I'm going to state the obvious...I haven't blogged in a really long time. I missed you, I really did.
I also missed cupcakes.
And talking about cupcakes and chocolate.
You see, we got a panini maker. That was the start of the problem. Dinner was just too easy. Two slices of bread, a slice of cheddar, two slices of turkey...voila! A hot dinner, no dirty dishes, no work, no blog.
So after a month of eating panini's (I do not exaggerate, we have gone through a lot of bread, cheese and meat), I decided it was time for a hot dinner. And since my favorite holiday was approaching, a Cinco De Mayo party was an easy choice! This party is what my beautiful fiestaware were made for! I was happy to see them so happy.
I'm not gonna lie, I like details. For me, that is (half) the fun have throwing a party.
Easiest Homemade Salsa Eva
(secret family recipe)
-2 cans of Del Monte Diced Tomatoes with Green Chiles
-1 Bunch Cilantro
-1 (4 oz) can of Green Chiles (Optional)
In a food processor chop onions and cilantro. Pour the 2 cans of tomatoes (and extra green chiles) into a blender, whiz for a couple seconds. Combine all ingredients and salt to taste! Refrigerate for a couple hours.
This salsa is best fresh. It doesn't last more than a couple days.