Friday, April 29, 2016

NUTTER BUTTER Cookie Mustache Pops + Mustache Party Ideas

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Nowadays there are so many adorable party themes out there to choose from. One of my favorites has to be the "Mustache" theme, because it's super versatile. It can be for a boy's birthday, a fun get-together with friends, a more "grown-up" party, a baby shower... you name it, and this theme can probably work for it. 



The other day a bunch of adorable mustache-themed ideas kept flooding my mind and I love that I am able to share them with you so that you, too, can use them for your own parties!
While shopping at Walmart the other day and I grabbed some of the supplies I needed to make some super cute, easy Mustache Pops that can also be used as props and Mustache Cups that would be perfect for any mustache party. Get ready to be excited... 


NUTTER BUTTER cookies have been one of my favorite cookies since I was a child. Their peanut buttery goodness makes them one of my favorite sweet treats to snack on. Also, look at them... They're the perfect shape for mustaches! Why bake your own cookies when you have the perfect canvas for some adorable mustaches? They're pretty much the perfect cookie for almost any design you can think of! I love their versatility (pretty sure this is the word of the day.)


So, in just a few simple steps, you can make super adorable Mustache Pops and I'm going to show you how. First thing, grab some:
  • NUTTER BUTTER cookies 
  • long lollipop sticks
  • black chocolate melting wafers.

Next, use one of the sticks to poke a hole in the bottom (peanut butter part) of the NUTTER BUTTER cookies.


Dip your lollipop stick into your bowl of melted black chocolate wafers and place it in the pre-poked hole.


Allow the chocolate to harden, so the stick is secure. Then you can decorate! There are so many mustache options out there -- have fun with it!


Look how adorable they are! Seriously, could they be any cuter? I don't think so!


I also have a tutorial for some super cute, also super easy cups that will be a hit at the party:

DIY Mustache Cups Tutorial:

Supplies:
  • 1 piece of felt, found at craft stores. {it was smaller than a sheet of paper}
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Small plastic cups

Directions:

Step 1. Cut felt into small rectangles, about 2-1/2" x 1-1/4" Fold each rectangle in half and cut out your desired mustache shape.
Step 2.  Grab your glue, your mustaches and your cups.
Step 3. Apply a small drop of glue to the center of your mustache.
Step 4. Place it right under the "lip" of the cup and allow it to dry.


I thought milk would be perfect to serve in the cups -- milk, cookies, you know... the perfect combination? Also... Milk Mustaches. Get it? The milk has a mustache! It's hilarious. Isn't it? I know, Im cracking up, too.


My little guy with the cookie pops in action! These really are the perfect treat to make because, not only are they super delicious, but they double as an adorable prop to instantly give any person their very own mustache! Trust me, people want mustaches. And now they can have their own, and eat it, too!

{Click image to enlarge + print}

Because I care about you and your mustache party so much, I have also included a Mustache Matching game that you can print and have your guests play! Matching games aren't just for kids. Adults love them, too! Just print the image above (cardstock is best) cut out the squares and flip them over and let the matching begin!

I hope you'll use these ideas at your next Mustache Celebration and I hope you have as much fun making them as I did! Sometimes it's the simple, easy details of a party that really bring it all together and add that special "cuteness" factor! Have fun and happy celebrating!

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Dark Chocolate Coconut Almond Crunch


The secret to a happy life, in my opinion, is chocolate. There are very few things that can give me the pure satisfaction that chocolate can. It can also take away any sadness or anger I may be feeling and instantly put me in a great mood. Pair that chocolate with some salty nuts and crunchy, buttery toffee and you've got yourself a winning combination. 

Now, throw a little toasted coconut on top and you've officially arrived. This is as good as it gets.


There's something really satisfying about chopping up chocolate. Give me a sharp knife and a big hunk of dark chocolate and I'll be a happy camper.


Hello, beautiful chocolate. Hi! You're so pretty. Yes you are.


