Thursday, October 6, 2011

a lot of foodie this, a lil of random that....

beef enchiladas - for 6-10! 
2 pounds ground beef
two giant onions
2 cans of enchilada sauce
1 bag of cheese
2 packets of taco seasoning
cook ground beef and onion
mix together beef, onion and taco seasoning together
stuff tortillas with mix and add a little cheese
add some enchilada sauce over top
bake at 350 for 10 minutes
top with 1 more bag of cheese, bake for 10 minutes
serve and top with black olives and sour cream!
for side dishes we had mexi rice and beans mixed with cream cheese! so yummy! 
we also had chips and salsa as apps ;)  there was plenty leftover of everything!!
B and I went to ColdStone a day last week, it was the first time I'd ever been there.
For six bucks of candyland ice cream in a chocolate coated waffle cone with sprinkles, I think I'll be perfectly fine if I never have it again. haha!! I might have had 5-10 bites, it was super sweet!
crack flavored oyster crackers!!
 half packet of ranch dip seasoning
pinch of onion salt 
pinch of garlic powder
triple pinch of dill seasoning
3/4 cup of oil
1 package of oyster crackers
mix all together in a baggie and bake at 215 for 20 minutes
you will be addicted!!
greek "dip"
i found a very similar recipe on pinterest and HAD TO HAVE IT!
one giant cucumber
3 roma tomatoes
lots of EVOO
pinch of greek seasoning
pinch of garlic powder
pinch of onion salt
( i prefer "pinches" over measuring)
couple of green onions chopped up
container of feta cheese (reduced fat)
chopped up flat bread (sea salt/rosemary)
 these pics were taken after we all had dived in ;)

we had unexpected company that night so i threw it together, they loved it and so did we!!
it was filling, i had it as my dinner.
a lil of that.........
how cullen and i spend some of our days!
sweet sleepy baby boy :)
btw, for those of you that support(ed) our business, thank you!!
you are true bloggy friends and i appreciate it! :)  
and leaving you with the cutest baby ever!!!
look at that smile!!
if it doesn't melt your heart, i don't know what will.
his face is my world :) 
truly, being a mom is the best ever!! 
our culley bear is the just amazing!!!!


carrie1 said...

mmmm... I wish I could eat because those enchiladas look amazing! =(

meghan said...

those oyster crackers look amazing ... i just may have to make some this weekend.

PattyAnn said...

Love this post! So many good ideas, you're rockin it girl!

{andthisiswhatshesaid} said...

Yum! i want some

Perfectly Imperfect said...

So now I'm starving. Thanks for that!!

Ashley @ KiwisandCocktails said...

Are you serious? IM drooling OVER HERE!!!!
And, I just liked the page even though I know nothing about hockey :)

Jenn @ West Sac Honey said...

Yum I've made those oyster crackers and they are delish

Just a Jersey Girl said...

A) I don't like coldstone..too expensive and Dairy Queen is better.
B) I have to make those oyster crackers very soon.

Miss Chelsea said...

I'm so hungry lookin at this! I love seasoned oyster crackers but have never tried to make my own... I'll have to give your recipe a shot!

Cole said...

I make those oyster crackers for any family wedding or baby showers. They are gone almost as soon as I put them out! :-)

Oh, look at Cullen's smile! Soooo cute!

Annie @ Our Little Family said...

Yumm!! This post is making me hungry :)

Molly said...

You are just suzy homemaker! Cooking, working and taking care of baby. You're a rockstar mommy!

Crazy Shenanigans-JMO said...

I completely agree with you! Coldstone ice cream is so super sweet. I usually get their really small cup and can never finish it.

Edward said...

Cute son! The foods are extremely mouth watering!

Holly said...

All that food has made me ridiculously hungry, and Cullen is completely adorable! :)

Lil' Woman said...

Mmmm all that food talk has made me hungry...I shall now scour my cabinets for goodies.

Mrs. Pancakes said...

Love cold stones...I need to go there before winter cones...your baby is adorable!

Virginia said...

All those recipes look fabulous...I'm definitely going to have to try the enchiladas next time I have a crowd over for football:)

Mrs in Training said...

I've only been to ColdStone once, it was definitely overwhelming. LOVE that last picture of Cullen and his bear :)

Simplicity at its Best said...
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Simplicity at its Best said...

Wow all that food looks amazing. I hope you enjoyed every bite. thanks for the recipes also. :D

Ocean Dreams said...

Oh yum everything looks so delicious, especially the ice cream!

Anonymous said...

Are you feeding that food to that kid or something? What a chunk!

Tiffany said...


I am starving now.

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