Reminders and a Review of What’s for Dinner Wednesday

Since What’s for Dinner Wednesday links don’t show up in the RSS feed, I thought I would compile the links from the last three weeks in this post. Readers only can jump to the links below. Participants, please read on.

I’m very pleased with how it’s going so far. I love hearing people’s dinner ideas, and I hope more people will join in. Here are a few reminders.

1.  You don’t have to write about what you are actually having for dinner that Wednesday. We’re doing this on Wednesday, but it can be any dinner in the past week, or you can even link to a post you wrote months ago.

I put my post up Tuesday night, so if you have something ready then or Wednesday morning you can link up. I think that doing it earlier would be helpful to people who remember this happens on Wednesday and want to get ideas for that night.

2. Try to visit the blogs of others who link up and leave comments. I’m not saying people aren’t doing that; it’s just a reminder.

3. Please leave a link back here somewhere in the text of your post, even if it’s an old post. It can just be a line at the bottom saying something like, “For more gluten-free dinner ideas visit The Gluten-Free Homemaker.” (Hey, I think you could just copy and paste that.)

4. Remember to put a 1 – 4 word description in parentheses.  It’s helpful to people who are looking over the list to have some idea of what your post is about. Most people are more likely to click on a link with a description than one without.  For this post, I filled in missing descriptions, but I’d rather not have to do that.

I’m sorry, but the links have been removed.



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