Now, a sprinkling of pixie dust. I mean coconut. And now you have yourself the perfect little treat that will satisfy your sweet tooth. And your salty tooth, if that's a thing. Which it's not. But, it should be.

Enjoy! But try not to eat them all at once... Like I did. 


Dark Chocolate Almond Crunch:

Ingredients:
  • 1/3 cup white sugar
  • 2 tablespoons salted butter
  • 1 cup raw almonds
  • 1- 1/2 cups chopped dark chocolate
  • 1 tablespoon sea salt
  • 1 tablespoon unsweetened coconut


Directions:

Place a skillet over medium heat and heat almonds, while tossing for 1-2 minutes or until they're golden brown and smell nice and toasty. Set aside. Place coconut in the same pan and toss until golden brown, then remove from heat and set aside.

Place sugar and butter in a small saucepan over low heat. Once mixture melts, cook for 6-8 minutes, or until it's beginning to thicken and turn a rich caramel color. Quickly toss almonds to the pan and coat with mixture. Place tablespoons of the nut mixture on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and allow to harden.

While nuts are cooling, melt chocolate over a double boiler until smooth and shiny. Spoon or drizzle chocolate over clusters and sprinkle with toasted coconut and sea salt. 

Makes about 16 clusters






Tuesday, March 22, 2016

"Pie in the Middle" Brownies

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Is it just me, or does the sound of applause echoing through a stadium, fireworks exploding in the sky and millions of people chanting your name ring through your head when somebody tells you "this is the best thing i've ever tasted," when trying one of your dishes? It's affirmation that all the work, the mess, the buttery fingers, the flour-covered blouse and the trial and error that went into making a new recipe, was all worth it. Fortunately, with the recipe i'm about to share with all of you, there will be plenty of that.

For those of you who love to experiment in the kitchen and like your desserts not only delicious, but fun and creative, i've got something that's going to blow your minds. I've never seen it done before. At least, you can't find anything about it online. So, i'm kinda thinkin' we are gonna start a trend here! 


But, before we get started... any good recipe begins with good ingredients. While I was shopping for some groceries at my local Walmart, I grabbed everything I needed to take on this beast of a dessert, including an Edwards Georgia Style Pecan Pie! They're not just for the holidays, guys!


I couldn't help myself and I also picked up a Mrs. Smith's Dutch Apple Pie. It's one of my all-time favorites and I love having it in the freezer for a last-minute dessert if we have company. Plus, the crust is made with real butter. So, you know it has to be delicious. Oh, and before you go, head over to Ibotta site to get a rebate on Edwards and Mrs. Smith pies! Isn't this awesome? I told you! 


Oh, man do I love pecan pie.


The first step to a successful brownie creation is a greased and floured baking vessel. I'm using a springform pan for this one, to make it easier to remove later. This brownie is going to be a monster.



Do you see that? Yes... That's a pie. In the middle of a ton of brownie batter. Are you getting excited now?


You know what's the only thing that will make a giant brownie with a pie baked into the middle of it even more exciting? Some rich, silky chocolate ganache to pour over the top of it. Try not to drool too much. Just wait...


Okay, now you may drool! I call that perfection. Pie. Inside a brownie. Isn't it the most glorious thing you've ever laid your eyes on? The brownie is perfectly cooked, the pie is perfectly gooey and overall it's just perfectly perfect.


But now we take it up a notch. Look at that chocolate. This is dessert, only better. It's something that has to be in it's own category of awesome. Have you seen a pie baked into a brownie before? Better yet, have you tasted it? No? Well, you have to. It will change you.


It will also change your level of dessertness. You won't be able to bake a simple batch of brownies for the next potluck. You won't be able to serve your guests a chocolate chip cookie... You will want to bring this. And everyone will want to eat it. And they will eat it. And it will be glorious.

Tell me, guys... What's your favorite kind of pie??



