Weekly Favorites 08/12/18 to 08/18/18

Weekly FavoritesGuys, I have to make a confession here, though I’m sure you already know what it is. I’ve been slacking here on the blog posts! So, here is the Weekly Favorites post from two weeks ago!

Strawberry Scones with Sweet Lemon Glaze – via All Tarted Up

I’m a bit of a self admitted pastry junkie. Specifically breakfast pastries. Seriously. The worst thing that can happen to me is for someone to bring donuts to the office. So when I saw this recipe for Strawberry Scones, I had to check it out. I’m especially excited about the sweet lemon glaze on these!

— All Tarted Up (@AllTartedUp) August 16, 2018

Easy Chicken, Spinach, and Tomato Pasta Bake – via Maune Legacy

If you’ve been following along, you know I’ve never met a pasta I didn’t like. Especially pasta with chicken and spinach, and usually some tomato and cheese mixed. Basically every ingredient found in this pasta bake. It’s like we were meant to meat each other!

I shared this yummy recipe for a Chicken, Spinach and Tomato Pasta Bake on the blog. It’s easy, quick and you probably have most ingredients on hand. Click here >>>> https://t.co/K4N2bbxFC7 <<<< for more recipes! #ad #RecipeoftheWeek #recipeblog #foodblogger #easyrecipes pic.twitter.com/3bq8bDjDlr

— Jennifer Maune (@jennifer_maune) August 14, 2018

Chifferi Elbow Pasta with Cannellini Beans and Tuna – via The Pasta Project

The combination of pasta and fish or seafood is almost legendary. Maybe it gets a bad rap because of the old tuna noodle casserole, but done right it can be a thing of beauty! This combination of the pasta, the tuna, and beans, sounds amazing!

You can make so much more with #macaroni than mac and cheese! How about mac with tuna, beans and onions? Very Italian Recipe >https://t.co/ER72n8Oe9M #lovepasta #italianfood #cannellinibeans #PastaLaMolisana #RecipeOfTheDay #foodblogger #pasta pic.twitter.com/pdIcxVFGCk

— Jacqui DeBono (@jacquidebono) August 17, 2018

Pan Seared Halibut with Garlic Crab Topping – via Ask Chef Dennis

I’m almost positive you’ve gone into a restaurant and seen a menu item or chef special that is some form of fish topped with crab. I’m also almost positive you have paid too much for it. It’s okay, I have too. Now, courtesy of Chef Dennis, you can make it at home!

Wouldn’t this make a delicious date night dinner? Pan Seared Halibut with a Garlic Crab Topping https://t.co/g0TkgZaPUF #Foodblogger #Seafood pic.twitter.com/RJq25jUzUu

— Chef Dennis (@AskChefDennis) August 13, 2018

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