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I was looking over my calendar for the summer and it appeared we had a lot of gatherings coming up. As a matter of fact, just about one day out of every weekend was booked except for a couple here and there. I was looking forward to seeing everyone that we hadn’t had contact with over the winter. It seems as though everyone just kind of hibernates when the weather is unpleasant. We get together a little bit for the holidays, but it isn’t the same as enjoying a nice sunny day outside next to someone’s pool or on their patio. As I was looking, I saw that we were hosting the first event.
Oh boy! I wasn’t prepared for that at all. I knew we were doing it, I just didn’t realize that it was coming up so fast. I had to get ready! My husband has always been really good at getting the outside of the house ready, and he leaves me to take care of the food and decorating. I got the flower gardens all up to par, and while I was planting, I was thinking about food.
We were going to be grilling some pork chops, chicken, and steak, so I needed something that would pair well with that. Potatoes of course, but what kind. I found this recipe on Relative Taste and it was the ticket. I knew everyone would love them.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Relative Taste.
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Quick Tip: You could swap out your bread crumbs for cracker crumbs if that’s all you have on hand.