"Pie in the Middle" Brownies:

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup butter, melted
  • 1 cup vegetable oil
  • 3-1/2 cups sugar
  • 8 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1-1/3 cups all purpose flour
  • 1-3/4 cups cocoa powder
  • 3/4 teaspoons salt
  • 2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 Edwards Georgia Style Pecan Pie
For the ganache:

9 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup heavy cream



Directions:

Bake pie according to package directions. Allow pie to cool to room temp. 

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Spray a 8" springform pan with baking spray, coat with a thin layer of flour and place on a baking sheet. Set aside.

Place melted butter in mixing bowl, cool slightly, then add in your sugar, eggs and vanilla. Mix for 30 seconds. In a separate bowl, combine flour, cocoa powder, salt and baking powder. Add to the wet ingredients and mix until combined, about 20 seconds on medium.

Pour half the batter into the springform pan. Place cooled pie on top of batter and lightly press down. Pour all but 1 cup of the remaining batter over the top of the pie. Refrigerate extra batter for later use, or bake and enjoy.  Place pan and baking sheet in preheated oven. Bake for 2 hours, then cover with foil and return to oven for another 30-60 minutes. Check every 10 minutes by inserting a toothpick into the top and checking for wet batter. Time does vary depending on your oven, so you will want to keep a close watch on this one. You'll know it's done when the toothpick has no gooey batter and when the top begins to puff and firm up.

Once the brownie is cooked through, remove from the oven and allow it to cool. I placed mine in the refrigerator overnight so it would firm up and be easier to cut the next day. I recommend at least putting it in the refrigerator for a couple of hours before slicing.

While the brownie cools, you can make your ganache. Heat the cream in a saucepan over medium heat. Just when it's starting to boil, remove it from heat and whisk it into the chocolate chips until they are smooth and completely melted. Allow ganache to cool down.

Once you're ready to serve, slice a piece of the brownie and top with a large spoonful of ganache, a dollop of ice cream and your choice of topping. Chocolate shavings, cherries, berries, anything your heart desires!

Enjoy!

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Quaker Oatmeal 2 Ways - Birthday Cake & Parmesan Chive

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You know what I love most about a warm, hearty bowl of oatmeal? How versatile it is. Oatmeal can be anything it wants to be or anything you want it to be, oatmeal doesn't conform or follow any rules. It can be as sweet or as savory as you'd like, as wet or as dry or even as warm or as cold. That's what I love so much about it. It's a staple in our home and our go-to breakfast choice most days of the week. Today I want to share with you a few of our favorite ways to jazz up our favorite breakfast food and maybe that will inspire you to create your own original oatmeal creation.


First, make sure you have the proper ingredients before you get started. My local Walmart has all the Quaker® oatmeal you could ever need. Look at that selection! 

So, before we get started with these delicious creations, I wanted to show you something that's been a big hit in my house. Customizable spoons. My daughter loves sparkly, cute things and she also loves washi tape and all other decorative tapes for that matter. We have found that it makes breakfast even more enjoyable when you have an adorable spoon to eat it with. So, here's a little tutorial to help you make the perfect breakfast utensil:

Sparkle Spoon Tutorial:

Materials: Scissors, spoon with plastic handle, decorative sparkle tape.

Step 1: Gather materials. Scissors, spoon with plastic handle and decorative sparkle tape.
Step 2: Cut tape to desired length. I like to leave a small part of the end visible, just because it's cute.
Step 3. Wrap one side of the tape over the backside of the spoon.
Step 4. Wrap remaining side of tape over the back of the spoon. 
Step 5. Enjoy your sparkle spoon! You can also apply ModPodge over the whole thing once you're done wrapping, to help it stay secure. I like to change out the tape on our spoons and make them customizable, so I don't ModPodge ours.


The first step to total breakfast awesomeness is rounding up all your ingredients. Without your ingredients you have nothing. Literally. You will have no oatmeal. And then you will be sad.

Pretty much what I have for you today is an adult version and a child's version of our "Best Bowl" of oatmeal. The child's version is sweet, packed with delicious, buttery cake flavor and pretty sprinkles... and, oh, chocolate chips, of course! The adult's version is savory and more complex. More "adult," if you will. We've got some herbs, some cheese, some salty, crispy pancetta and a perfectly crisp fried egg. With runny yolk. Because yum.


