I'm sure you all wanted to know that.
Anyhoo. Last night was fun because instead of Jason being the sober-cab it was me! So I got to see some dance moves that I didn't know existed in this world until last night. We started off the night feeling quite buzzed (both of us) and then I switched to water and Jason switched to little ghetto girl dance moves... (sorry...not sure how to put this right side up...I tried!) It was hilarious.
Here are some pictures from the rest of our night.
|out on the balcony at the Walker|
|this might have been before switching to water...|
|open bars are dangerous|
|me keeping it classy with a bright blue bandaid on my leg gash|
|Jason keeping it classy by sticking out his pinky while drinking|
|the best thing ever|
|Jason has three dance moves: fist pumping, backwards shuffling, and hip thrusting|
I also need to catch up on a few little easy recipe ideas so here they are.
We did appetizer Friday again a week ago but I had been working so we had to do some quick ones since we were so hungry.
Mini Pizza Bagels
|Buy Thomas's mini bagels, toast them, spread pizza sauce, cheese and your choice of toppings, and bake at 400 until cheese is melted|
|1 package of crescent rolls split into triangular sections, 4 hot dogs sliced into three pieces each, 3 american cheese slices cut into smaller pieces. Wrap hot dogs and cheese in the crescent dough, bake at 375 until golden brown...|
Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas
- Rotiserrie Chicken, shredded (you'll only use 1/2 the meat but it makes great leftovers)
- 1 package of shredded colby jack cheese
- 2 cans of enchilada sauce
- 5 flour tortillas
|Shred chicken, place in tortillas, sprinkle shredded cheese in each tortilla|
|celebrate passing the bar with a double thumbs up/double hand gun combo|
|Heat up enchilada sauce until hot|
|pour small amt of sauce in each tortilla|
|wrap up tortillas tightly|
|align them close together in small baking dish|
|pour remaining sauce on top of wrapped up tortillas|
|smile...it's almost time to eat!|
|wrap in tin foil, bake at 425 for 20-30 minutes (until heated through), add remaining shredded cheese to top of enchiladas, bake until cheese is melted|
|serve...enjoy!!! they are SO good!|
I think I worked about 10 days straight (many of those 12 hour shifts) in the last couple weeks...so I have enjoyed my weekend off with this fabulous weather. It's back to work tomorrow but I have Thursday and Saturday, Sunday off to look forward to this week so it's not so daunting.
Hope everyone had a great weekend!!