Posts Tagged ‘Tacos’

Ancho-Garlic Fish Tacos with Citrus-Mint Cabbage Slaw

Friday, May 10th, 2013

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This recipe was developed for #McCormickTacoNight and this post is sponsored by McCormick; as always, opinions are my own.

We all know it’s not polite to stare at people eating, but have you ever stolen a glance? Truthfully, it’s hard not to notice the way a person eats when they’re sitting next to or across from you; it’s interesting, and I think you can tell a lot about someone by the way they make and eat a plate of food. (more…)

{Kid-Friendly} Veggie-Heavy Taco Pie

Friday, October 5th, 2012

It’s not every day you see two nine-year-old kids inhale a meal full of veggies and then opt for a second helping instead of dessert (which was chocolate cake), but that’s exactly what my niece and her friend did last weekend. Any meal that has that kind of power is just plain magic. (more…)

Refried Lentils & A Fiesta of a Meal!

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

In college I dormed with three other girls my junior year.  We didn’t do much cooking (since there was one kitchen for the whole floor and it never seemed to be without a sink full of dirty dishes, a food-spattered stovetop, and a sticky counter…and who wants to have to clean someone else’s kitchen mess before they can make dinner?), but when we did one of our favorite things to make was fajitas with refried beans.  We didn’t make them often, not only because of the kitchen issues, but also because making fajitas was always a whole night affair. (more…)

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