Prep and chop anything that needs prepped and chopped. Like my chives. My parmesan was already shredded for me, so I just got to plop it down on the board without doing any work. Which is amazing in the morning, before school. Quick and easy!


Then you can start assembling your oatmeal. The best part. Sprinkles! Sprinkles are the best part of anything, really. They add so much color and fun. This oatmeal was instantly transformed into a party in a bowl. Who doesn't want a party in a bowl, first thing in the morning?


Look at that. Who wouldn't want to eat that? I mean, really? It's pretty much every child's dream. You show this to any kid and just watch as their eyes light up and the saliva begins to pool. Hello, perfect (sweet) bowl of oatmeal!


Oh, and you... Look at you. With all your ooey gooey cheesyness, and your salty goodness and your crispy eggness. Take one bite of this and tell me it doesn't taste like something you'd find at a nice restaurant. It's oatmeal's older, more successful cousin that lives in the Hamptons. Sometimes it comes to visit for the holidays and other times it's just too caught up with work. And the stock market. And maybe you'll see it next year, or maybe you'll get a call on your birthday. Who knows.

There you have it, folks. Now that I've brought you my family's best bowls, it's time for you to share yours! Right now, Quaker® is having a "Bring Your Best Bowl" contest that ends on March 12th! You can win $250,000 and have your oatmeal created and sold in stores later this year! How awesome would that be? Make sure to ENTER, so you don't miss out on your chance to win!

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Birthday Cake Oatmeal:

Ingredients:
  • 1 package Quaker® Instant Oatmeal, Original flavor
  • 1/4 cup dry yellow cake mix
  • 2 teaspoons butter
  • 1/2 cup boiling water
  • 2 tablespoons hot milk
  • 1 tablespoon rainbow sprinkles, divided
  • 2 teaspoons mini chocolate chips, divided
Directions:

Place oatmeal, cake mix and butter in a small bowl, add water and stir well to combine. Set aside for 2 minutes. Stir in 2 teaspoons rainbow sprinkles and 1 teaspoon mini chocolate chips. Top oatmeal with remaining sprinkles and chocolate chips. Serve and enjoy!

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Parmesan Chive Oatmeal:

Ingredients:
  • 1 package Quaker® Instant Oatmeal, Original flavor
  • 1/4 cup shredded parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 cup boiling water
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon pepper
  • 2 teaspoons chopped chives
  • 2 teaspoons pancetta, cooked until crisp
  • 1 fried egg
Directions:

Place oatmeal, parmesan cheese, salt & pepper and chives in a small bowl, add water and stir to combine. Top with crispy pancetta and a fried egg. Serve and enjoy!





Thursday, March 3, 2016

Sun-Dried Tomato Dip


When I dip, you dip, we dip.

There are few things that can make me "mmm" out loud, and dip is one of them. Especially this dip. If you're a fan of garlic and rich tomato-y goodess, and salty parmesan and creamy deliciousness then you're going to be in heaven when you taste it. There's so much going on, so many flavors, so many feelings surging through your body,.. but, somehow it just works so perfectly. Like most good dips. It tastes like something from your childhood, something new that you've just discovered and fallen in love with and something that you look forward to eating again very soon... all at the same time.


Over the last year I have come to really appreciate appetizers. For many of the celebrations we host at our house, we have been going full-app. Lots of finger foods, lots of dips, lots of things to nibble on. Sometimes it's better that way. Sometimes you just want to grab a little of this, a lot of that and a ton of dip.

For our next get-together I'm considering having a dip party and letting everyone bring a dip of their choice! I can just imagine all the different dips now... Yum! Okay, I'm definitely doing that. And if you end up doing that, too... You can make this Sun-Dried Tomato Dip! Perfect.



