Our Quick Dinner Ideas {February favorites}

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February was the month we introduced our quick dinner ideas that mostly my mom and I cook. Between my mom, me and my gram, there is a lot of cooking going on around her. Yesterday I shared our February DIY projects and media features and today I gathered the recipes from February that were a hit.

Updated: February 2019 

Our Quick Dinner Ideas {February favorites} Four Generations living together under one roof share their dinner time favorites. Four Generations One Roof.com

quick dinner ideas February

Chicken & Dumplings

February quick dinner ideas

Shepherd’s Pie

February quick dinner ideas

Crockpot Lasagna

February quick dinner ideas

Chicken Casserole

February quick dinner ideas

Corned Beef & Cabbage

My grandparents usually eat on their own because they “have” to eat at 5pm on the nose. They are VERY old school. During the week, we all tend to eat at different times because of work and sports schedules. Although, we usually pull off one or two dinners a week where we eat together either around the TV or at the dining room table.

Our Quick Dinner Ideas {February favorites}

crockpot baked beans with sausage dad and kid approved

Crockpot baked beans

Mom's Crockpot Clam Chowder with canned shrimp, white bowl, striped red napkin, oyster crackers

Mom’s Crockpot Clam Chowder with Canned Shrimp

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We are pretty casual around here and 95% of what we cook are considered, quick dinner ideas. I took a step back before I started sharing food on the blog as it wasn’t something I had done before and realized that our multigenerational living household is not the “norm” and it would only make sense that how we handle dinner time and cooking would be a topic that people are curious about. Many of you have emailed over the past year asking just those questions. So from this point forward, I will do my best to share what we eat, who cooks what and how it all works in our multigenerational home during diner time.

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  1. Charlotte says:

    I plan to try the Shepard’s Pie this week…..just gotta make myself go to the grocery store to buy supplies…..it looks so pretty and delicious in your picture…..now to see how mine will turn out……

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