – Mighty Mushroom. I like to buy the over-ripe tomatoes from my local Farmer’s Market ($1/lb) and make this sauce ahead. I freeze it in a mason jar (leave room for expansion) and use it when I need it. Enjoy!

  4. 15

    says

    Hi. I’m new here. Someone posted about your blog hop on facebook, so I came over to check it out. I linked up my Homemade Ranch Dressing: Dry Mix Recipe. It’s delicious!

    Thanks for hosting!

    ~Robyn

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