Let's Dish With Linda Lou

Sharing My Recipes, My Life, And The Food Tale Of Two Cities

Getting Ready For Summer Time!

on May 1, 2015

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 In this post, I’m talking about recipes that travel well. There are a lot of dishes that I make that should be eaten while they’re warm, but certainly can be eaten at room temperature. There are so many great containers out there that are made for traveling and keeping food warm or cold. I received this Pyrex glass carrying case as a gift one year, and it includes, 1 large and 2 small Pyrex containers that came with portable ice packs.

Let’s talk about some of my dishes that would be great for traveling. This first one is my  Sweet Potato And Chorizo Hash.

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This particular dish I pack while it was still hot. The insulated bags will keep that temperature just perfect.

Sweet Potato And Chorizo Hash

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Different pestos or tapenades (olive based pestos) would also be a great thing to take on a picnic. In the link below, Pesto Palooza is a variety of pestos that are delicious on a slice of grilled bread.

Pesto Palooza!

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How about Spinach And Feta Pie. This would be great to serve at room temperature, maybe with a glass of wine. Click on the link below for my recipe.

Spinach And Feta Pie With Italian Sausage and Goat Cheese

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Pulled Pork is another great option. Bring along some awesome rolls from the bakery. This one sounds like a winner. Click on the link below


Slow Cooked Pulled Pork On A Freshly Baked Ciabatta Roll

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My Grilled Chicken Over Bow Tie Pasta tossed with a flavorful pesto. There are just so many choices. The most important thing is to enjoy the company your with and have lots of fun.


Spicy Grilled Chicken Over Pesto Bow Tie Pasta


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