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This weeks recipe was something I would have never in my wildest of wild dreams have come up with. Avocado Fries.
For New Year’s Eve, I wanted to make an easy appetizer that was at least a little impressive. These pretzel bites were perfect, except that I poorly planned my timing so that I was making them as our guests arrived. Little did I anticipate that our guests were going to finish making some of their dishes in my kitchen, too, so I was a bit distracted on making these. So distracted that they turned out with an unappetizing appearance.
In the Spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt. ~ Margaret Atwood
Quiches are my idea of perfect party food.
Everyone's favorite question to ask me lately: What do you crave during your pregnancy?
The first time I ever had a tortilla rollup was in the nineties. My new-friend-at-the-time Hyacinth had made a bunch of the little numbers and brought them to a get-together to which I’d been invited. I didn’t know very many people at the get-together and I was so shy and nervous that I just stood in the kitchen next to Hyacinth’s Tupperware container and ate her tortilla rollups till I bloated.
Last week, I was racking my brain to think of a new appetizer to add to my arsenal, perhaps something that could also double as a side dish at a summer barbecue.