Sun-Dried Tomato Dip:

Ingredients:
  • 1/3 cup sun-dried tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 8 ounces cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 4 large basil leaves, torn
  • 5 garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 cups shredded Parmesan cheese


Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 

Place sun-dried tomatoes and mayonnaise in food processor (or blender) and pulse until small chunks of the tomatoes can be found throughout the mayonnaise and the mixture has turned pink. Add in cream cheese and sour cream and pulse until well-mixed. Finally, add in the basil, garlic and parmesan and process until well combined. 

Spread mixture in a pie plate or baking dish of your choice and place in the oven for 30-40 minutes minutes or until edges are beginning to brown and dip is hot and gooey.

Top with basil and serve with sliced, toasted baguettes or crackers. 






Thursday, February 18, 2016

Sweet Potato Pie Smoothie with Almond Crisp

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#SilkSipToSpoon #CollectiveBias


Lately, my daughter and I have been on a smoothie kick. We pretty much try to make smoothies out of anything and everything and are always so excited when we find a new combination or a new ingredient that takes our smoothies to a whole new level of deliciousness. 

I've also recently discovered something else that has quickly become part of my daily routine... Coffee. I know, you're thinking "Coffee? What? Everyone drinks coffee!" But, I'm here to tell you that until last year, I was never a "coffee drinker." Now, I love my coffee. Like, really love it.  And... I love my creamer. I have to have creamer in my coffee, and it has to be just the perfect amount. Precisely 1/3 of the liquid in the mug simply must be creamer.


Speaking of coffee... If haven't heard or seen it yet, Silk has come out with a new creamer and it's awesome. And did I mention that it's made with almond milk? I didn't? Well it is. Silk Almond Creamer comes in 3 flavors: vanilla, caramel and hazelnut. The caramel is my favorite. Caramel is always my favorite. True story. My local Walmart was almost out, but luckily I snagged one of the last few! Whew.


I discovered that not only is this creamer delicious in a nice, steaming cup of coffee, but it also makes a great ingredient in... wait for it... smoothies! Perfection. It's so packed with flavor and just the right amount of creaminess needed to achieve perfect smoothie texture.


Like that. Check out that texture. Silky smooth! The caramel creamer was the perfect compliment to the sweet, buttery, earthy flavor of the sweet potato in this recipe and it instantly made it taste like sweet potato pie. If you were blindfolded and you took a drink of this smoothie and I made you guess what it was, you would immediately default to sweet potato pie. Or you might say pumpkin pie... and in that case, I might give you half a point. Because that's pretty close... 


The only thing that could make a smoothie better is a little crunch on top. Right? I love finishing off smoothies with a little crispy texture at the end. It makes them look pretty and it says "I'm serious" without being too serious. I usually end up eating it first, but, sometimes it's fun to find a couple of oats throughout the smoothie as you're drinking it... Kind of like a treasure hunt

If you're a smoothie fan, I suggest you give this one a try. You won't be sorry. In fact, you'll be the exact opposite. You'll be not-sorry. You're welcome!


What is your favorite coffee creamer flavor to use??


Sweet Potato Pie Smoothie with Almond Crisp:
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Ingredients:

Almond Crisp:

  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup chopped or sliced almonds

Smoothie:

  • 1 medium sweet potato
  • 2 tablespoons greek yogurt
  • 1/3 cup Silk Almond Creamer - Caramel flavor
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/8 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • 2 cups ice

Directions:

Preheat oven to 300 degrees. In a medium bowl, combine oats, brown sugar, cinnamon and salt. Set aside. Place coconut oil in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 15-20 seconds, or until melted. Add honey to oil and mix. Pour over oat mixture and mix well to coat. Spread on a baking sheet, in a thin layer and bake for 15 minutes. Toss mixture and continue baking for additional 10-15 minutes, or until brown and toasty. Remove from oven, sprinkle almonds over the top, mix, and set aside to cool.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Pierce sweet potato skin all over and place on a foil-lined baking sheet. Bake for 45-60 minutes, or until tender. Set aside to cool. 

