Fiesta Friday #208

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  1. nancyc says:

    Thanks so much for including the Cheesy Corn Casserole in the features this week! 🙂

  2. Monika says:

    Nice pasta dish! No, I don’t think anybody can cook pasta and just add things to it, you should definitely have shared what things you added to yours:)

  3. Sometimes easy and simple are the best recipes. Heck, I just posted one of Gene’s favorite appetizers he made using saltine crackers – can’t get any easier than that 🙂

  4. I was using ZipList recipe plugin and it stopped working. I’ve been working on moving 200+ recipes to WP Recipe Maker plugin, one by one for months and I still have so many to go. Ugh.

  5. Antonia says:

    Simple pasta dishes are the best! I hope you have been doing well Angie! The selections look delicious this week and I love Mollie’s philly sliders! Have a nice weekend! 😀

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Antonia, I’m doing well. I hope you are too. Mollie’s sliders will be served in many Super Bowl parties around here; I’ve shown them to everybody at work! 😄

  6. Hi all, and thanks for the feature, guys! Well, I just posted New England Clam Chowder for the opposing team, Angie…but good luck to your Patriots!

    • oh, did I really say patriots!! Ha, it’s too early for me! I meant of course EAGLES!!

      • Angie says:

        Oh no, I hope it’s not a bad omen. Quick, knock on wood, cross your fingers, throw salt over your shoulder, go outside turn around three times and spit! That should do it! 😄😄

        • lol! The last one’s a new one on me!! Although I might have jinxed you. When I made the sliders, your team won and I think what I should have done was made hotdish for the Vikings. Now, I’ve made the chowder…we’ll see what happens, lol!

  7. Simple pasta dishes are fun, don’t worry!

  8. Thanks for hosting a fun Fiesta party!! Everything looks great!

  9. Angie you’d be surprised how many people ‘can’t’ boil pasta and add things to it! 😛 Your pasta looks delicious and I wish I could get mine to look like that! That said, my son just likes pasta plain with a dash of olive oil, or at a stretch pasta with homemade pesto stirred through! “Easy, simple, busy-day” meals are what most of us use daily and it’s so fun to see what others cook as their go to easy foods! See, no excuse now not to post a recipe (plug-in or no plug-in)! Hope you’ve had a great weekend. x

    • Angie says:

      Laurena, you always know how to put things in perspective. It’s true that even I myself tend to gravitate towards easy, simple recipes for weekday cooking. Maybe it’s actually ok for me to post those recipes, though I hate to call them recipes. Most of the time I just grab what I have or what I think tastes good with a particular ingredient and call it a day 😄

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