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Blackened Chicken and Quinoa Salad – quinoa topped with blackened chicken, avocado, mango, bell peppers, corn, blueberries, feta, and a lime vinaigrette!
We are officially two days away from one of the biggest grilling holidays. How excited are you? Hopefully as excited as I am.
We’ve already talked about how much I love the 4th of July but what I haven’t told you is that I’m approaching the holiday with a game plan. Because I have s’mores on my brain and I cannot even wait to roast a million marshmallows over the grill and then smush them in between graham crackers with all sorts of chocolate.
I have absolutely nothing to blog about today so let’s talk TV.
Last week when my husband was in the field, I binge watched Under the Dome. I really like it but I feel like I’m in for another LOST. Like I’m going to spend the next 6 years of my life waiting for answers that I’m never going to get.
The Housewives are so boring these days. I skipped pretty much all of the OC this year but you better believe I was there for the reunion. I’m hoping some hair gets pulled or something next week. I haven’t even watched New Jersey! I’m so over the Joe/Melissa/Teresa/other Joe drama. And finally, I made it about 15 minutes into the Miami premiere before I put my ear thingies in and listened to the 90s alternative Spotify playlist.
Honey Boo Boo and Duck Dynasty last night? Yes, please. Best night of TV in awhile.
And as always, I’m obsessed with Big Brother. OBSESSED. I stay up way too late watching the feed, I obsessively read updates. I can’t get enough.
What are you watching? What should I be watching? Are you not-so-patiently waiting for Homeland to come back next month like me?
Nicole and I decided to make spicy drinks this week. I’ve always wanted to try a spicy margarita but I’ve never been brave enough to order one – or make one for myself. This gave me the perfect opportunity and I used it to make a Spicy CIlantro Margarita.
The recipe starts by infusing tequila with jalepeno for a week but if you don’t have time for that, just muddle a slice of jalapeno in the bottom of your shaker. Other than that, it’s a pretty standard margarita.
It was really delicious and a fun change from the usual super sweet margarita.