I just wanted to let you know that Michael had a surgery today. We’re hoping his final one. We were told it went great. There’s a chance that the skin graft will fail though and he will need something else done, but they seem pretty hopeful. Here’s hoping!
I made this. I always see these different pasta things in the aisles at the supermarket and I think hmm…easy peasy–let’s do it. We do. This is one of those things we’re glad we tried it. It’s really creamy. It tastes good. I wish it’d have a deeper parmesan taste, but you can do that by adding a bit of your own parmesan if you choose, but it’s good without it too. In fact, my son said mom this is good stuff, what is it. He was told and then he says well let’s buy this again! It cooks at a normal time. It’s not quick, but it’s not so crazy that whenever you cook it ends up leaving you with chewy noodles. It’s perfect. We like it!
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I can’t promise you that I’ll write everyday or wont miss a week here and there…but I’m trying. Thank you all for the patience and kindness you’ve given me. I’m super behind in reading your messages, but I’m working on it! I made this recipe out of desperation and searching 100 different fajita recipes, because my been fajitas always taste like crap.
I’ve been trying to make meals at home as much as possible. Some of the meals I’ve been making are things I’ve already posted here. I have had no time to make meal plans, because things are always so chaotic. We’re actually going to burn clinic once a week right now. We’re also scheduled for surgery again this week on Thursday. I’m going to try my very best to get back into a good routine. I guess we will see what happens. I can’t wait until this is all over!
2 lbs of sirloin
2 bell pepper, sliced, various colors
1 onion, sliced
2 cloves garlic
1 tablespoon honey
1/2 juice from a lime
1 tablespoon chili powder
2 teaspoons cumin
1 teaspoon paprika
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
Mix all together in a pan. Put in the oven at 400 degrees. Cook until done. 15-20 minutes.