Re-discovering my natural creativity allowed me to look inward, enabling me to filter my world from my emotions and perceptions. This is who I am now. My art consist of mixed media and making jewelry from vintage finds. I love decorating my home, gardening, photography, journaling, traveling and working in my art studio. Most importantly is making time for my family and friends, that make my life good.
I have found that I have become a Pinterest cook....no longer a cookbook collector that I once was. I plan to share some of my cooking recipes that have been huge successes.
Christmas we had a Mexican Dinner theme. One of the dishes I prepared was the Chicken Fajita Dippers. They were yummy! Follow me on Pinterest....
BAKED CHICKEN FAJITA ROLL-UPS
1 T. olive oil
1 red or orange bell pepper, seeded and diced
1/2 onion, diced
1 clove garlic, finely minced
1/2 T. taco seasoning
1 T. freshly squeezed lime juice
Pinch brown sugar
2 c. shredded cooked chicken
1 c. shredded Mexican cheese blend
About 12 small (fajita-sized) flour tortillas
Preheat oven to 415 F. Line a baking sheet with foil; lightly coat foil with cooking spray.
In a large skillet over medium low heat, warm olive oil.
Add diced pepper and onion, and cook until veggies are soft.
Stir in garlic, and cook until fragrant, about 30 seconds.
Add taco seasoning, and cook for 30 seconds.
Stir in lime juice and brown sugar.
Add chicken, and stir to combine.
Remove skillet from heat.
Lay tortillas out flat.
Add about 1 ½ - 2 tablespoons of filling to the outer third of each tortilla.
Sprinkle cheese evenly over chicken filling.
Tuck the top and bottom in, and roll tortilla up.
Place seam side down on prepared baking sheet.
Lightly mist tortillas with nonstick cooking spray.
Bake 15-20 minutes, or until crisp.
Serve with sour cream, guacamole, and salsa, or your favorite dipping sauces.
This recipe comes from i love eating. I also found many more great recipes on this site.
Welcome to Vicki's of 2 Bags Full Blog Grow Your Blog Party ; I'm so glad you're here! Hundreds of bloggers are joining in on the fun of finding new blogs and meeting new blogging friends. I t's going to be a grand party...so, welcome to Grow Your Blog Party and Fox Hollow Tales. My blog is about my life outside of selling real estate, which includes life at home, gardening, cooking, decorating and entertaining. creating mixed media art, traveling to art events around the country & taking art & jewelry classes, I enjoy sharing my travels with you, since I have been fortunate to travel to many interesting destinations. And I love taking photographs. From time to time I love to give some tales of my Burmese kitties, Chopin and Monet I hope that you will come back and visit me often. Please take a few minutes to look around here, and perhaps even choose to follow me. In appreciation to those that sign up as my new follower
DEADLINE JANUARY 31ST! DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY... Foxhollow Studio welcomes RitaReade March 4th & 5th for 2 days of classes in the studio. If you do not already follow Rita on Instagram, you can see her daily post @mammabellarte & see how multi- talented this lady is. I met Rita in Italy on the Prone to Wander Retreat with Carolyn Peeler @pronetowanderretreats a few years ago. Rita grew up in Sicily and teaches Italian cooking classes in her home in California. She has lived in the states most of her adult life. She is an amazing artist and business woman and you will love her enthusiasm and generosity in sharing her skills. This is such a great opportunity to have her in our studio. If you would like to join in with us, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for detail on enrollment.
Welcome to Foxhollow Studio! I am so happy to share my Creative Space with you! ok....I went shopping today and added a lamp and some greenery. I love these things that make me get things done. Look at the difference....much better! I use my shelves above my work table to display some favorite items that I have made, received in swaps and were given as gifts by artist friends. This is a new color and a fresh look for me this year...take a look at last years studio pic. I love the new color and my chandelier! I must admit...after I saw Karen's jars covered with embellishments for holding her tools, I made some too! They were so much fun to do, that I made some and gave them away! I always enjoy finding vintage items for storing my tools, like this old bowl for my jewelry tools and the old metal drawers are great for jewelry parts with its divided compartments. I took an old water sprinkler for displaying the jewelry that I am making or its handy for when I w