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Notice there are no fabulous posts on my cooking skills over here at Curb Alert!? Well there was this mishap of a meal that won a feature at the “Stinky Linky Blog Party”, if you even call it a meal, but I will spare you the details.
I just plain do not enjoy cooking, as in not-at-all! In fact, I really despise the time of day when I have to figure out what to do for dinner. Truthfully I don’t understand it because I love creativity in artsy things but do not enjoy the process of cooking. I don’t have the patience for it and my husband and oldest are fabulous cooks so by this time why bother? Don’t believe me? I even have the t-shirt to prove it!
Well tonite I was bound and determined to give it another try!
Let me start by saying, “oh my goodness guys, I LOVE mexican food”! I have been craving some really good enchiladas lately but hate to spend the money to go out as much as I would like. And Taco Bell
ahem, Taco Smell, just doesn’t cut it. So imagine how excited I was to find a fabulous Beef Enchilada Recipe today over at my blog-friend Sharon’s blog,
Mrs. Hines’ Class.
I must tell you that they turned out fabulous! I loved them, the kids loved them, my husband loved them – which is a pure miracle in this household of six. Getting everyone on the same page for dinner is quite the task so having them all applaud the recipe was an A+ in my book. (Mrs. Hines would be proud)
I didn’t mess up on the ingredients, didn’t have to run to the store for forgotten milk, I didn’t burn them, the smoke detectors didn’t go off. Again, let’s just say “miracle”!
Don’t they look yummy?
To top it off the fabulous enchiladas like these only require less than ten ingredients, and most of them I already had on hand!
So if you would like to feel like a super-chef for an evening head over to Mrs. Hines Class
where Sharon shares this fabulous enchilada recipe and many more. Be sure to stick around for her new series, “At the Dinner Table.”
We all need that sense of family, encouragement and conversing around a good meal; and just because I don’t cook most of my meals from scratch, I still value the importance of gathering around the dinner table.
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