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Hello My friends!

My goodness it has been too long!

Honestly I have to tell you that I am considering taking some time off of the blog. As much as I have loved these past two years and have been humbled by the outpouring of support, I haven’t made a single recipe in one of the piles of cook books I have, or in the stacks of  cooking magazines I collect, as I have been too busy on the quest to come up with original recipes. In many ways this has challenged me as a cook, but in many ways it has stunted me. I have always loved the challenge of following a recipe and tasting the fruits of my labor. And frankly I miss some of my favorite recipes from days gone that were not mine-Like my favorite Thai shrimp or roasted red pepper pasta. And as I sit here trying to read my chicken scratch of notes that I make when I cook, I realize in many ways, that I don’t appreciate the cooking process in the way that I did when I just cooked for cooking’s sake. A few more recipes may follow as there are piles of them that have been made and not blogged about, but I ask for your patience as I take some much needed time to step away and drink a glass of wine while making dinner with no worry about getting it done before the sun goes down to snap the perfect picture.
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Don’t worry—I will be back.

Hugs,

Bree
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Here’s What You Need:

1.5 cups of quartered tomatillos
1.5 cups sweet grape tomatoes
2 garlic cloves
¼ cup of evoo
½ tsp of smoked paprika
1 tsp of cumin seed
½ tsp Mexican oregan
¼ tsp chili powder
½ tsp of agave
¼ tsp salt

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Roast at 400 for 15-20 minutes, stirring often. Let cool and then blend until smooth. Amazingly creamy fajita or enchilada sauce!
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Note: I roasted 3 zucchini, sliced; 2 bell peppers of mixed colors, sliced, 1 onion, 1 jalapeno + salt +pepper and 2 tbs of evoo and the sauce to make vegetarian baked fajitas.

Comments

  1. Aww, no! I’ll miss you. Don’t be a stranger, ya hear? ;)

  2. Amee says:

    This sounds delicious Bree!! I totally understand about the break. I have thought about that often, too…this blogging world sucks you in and it’s difficult to turn your mind off sometimes! Enjoy your time off and you’ll come back refreshed and ready to dive into your next post. Take care. xo~

  3. Sues says:

    We will miss you and these fabulous recipes! But I totally understand! :)

  4. male fan says:

    Enjoy your time, it’s well deserved!! :-)

  5. great idea! I make my own taco sauce but never thought to do fajita sauce! Your the bomb

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