I know the recipe calls it “Rio Grande Dip,” but it was big enough to feed all of us. We turned it into an amazing Rio Grande Nacho dinner. The dip is made in a Rockcrok on the stove and in the oven. It was amazing!
Spent a long day of driving home from Michigan today. I’m so wiped out. Maybe it’s my age getting the best of me. Sweet dreams, friends.
To celebrate my 50th birthday, we had a feast at my brother’s place. Great food, great company and a little less than great weather. Oh well, you can’t have everything. Thanks for everyone who made it special! E7/P3/M8/W201.4/S5951/WS72147/5/10
Made it to Muskegon and my mom treated us to pizza. I finished my last day of my 40s by hitting my step goal. I hit 12,995 for the day even with my drive. Overall 30/30, and in the last 30 days of my 40s, I logged 321,372 steps! E5/P2/M6/W201.r/S12995/WS77008/10/10
I finally had a chance to make my family the Quick Cooker One-Pot Oktoberfest dinner. I had everything on hand except the BEER! Who would’ve imagined. After a quick trip being chauffeured to the liquor store by my driver-in-training, it was game on! I very much enjoyed the meal, but not everyone was a fan after hearing about how Sausage was made in school. Oh well, more for me!
For dinner tonight, we had a Broccoli Chicken Pasta Bake.
We had planned on having our Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Thighs until we realized we forgot to thaw the chicken. Thankfully, our Quick Cooker was there to jump into action. It went from a solid block of ice to ready to eat in 15 minutes. We paired it with Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts for a great meal made at home.