Here is home made lasagna.
Here is banana bread, I had a recipe post that need a picture. So I made up the banana bread recipe for the picture for the post. Also my son wanted some banana bread. The recipe can be found here
My drink from Culvers.
I have seen of poutine on the food channels, and I had to try it when I saw it on the menu at Red Robin. It is french fries, deep fried cheese curds, smothered in mushroom gravy, and topped with more cheese. I guess this dish originates in Canada.
I love homemade lasagne :) Is that garlic bread along side it on the plate?ReplyDelete
The banana bread looks good!! I make some version of banana bread every week. Drives my husband crazy, he wants the one before I got crazy trying new recipes.lolReplyDelete
I think I'm making banana bread this afternoon!ReplyDelete
Ummm it all looks good, since moving south I really miss Culvers!ReplyDelete
Pass the lasagne, please!ReplyDelete
Looks mighty tasty.ReplyDelete
Yum! And yes, poutine is Canadian, from Quebec. The basic poutine is fries, cheese curds, and gravy. Then you can mix it up with add-ons, other sauces and such. Bacon is also yum on it!ReplyDelete
Now I'm hungry. :)ReplyDelete
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Never heard of poutine before - it looks and sounds so good!ReplyDelete
All the food looks yummy. I am sad that they closed the local Red Robin.ReplyDelete
I was going to make the poutine for an Epcot party we had last year. It sounded so yummy!ReplyDelete
Looks yummy - food! My favorite! :-)ReplyDelete