This is the pot of TACO JOE DIP. I made for the F.O.P. Cookie/treat exchange. This is so yummy...When I make I double recipe. 1 can (16oz) Kidney beans drained and rinsed 1 can (15oz) whole kernal corn drained 1 can (15oz) black beans rinsed and drained 1 can (14oz) stewed tomatoes 1 can (80z) tomato sauce 1 can (4oz) chopped green chilis 1 envelope taco seasoning 1/2 cup chopped onion tortilla chips
In slow cooker combine all ingredients except chips. Cook on low for 5 hours Serve with tortilla chips.
My cards Hannah's card Tiffany's Card Tiffany's sisters card Debbie's card Nancy's card again Nancy's card and...Nancy's card
Tiffany and her sisters tags... My Yummy Treats for the FOP exchange/ (Faternal Order of Police) Oh My I had to try Caramel apples too. After some fail attempts I found a trick::: Want to know you say???
Grab a big pot and boil water. dip your apples in boiling water for less than 5 seconds and then dry and place in fridge. They will look like they are ruined apples. This takes the wax off. After they have been in fridge for like overnight. Melt you caramels or make your own caramel. I have done both but I like easy. Dip cold apples into caramel and drip off excess. if going to decorate here do so or place in fridge to harden. Next is dip in melted chocolate and garnish with what your heart desires. replace in fridge and when hard then wrap pretty. I kept mine wrapped and placed in the garage because of had very cold temps outside. KEEP cold till ready to eat. YUMMY....
Andrew turns 9. Oh, where did the time go. Wasn't he just born yesterday...Well the best things about him not being born just yesterday is that we are both sleeping through the night. We celebrated his birthday earlier in the week and went Perkins for dinner. We all love breakfast food for dinner. The day of his birthday we left to go to Twin Falls. Emily had a clogging workshop all day Saturday and then they performed what they learned. She and her friends Courtney and Katherine road down with me and they are the best girls in the world...they even played some of my ERA.
I am a mother of 3 beautiful kids. 16, 14 and 9. I am pretty busy with the three all in different schools. I am married to a wonderful husband for 18 years and he works hard and has had many medical trials in the last 18 years. I tell him to quit being so tuff...God only gives you what you can handle. I continue to work night shifts at EIRMC with the best nurses around. I love my job most days. I get to meet great people. My husband works long hours too with BCSO, he gets to work days. We both love what we do. Enjoy reading about our crazy life that isn't any different from anyone else's.