Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Steak Quesadilla

Now that hockey started back up.  It is full swing snack time.  Needed to come up with some different things.  First new one for this season.  Steak Quesadilla.  Yum!

I used left over roast beef.  Just cooked it more with some of its own juices. Wear it becomes tender.  I fried up some onions and shredded some cheese.

Threw the tortilla in the pan.  Added steak, cooked onions and sprinkled with cheese.  Heated where the cheese is just melting.  Cover with the other tortilla.  Heat, flip until a bit crispy.  Cut into triangles, serve with sour cream and salsa.

We've been having some low temps. Some snow at night and more snow expected by the weekend. Feels like winter now.  Hope everyone is safe and warm.

Enjoy the rest of the week!

Monday, January 7, 2013

Past Weekend.....

Finally got some snow this pass weekend.  It was nice waking up to it on Sunday morning.  
So quiet and peaceful. Nobody on the road.  I live on a county road, so its one of the
first to be salted and plowed.  As I was driving, the sun started to come out.
When it started peeking through the trees.  It looked so pretty.
Should of taken some more pictures.  But the battery died 
after I took this one. 
I was just happy to be out and seen how nice it looked.

This weekend I signed myself up for a stained glass class.  I will be learning how to do everything
there is to do with glass. The place has a few classes to offer.  Starting at the beginning and 
working my way up.  Kind of excited to try it.  I love stained glass, especially in the windows.  The prices
for some things I like are so high.  So figured, why not give it a try.  

Tried a new recipe this weekend!
There were so good. 


4 large cleaned peppers
1 lb chop meat
1  Cup of uncooked rice
1 small can of diced tomatoes, drained
2 cloves, chopped
salt and pepper to taste

Put the chop meat, rice, tomatoes, salt, pepper
and garlic in a bowl and mix well.

Add some sauce to moisten if you have to.
Stuff the peppers, place in crock.
Pour sauce all over.
Cook on high, 1 hours.
Then turn to low and cook for
5 hours.

They were so good!

To end my weekend. My girlfriend and I went to BINGO! 
I love bingo.  
 Before the kids, a bunch of us would go.  We had such a blast.
Everyone still brings their lucky charms and cow bell for certain numbers.
The thing I don't get, why does one person need so many bingo markers in one night??

Have a good week, we are expecting some nice weather...
Spring is in the air.  Cant wait!