I love any night spent with Cassie and Jeremy -- but it was extra fun being able to host! I have to admit I had been looking forward to this since the moment we penciled it in the books.
I love any excuse to bring out fun drinks and treats. I hope I can convince these two to come back SOON!
DIY tip: A wooden cutting board painted with chalkboard paint is one of my favorite ways to display appetizers and sweets. I used this tray to take cookies to a Super Bowl get together, seen here.
Salsa recipe here.
A lemon-lime punch is one of my favorite summer sips.
Love a reason to make use of the bar!! The "15 months until honeymoon" is my hint of sarcasm...I'm being grumpy because we aren't yet sure when we'll be able to honeymoon. I know, I know, it's not the end of the world...but I can put a little pressure on the groom, right? The way things have been going, I'm going to need vino on drip after this wedding, Ramona Singer-style. #RHNY
Jeremy* watching a little Chris Crocker, extra sass.
Hey Kat? I have an idea. You can put down the camera so we can eat in peace. - Cassie of Always a Blogsmaid
Note: Miss Cassie is having a shoe sale on her blog today -- y'all check it out!
2 tb extra virgin olive oil
2 tb chili powder
2 tsp ground cumin
1/2 red onion (chopped)
1 15oz. can black beans (drained)
1 can rotel
1 can corn
Spinach flour tortillas (cut in half)
3-4 cups of cheddar or Mexican blend cheese
Preheat oven to 425. Warm olive oil in skillet and cook ground turkey, seasoning with chili powder, cumin and red onion. Brown the meat and add rotel, drained black beans and corn. Heat the mixture for a couple of minutes and season with salt (to taste).
Coat shallow baking dish with cooking spray and build lasagne in the order of meat/beans, tortillas, cheese and repeat.
Bake lasagna for 12-15 minutes until cheese is brown and bubbly.
**Next time I'll be using chicken instead of ground turkey...Cassie agrees with this note.**
Key lime pie ice cream with cool whip and graham cracker crumbs.
**Jeremy requested it be noted that he's gay, as if it wasn't already obvious by this post here or here.