Welcome to another edition of Meal Plan Monday! Some of your favorite food bloggers from around the web contribute their best recipes to help you plan out meals for your family – while keeping it lively and delicious!
Today, we are featuring two recipes that were very popular on our last edition of Meal Plan Monday.
My Featured Recipe This Week Is :
Loaded Cornbread from The Hill Hangout
To see our other featured post click here to visit SouthernBite
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Sweet & Salty Monster Bars from SouthernBite | Slow Cooker Pulled Pork from SouthernPlate
Hey Christy, the easy BBQ ribs recipe does not specify if beef or pork, and also does not mention removing membrane on back side of ribs. I wanted to try this but there are so many cuts of ribs both pork and beef and I’ve heard about a membrane that needs to be removed so I thought I would ask. I am trying to step out of the box for cooking things I would otherwise get at a restaurant.
Hey! I’m afraid that is a recipe on another blog so you’d need to ask there to be sure. I don’t think it would matter (beef or pork, your preference) and I always remove the membrane for easy eating 🙂
I lost cards I don’t know how could you resend?? Please if not it’s ok. My fault somehow.
Thank you so much for the iced coffee recipe earlier this week. My husband and I are huge coffee fans ( well maybe just me) but he is a diabetic, with your coffee recipe we can much better control the ingredients and its delicious!
You are so welcome Barb!! I hope you enjoy!!