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What's for Dinner

Examples of what's cooking in the homes of Chowhounds. Even on nights when they're rushed, the 'hounds somehow rise to the challenge. Lots of gorgeous photos, too.

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What's for Dinner #416 (June 2018) - Beginnings of Summer!

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by sallyt 1 year ago

SUMMER! How's your garden? CSA? Farm share? In New England, it's ALMOST strawberry season - I can't wait. Here's where we help each other decide "What's for Dinner", celebrate (or commisera...

What's for Dinner #415 (May 2018) - Spring at last!

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by sallyt 1 year ago

It finally feels like spring - in New England, at least! Are you grilling? Taking advantage of the COTM? Using lemon, asparagus, and other spring-like foods? Here's where we help each other...

What's for Dinner #414 (April 2018) - Is This an Ice Age? Edition

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by MidwesternerTT 1 year ago

April in ice-box-like Minnesota this year is a far cry from April in Paris. Ah, well, more incentive to warm the oven for roasting veggies, flavorful stews or DOTM bread baking. Here's where...

What's for Dinner #412 (February 2018) - Lover's Edition

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by MidwesternerTT 2 years ago

"All the world loves a ^food^ lover." : An only slightly modified version of the essay line by American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson. Because no cook creates a dish precisely as written... Her...

What's for Dinner #411 (January 2018) - New Beginnings Edition

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by MidwesternerTT 2 years ago

All we did was turn a calendar page, but somehow it seems each new year brings the opportunity for new beginnings. What are you going to try for the first time? What will you attempt again, with ...

What's for Dinner #410 (December 2017) - Sparkling Table Edition

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by MidwesternerTT 2 years ago

Whether hosting guests or enjoying a meal for one, this is the time of year to treat ourselves to beautiful table-settings and tasty food. And then there's the reality of hastily-prepared, still ta...

What's for Dinner #409 (November 2017) - The Harvest Edition

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by ChristinaMason 2 years ago

Turning leaves, gap-toothed gourds, falling acorns, and steaming mugs of apple cider - these are just a few of the signs of fall. What's on your dinner table as we amble into cooler weather? Phot...

What's for Dinner #408 (October 2017) - The Spooky Edition

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by ChristinaMason 2 years ago

October already! A month for ghosts, ghouls, and other frights. What's bubbling in your dinner cauldron tonight? Photos would be a scream.

Food for when you're not feeling your best

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by Flossie06 2 years ago

I'm not in a great place right now - currently on a stress leave from work. I normally love cooking, even when I'm stressed out. (Maybe especially when stressed - usually it's relaxing) Right now i...

What's for Dinner #407 (September 2017) - The Crisp Air Edition

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by ChristinaMason 2 years ago

Fall is around the bend and the weather is taking on a delightfully cool edge. Apple orchards and pumpkin patches beckon, while bonfires and jackets help set the mood. What's on your dinner tabl...

What's for Dinner #406 (August 2017) - Swimming in Summer Produce

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by MidwesternerTT 2 years ago

So What's for Dinner tonight in your household? Most of us in North America are swimming in summer produce, and / or heading out to the lake/beach/river for a family vacation. Even if it's o...

What's for Dinner #405 (July 2017) - Celebrating Freedom

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by MidwesternerTT 2 years ago

So, Canada is celebrating 150 years, the USA 241 years, and my sister 56 years. What's For Dinner during this month of July 2017?

What's for Dinner #404 (June 2017) - The Livin' is Easy Edition

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by ChristinaMason 2 years ago

Summertime is finally upon us this month. How do your evening meals change as the days get longer and hotter? This is the place to report dinners cooked in the month of June. Photos are a definite ...

What's for Dinner #403 (May 2017) - The Favorite Season Edition

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by ChristinaMason 2 years ago

"The world's favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May." -Edwin Way Teale Agree or disagree, if you love spring produce, cooking is certainly more fun in May. What's o...

What's for Dinner #402 (April 2017) - The Sunnier Days Edition

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by ChristinaMason 2 years ago

Hopefully no matter where you live (unless you're on the other side of the Equator, that is), things are starting to thaw out this month. Sunnier days are on the way, and winter is firmly behind u...

What's for Dinner #401 (March 2017) - The Pot o'Gold Edition

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by ChristinaMason 3 years ago

Maybe March has something in store for us other than wind and rains at the end of the rainbow. Many of us in colder climes will be chasing away the chill with hearty stews, casseroles, and soups. ...

what do YOU serve for dinner with beef/calve's liver (and onions)?

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by mistysfinds 4 years ago

My family surprised me by enjoying liver and onions, and since it's healthy and cheap, I'd like to make it once in a while. But while we like it, we don't really stuff ourselves on it, so we need ...

What's for Dinner #400 (February 2017) - The Milestone Edition

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by ChristinaMason 3 years ago

Four hundred What's for Dinner posts!? Wow! And that's just since we've been counting. This thread had seen a lot of people come and go over the years and has had its ups and downs just like any f...

What's for Dinner #291 - the Taxman Cometh Edition [Through Aprl 16, 2014]

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by LindaWhit 5 years ago

The deadline fast approaches for us lagabouts who haven't yet filed. So us lagabouts are stuck inside gathering paperwork instead of being outside enjoying the nice weather - but at least my windo...

What's for Dinner #399 (January 2017) - The Bone-Chilling Edition

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by ChristinaMason 3 years ago

For many of us, January is one of the coldest, snowiest winter months. And depending on your political persuasion, this month may be bone-chilling for non-weather reasons as well. One reliabl...