Throwback Thursday #42

Welcome back to the 42nd week of Throwback Thursday! Come link up your latest and greatest posts or reach into those archives and show us some of your blasts from the past!

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Hello you lovely linkers you! We are so happy that you came back to link up with us at Throwback Thursday. Amazing links last week like always! Summer is fast approaching, finally! We are so excited what you have to share with us this week. 

Remember sharing is caring and we would love for you to pay some of the other linkers a visit or two! We will share your amazing links throughout the week to show our appreciation for you linking up with us! We would also adore if you were to follow us on one of our social media platforms as well! We follow back!



Steak Chimichangas with Green Chili Verde Sauce from The Frugal Hausfrau

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Strawberry Crunch Parfait from Living on Cloud Nine

Individual Chicken Pot Pies from Family Around The Table

Overnight Raspberry French Toast from Crumbles and Kale

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Watermelon Juice and Lemonade from The Jenny Evolution

Portabello Angus Burgers from Fabulous Fare Sisters

Milk Paint Gossip Bench Refinish from Flamingo Toes

Thank you all for linking up with us! Now to get down to the nitty gritty!

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Link up anything that is created by you!

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This is a party and mingling is highly recommended, please try to click on one or more links! This raises your chances of being featured!

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11 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday #42

  1. I feel badly I wasn’t able to stop by every post and comment on last week’s Throwback Thursday…just too much going on with Gibs and all. This week, I promise I’ll visit each and every lovely creations!! 🙂

  2. Judy Stevenson

    Hi there!

    You probably have had discussions on dinners where each couple is bringing something around a general theme. We are having a Mediterranean nigh with sausages on the grill, the group’ suggestion which we will do, and one of the couples is bringing caponata that contains the eggplant, squash, tomatoes, and potatoes. What else would you suggest for a salad and a dessert that features lemon and almonds.? Wish you were with us!


    • Hi Judy, that sounds like a marvelous party! First, I’d want some flatbread or pita, marked on the grill that can be wrapped around the sausages or dipped into the caponata. You couldn’t go wrong with a big Greek salad (little to no lettuce) just filled with tomatoes and olives and all the goodies, which could be added to the sausages, too if you guys are going the pita route. Would that be too mundane?

      Greek desserts tend to be very simple but a lemon olive oil cake would be fantastic. If you want to diverge from the Greek theme a little bit pound cake, lightly grilled and served with grilled fruit like plums and peaches, maybe drizzled with a little wine or liqueur or a little lemon simple syrup with a bit of lightly whipped cream. Or served with a selection of sorbets. It’s fun to pre scoop a variety of different sorbets, freeze until very hard and then pile the into a big shallow dish (freeze that so it’s very cold first) and then bring it out. I did just post a lemon meringue ice-cream cake that would be good after any casual party…

      I guess I didn’t address the almonds – I just recently pinned this cake – it sounds almost like maybe what you were thinking of

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