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Here we are in the last week of August. Can you believe it? Most of the kids are back in school or starting on Monday. Let's celebrate back to school and share at the party. Don't forget to check out the features.
Here we are near the end of August and it is still so hot here. I guess summer is staying around for a while longer. I like that idea, only wish it was a little cooler. Hopefully the hot temperatures have cooled some were you are. In the meantime, lets party!
Here we are nearing the end of August and wondering where the summer went? Summer is slowly coming to an end with schools opening in a few weeks (in some cases, school has already started!), so we're celebrating the end of summer this week! Let's celebrate like summer just started!
Welcome to all of our fabulous bloggers who party with us. If you are new here, welcome and know that we are so excited to have you here. Last we have amazing posts and can't wait to see what you are sharing this week. Let's PARTY!
Here we are in the third week of August. The weather is still hot here in southern Florida. What about where you are?Well, I hope you are staying cool and that you will stop by and party with us. We love seeing all of your fabulous posts.
of us love to live outdoors in the summer and that means grilling, eating, and
Do you wish you had more outdoor space? Have you thought about
replacing or designing a new deck? If you have thought about remodeling your outdoor space,
I hope you will find some helpful ideas below for a successful deck remodel.
Here we are in the middle of August and it seems that everyone is dealing with hot temps. Hopefully it will cool off soon. In the meantime, stop by the party, share your posts, check out some other bloggers, and have fun.
Welcome to a new week on Turn It Up Tuesday!! We're so happy to have you join us! If you've been here before, thank you for coming back! And if you're new here...welcome! Feel free to share, share, share! We love having you and can't wait to see what you will be sharing.
What to do with all of those pineapples? Use them in recipes. If you follow me, you know that I am having a bumper crop of pineapples this year. You can see that post here.
We have eaten them fresh, in smoothies and frozen some. So last night I decided to add some to my Polynesian Chicken. What a great combination.
This is such an easy dish to prepare and you do that in one pan.
Cut up the chicken, dice the pineapple, add in the other ingredients, stir together and bake. Easy, peasy!
I served it over rice, but you could eat it plain as well and save the extra calories. Maybe just add a vegetable. See the nutritional information at the bottom of the recipe and you will be surprised at how few calories this recipe contains.
Here we are at the middle of August! Can you believe it? Back to school is right around the corner or mayb your kids are already back. Where did the summer go? We can't get depressed over it but we can party at Over The Moon, were it is always exciting.
Is it hot where you are? Wow, it is hot here in southern Florida. I know it is summer, but really?
We have been grilling out a lot these days, so when I saw this recipe for Sweet Teriyaki Beef Skewers, I knew that I had to make them.
I made a few changes to the original recipe, like adding some grated fresh ginger and mango/pineapple juice instead of just pineapple juice.
I marinated the beef for only 6 hours instead of the 24 it called for and they were still great. This would be great to do the night before so all you would have to do is grill them when you come home. The recipe stated that the pineapple juice was optional, but I think it gave it added flavor, even though I used a mango/pineapple version.
I love recipes that I can easily make changes to. Next time I am going to try chicken instead of beef. Hope you enjoy this recipe and try and stay cool!