Brandon’s creamy crunchy baked Macaroni & Cheese
I use real fresh ingredients, with a few boxed shortcuts to save time. I’ve never made it this way, and kind of winged it, and it came out perfect. If you like your Mac creamy (like Panera’s) and not stringy or oily, check out my recipe:
Marinated chicken kabobs with mushrooms, red onion, red and green bell pepper, over basmati rice, topped with peanut sauce and green onion. A big “A” that was perfect to eat while watching the Angels win tonight :)
Easy Easter cupcake Idea: I just made these for my family Easter party
Super basic, but a tradition in my family. St. Patrick’s Day corned beef and veggies. Look’s super plain but the broth it’s cooked in, with lots of peppercorns, makes it real tasty.
I’m so sick of berries and fruits. I think I overdid it last week. Plus it was St. Patricks day so I made Green Tea and Cucumber Mojitos. Not Irish, but definitely green:
It’s Friday, and It’s Happy Hour:
Fresh Strawberry Martini with Mint and Blackberries
Dinner for 1 using leftovers, BBQ Chicken Quesadilla:
Chopped up some of last night’s BBQ Chicken (breast) and threw it in a Jack/Cheddar Quesadilla with corn, black beans, and green onions. Grilled it on a skillet with butter and Parmesan on the outside for crisp.
Topped it off with BBQ/Tapatio/Crema and Avocado Salsa. Opted to not squeeze the lemon in the picture on it, the sourness killed the sweet spicy BBQ sauce. Much better without it.
It blows my mind how good phone cameras have gotten. These frozen blackberries are tiny in person. It’s no DSLR quality but still pretty good.
Quick dinner for 1, Japanese Ramen Soup.
Tonight my family wasn’t home, so I only needed to cook for myself, and I didn’t feel like going to the grocery store just for myself so I made do with stuff I already had:
Cheese Tortellini soup with chicken, spinach, fire roasted tomatoes, in a chicken/onion broth
Dinner: Southwest BBQ Pork salad.