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Monday, March 19, 2007

Noisykid Kitchen - BBQ and Tex-Mex

What better way for a family of Irish/French/Italian/Hungarian Catholics living in Texas to celebrate the Feast of St. Nicholas! After singing Veni Veni Emanuel and praying the grace before meals, we had BARBEQUE AND TEX-MEX!!


16 year old boyNoisykid, 15 year old girl Noisykid.


Grilled chicken breast fajitas, seasoned with Greek seasoning, garlic powder, minced onions, fajita seasoning, and olive oil. Served on flour tortilla shells.


Fresh garden salad


Gevalia Royal Vintner coffee, Diet Dr. Pepper, water

Optional items:

Guacamole(recipe below)

Chili con queso

Shredded cheddar cheese

Sour cream

Shredded lettuce

Tortilla chips

Refried beans


Fresh tomatoes

Guacamole Recipe

12 Avocados

6 small tomatoes, diced

1 small onion, diced

Juice of 1 small lime

4 cloves fresh garlic(more or less to taste), minced


1. Remove avocado skins and pits

2. Smash avocados in large bowl

3. Add remainder of ingredients

4. Add salt to taste

5. Mix thoroughly, chill and serve.

Salsa con queso:

Chili con queso


Ground beef with taco seasoning

Tomatoes or salsa

1. Pour chili con queso into small bowl.

2. Place equal amounts of beef, guacamole, and tomato(or salsa) on top of queso

3. Use as a dip with tortilla chips

1 comment:

FloridaWife said...

MMMMMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmm.. I love BBQ and TexMex.

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