In all seriousness, what will I blog about when there are beautiful blue skies and no weather to complain about?!
Luckily my ticket to Florida to celebrate the birthday of #Grandpa Al in April just got booked, so we will find out : )
Onto another serious matter…Dinner!
Food Bloggers-What do you do when you make a great recipe but don’t get a good picture of it?! Last night’s meal was Crockpot Chicken Pesto from my 150 Healthiest Crockpot Recipes Book (seriously everything I make from here is golden!). Tuesday morning, I chopped the shallots. Tuesday afternoon, the BOY did the rest. Note: this was an easy recipe that I might have done ahead of time but we didn’t have room in our fridge for the full crockpot and I didn’t want chicken sitting out all day. End Note: I really didn’t think it was necessary to take a picture of the shallots.
Tuesday was a longer day than expected and I came back, just drained! I walked in at 9pm not even sure if I was going to eat dinner, but the sweet smell of pesto did me in. I took a small bowl of the chicken and mushroom mix and ate it standing while I unpacked my bag, debated doing some work, and changed into my PJ’s. I then proceeded to clean up the kitchen putting dinner in a tuperware in the fridge. It didn’t even occur to me to take a photo and I certainly didn’t have the energy to stage it as a real meal (like with veggies and some rice).
But, this dinner was fantastic, so I’d hate for ya’ll to miss out, but a blog post without pictures? That is so not me!
Insert random picture of car covered in snow this morning…
And so I have decided to share the link because this recipe is worth checking out and then post about this recipe in full the next time the BOY cooks with the crockpot : ) No, I will make it way before then!
As a consolation, I do have an updated photo from yesterday’s chili to show you, and I can tell you that it is filling and fantastic! And totally worth making for one last pre spring crockpot recipe!
Ok, so what do you do when blog posts don’t go according to plan?