Michael went to Costco yesterday and arrived with this Evil Temptress:
For dinner we made nachos. I chopped black olives, onion and jalapenos to go on top of the nachos.
When I got home I was starving and he proposed the idea of nachos. I didn’t think that would be filling enough, so I suggested shrimp too. Michael took care of the shrimp.
Turns out, the nachos WERE filling enough and we didn’t need the shrimp. Oh well. Hopefully the leftover cold shrimp will taste okay on top of a salad or something.
I topped my nachos with light sour cream. It was very tasty! We don’t have nachos very often but boy are they good.
A tip for cooking with shrimp: put the tails or discarded shrimp in a zip-lock bag before throwing in the garbage. You will save yourself some smelly messes!
I was very full from dinner. Almost too full but it was still good.
Yesterday’s topic on Vanity Sizing was pretty popular and it seemed universal that people were annoyed with non-standard sizing.
Angela over at This Awesome Life said: “I also noticed when I was trying on some track pants that I took the 3x size pants thinking, no way I’d fit in 2x, only to find that even the 2xs are now a little baggy. I wish I had bought a couple 1xs, they were on clearance for $5!” That brings up a great topic that I’ve discussed before.
Losing weight can be a costly endeavor when it comes to clothes shopping. Just like Angela said, too many times to count I bought clothes I never had a chance to wear because I’d lost too much weight to fit into them. I highly suggest buying smaller sizes and “losing weight into them”. I started buying clothes that were snug because I knew in a few weeks they would fit. It’s a good tip.
QUESTION: What do you put on your nachos?