Hi everyone! I'm joining up with Elizabeth's T Stands For Tuesday even though I am a bit late! I'm also Tea-less today which our host says is okay.
Since I might be new to some of the participants, I thought today I would do a little "getting to know you" type of post. I was born on a Tuesday in October, but unlike the poem, I don't consider myself "full of grace ". Sometimes, just the opposite. I'm more of a Monkee's "dream child". Always dreaming of places I'd like to visit, things I like to do, and projects I'd like to craft. My interests are all over the place; but if I had to narrow it down, I would say beading, painting, and cooking are at the top of the list. I have always been inspired by Southwestern and Native American art although my ancestry is Italian on both sides. I am married 22 years this August & we have one daughter who just graduated college & is headed off to Grad School. We live 75 miles north of New York City in a small town of about 8,500 people. Having grown up in a city of over 50,000, it is quite a change--and I love it! Now before I bore you to tears, let me get on with the rest of my T (less) Tuesday post!
I promise that I really do craft...but for today, I am sharing another favorite meat-less lunch. Quesidillas! Fun, quick to make, and very versatile!
Guacamole--This is my quick and easy method to make a small amount
1 ripe avocado
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
chopped onion--I used a Vidalia onion which is a sweet onion
chopped tomato with the seeds removed
salt & pepper (I consider these optional)
I put everything in a mini food chopper and blended it until smooth. You could chop some of the avocado and add it in after everything is blended if you like more texture. I'm not big on measuring but 1 teaspoon of lemon juice seems to be enough for this to remain fresh for a few days.
Thanks for stopping by to visit--I'm going to visit everyone now else now.
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