Guacamole is my favorite food. When my dinners consisted of dry cereals and I refused to learn to cook, I still experimented until I found the perfect guacamole recipe. And as a guacamole connoisseur, I can boldly say this is the best guacamole recipe around.
Matt has always been a huge soup person. Me, not so much. Since I’ve never been a soup connoisseur, I called in the reinforcements. My good friends Kelsey and Glenna came over for dinner to give me their honest opinion on this soup. They gave it two thumbs up. And I must say, after this recipe, I might be a convert.
Now that it’s Lent, I have been trying to find recipes without meat for Matt and me to eat on Fridays. As much as I enjoy a good fish fry, Matt and I gave up going out to eat for Lent, so we are stuck cooking our own sans-meat meals. I have been resisting the temptation to toss some frozen fish sticks into the oven. Instead, I made this fun pasta dish that doesn’t need sauce.
This is easily my favorite side dish by far. After pinning this recipe from the la bella vita delicious & beautiful living blog, it exploded with repins–almost 12,000! And rightly so. This is delicious! I am very thankful that Roz introduced me to this delicious salad.
Now that everyone is pinning recipes like crazy, I decided I would actually try to make the recipes I pin on Pinterest. Tonight’s recipe comes from Baker Bettie. I had such a fun time making it and Matt absolutely loved it!