Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Wednesday Hodge Podge
1. July is National Anti-Boredom Month. When was the last time you were bored? What's your go-to cure for boredom?
A good nap...
2. What's the last thing you made a reservation for?
Our trip to Panama City Beach, Florida. We stayed at the Sterling Reef Resort. Our unit #1106 was nice and clean. Great view.
3. What's one thing on your summer bucket list? Any plans to make it happen?
No, not really. I don't really have a organized bucket list. Maybe this is something I need to think about.
4. What's your favorite summertime sip?
I have been on a strawberry tea or any iced tea..except Raspberry.
5. What do you find is the best way to handle another person's hostility and hopefully ease the tension?
I don't really know.. I am drawing a blank
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Monday, July 7, 2014
See those skies, yep that was tornado day in town while we relaxed at the beach.
No, nada, not one tan line. Now that's called retired on the beach. Then we went out and bought one for Greg.. he he..
look how dirty my camera lens is..wowzer.. you would think it's 5 years old and I took out in the dirt.. OH, it is and I did.
These guys flew over one morning. Level with out 11th floor balcony. Cool.
Then this guy flew over.
Then the girls went to float
Then they cleaned themselves up for dinner
And then Greg and I. Someone help with me rotating these pictures.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
I kind of stole this recipe from The Pioneer Woman, Queso Fundido but put my own spin on it.
I started with Mild Country Sausage. Let me say I always buy Bob Evans, but the Tennessee Pride was just as good. I browned it in a skillet and drained.
I cut up a bit of Vidalia onion, green onions, tomato and bell peppers. I love these bag of peppers, they are so cheap, like $1.89 a bag. So easy, Cut off the top, reach in with finger and thumb and pull the seeds out. So easy.
The I took the pizza cutter to some cilantro. The above pictures looks like it's all smushed together. Well, it is. I roll it up in paper towel and then put in a Ziploc with all air removed. I think it lasts longer when I do that. So in above pic I didn't fluff it for pic cause I don't want the oxygen to get to it. I pull out a few pieces and put it back in the back.
I grabby whatever bags of open cheese I had. I am a cheese junky. I have 5-6 different open bags and probably 10 unopened bags. I am in a panic when I don't have cheese and sour cream. I can almost live without eggs but cheese..NO!!!!
Now Ree would put the tomato, peppers, onion, cilantro etc in the skillet and let it all bubble together but I knew no one in the house would eat it so I left it as meat, cheese and eggs. Everyone could put what veggies on top. Then dip with tortilla chips, roll up in a soft tortilla or however you choose. I think for me it's a keeper. Not sure if the family agreed but it's an option. The family is not picky but some things they don't think is as mouth watering as I do. Speaking of.. I smell my ribs I have cooking in the oven for dinner.. Stay tuned ..
Thanks for visiting. Do you have a variation of this recipe you like? Will you throw this together one morning? Leave me a comment and let me know.