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Hey Y’all, welcome to Meal Plan Monday #169! We’re so glad to have you join us this week.
Each week you find delicious recipes shared by our food blogger friends here at Meal Plan Monday and this week is no exception. We’ve got tons!
Make sure you check back on Monday to see all of the recipes.
In addition to the over one hundred tasty dishes, we have a few features to share with you. A few of those features are note-worthy sandwiches.
Let’s face it friends, when it is hot as blazes in the summer we tend to eat a few more sandwiches rather than cooking a big heavy meal.
So grab a sammie, some of that fresh corn salad, and a mud hen bar for dessert and let’s have a look at all of these amazing recipes. Better grab yourself a glass of tea while you’re at it. Now let’s get started.
We’ll be first in line to try this show stopper grilled cheese! A Dill Pickle & Vidalia Onion Grilled Cheese Sandwich from 4 Sons R Us. Look at that cheesy deliciousness y’all!
We’ll need a little something on the side too and this Mexican Street Corn Salad from Dance Around the Kitchen looks so fresh and delicious! It’s made with fresh corn grilled and cut from the cob.
Now, let’s swoon a little over this mouthwatering sandwich! It’s called The Spicy Southerner with Fried Green Tomatoes, Spicy Pimento Cheese and Bacon Bourbon Jam from Biscuits and Burlap.
Now for a sweet treat…scrumptious Mud Hen Bars from Back to my Southern Roots.
They’re sure to hit the spot when you’re craving a lil something sweet for dessert.
Host Feature of the Week
This one probably needs no introduction to most of you. The Southern Tomato Sandwich from Julia’s Simply Southern. We know folks that are check their tomatoes in the garden daily til they’re ripe enough for one of these classic summertime favorite sandwiches.