Got in a quick getaway this weekend to the historic Mission Inn in Riverside California. From the Mission Inn… From its modest beginnings as a two-story adobe guest house in 1876 to its current position as an icon of breathtaking architecture, timeless beauty and old world charm, The Mission Inn is a place where history, grandeur and inspiration are found around every corner. The grand entry way Pool time is good time Our Take 2 vow renewal spot some years back. Such a gorgeous space. View below our room. Just one of the grand hallways. Front view of the chapel. As seen in the courtyard. Photo ops everywhere. Those beautiful large doors leading into the chapel. Took my morning coffee poolside. Squeezed in every bit of pool time. Needed the down time. The Nanjing Bell Beauty everywhere. We shall return, again and again I’m sure of it!
This is so darn easy and so delish 4 ounces Velveta, cubed 1/2 cup heavy cream Slowly heat the cream Add in the Velveta Stir until smooth Dip & Eat *serve heated as a dip, serves 4/6 I happened by these in my local grocery store. Only 15 grams of carbs per serving and low in calories? Yes, please. I microwaved one about 1 minute per side. Cook until crunchy like chips. Sliced them up like chips, they made great dipping chips for my Velveta cheese sauce! I enjoyed the velveta cheese sauce over a bit of cooked ground round (you could use ground turkey) cooked with onions and tomatoes and topped cilantro. Used my crunchy like-chips to dip. Yum! This was so good. Enjoy your Sunday all. g.
Lately worry has been an almost constant in my life. Our youngest grandson 💙 has been in the NICU since his miraculous birth day about 6 weeks ago. Each day he is here continues to be such a miracle and I am thankful about that. But, this Nanna sometimes needs a distraction. So getting up at 4am because I can’t sleep anyway and needing a distraction… cooking sure can help. 🙂 Of course I saved the putting together of this dish for my lunch/snack, it sure is tasty Here’s what you need. Plus a 1/4 cup water. Begin to cook up your Mexican chorizo. Here is what the package looks like, in case you were wondering. It’s a soft sausage. Use 1/2 the package for this recipe. Slice 1/2 an onion thin Cook the onion until soft Cook the chorizo until cooked, it will begin to get a tiny bit crispy when it’s done. Here my onions are half way there… Dice into small cubes 8oz of velveta cheese, add the 1/4 water and the …
Lately I’ve been craving certain vegi’s almost daily. This reminds me of why I need to keep eating them. There are so many health benefits to doing so. I came across this article by Eating Well on how to to choose and cook 20 vegi’s. Eat your vegi’s and enjoy! g. The article can be found here… *stock photos
I like it! Make it a good week all. g.
I give you Macaroni and Cheese Pizza… genius! I enjoyed a slice last week at a local pizza joint, here in So. Cal. It was so darn tasty, the creaminess of the Mac and Cheese went so very well with the crust, dare I say… genius! (again)
These are just too good not to make, easy too. Gather your ingredients Slice the eggplant like this Cut into fry shape Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper them Experiment with your seasoning choice, or not. I added a sprinkle of truffle salt I had on hand instead of plain salt to one portion. Present your dish! Addictingly yummy Uh huh, so good. Today I enjoyed my eggplant fries with a side of Harry Potter. 😉 Ingredients… eggplant, sliced then cut into fries olive oil olive oil spray (optional) salt, pepper truffle salt or not mayo, flavored or not Process…. preheat oven to 400 place eggplant fries on an oiled cookie sheet, I used an olive oil spray drizzle the fries with olive oil, I used a tablespoon per 1/2 amount of eggplant fries and cookie sheet salt and pepper the fries *or sprinkle with pepper and truffle salt (or use your seasoning choice, with plain salt and pepper. I’m thinking garlic powder would definitely work here) Toss the fries around Bake for 20/25 …