Once sweet potato is cool, measure out 2/3 cup of the flesh and place in blender. Add in yogurt, Silk Almond Creamer, vanilla, cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice and ice. Blend until smooth. 

Pour into glass and top with a sprinkle of almond crisp and pumpkin pie spice. 

Makes 1 smoothie.



Friday, February 12, 2016

Chipotle Shrimp Tacos with Sumo Citrus Salsa


John, Paul, Ringo and George had it right when they taught us that we all need a little help from our friends. I mean, let's be honest guys, how many times has a good friend come through for you by introducing you to something new, that quickly became one of your favorite things in the whole world? Case in point: the Sumo Citrus. Or, Sumo Mandarin, or most-amazing-citrus-ever, as I've come to call it. It all started with a message -- a single message: "Have you tried Sumos?" Followed by a "no." Which was followed by a "Okay, we'll make it happen." And now, I can't get enough.


The Sumo is a large, seedless, amazingly sweet mandarin that was originally developed in Japan (known as the Dekopon) and is now grown on family farms in my neck of the woods (Central California). They're a cross between a Japanese Satsuma and a sweet California Orange. You can spot these bad boys by their unique look: huge, bright orange, large knot at the top and their ability to be peeled in one piece with hardly any effort. 


As soon as I took apart my first Sumo, and saw how the juices were kept perfectly contained within each section, I knew they would be amazing to use for cooking. When it comes to chopping up citrus, a lot of the time it ends up being a mushy mess and that's just not fun for anyone.

I love using fruit in my salsas. I love the sweetness they bring, and they pair oh-so-perfectly with cilantro, onion and jalapeño. The Sumo mandarins are the perfect ingredient because they dice beautifully and all that gorgeous, vibrant juice is kept perfectly in place. See what I mean?


I'm a huge fan of pretty colors when it comes to food, and, seriously... You can't get any prettier than this! 


A little sweet, a little spicy... you've got your cilantro happening and the bite of the onion... Pure perfection! There are so many things you could put this on that would be delicious -- fish, chicken, pork... but, my favorite has to be... 



Shrimp! Fruit salsas are perfect with shrimp. So perfect. They were meant for each other. Now, shrimp tossed with some chipotle? Even better. You can adjust the chipotle and get the heat you like. We like ours with very little heat. We're not super spicy people, we just love the smokiness that chipotle brings to the table. It's not a party until chipotle shows up!



Now, those are some tasty looking tacos, if I do say so myself. If you take Taco Tuesday seriously, like you should, you're going to want to make these next time. If you're one of those people who likes to eat tacos on days that don't begin with "Tues," you can just make them whenever. They'll still be just as delicious. Maybe even more delicious... who knows!


If you can't get Sumos in your area, you can order them online in an awesome 8-pack that's all wrapped up in a pretty package! Order here.



Chipotle Shrimp Tacos with Sumo Citrus Salsa:

Ingredients:
  • 1 Large Sumo Mandarin, diced
  • 1/2 cup diced red onion
  • 1/4 cup chopped cilantro
  • 1/2 Jalapeño, seeded and diced
  • 1 pound shrimp, peeled and deveined
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 1-1/2 teaspoons chipotle powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon oregano
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 8 corn tortillas
  • 1/2 cup shredded cabbage (the red works really well in this recipe!)
  • 1/2 cup crumbled queso fresco
  • Limes, quartered


Directions:

Combine Sumo pieces, onion, cilantro and jalapeño and place in the refrigerator while you prepare the other ingredients.

In a small bowl, toss shrimp, olive oil, chipotle, oregano, salt & pepper together to coat. Heat a grill pan over high heat for a couple of minutes, until it's ridiculously hot. Place about half of your shrimp in the pan and cook for about 1 minute per side for small shrimp, 2-3 minutes for medium and 3-4 minutes for large. Remove when shrimp are cooked through.

Meanwhile, heat your corn tortillas over your burners (it will give them lovely little char marks) and assemble your tacos. I used about a heaping tablespoon of the salsa over each taco and it was just enough! Serve tacos with lime wedges for squeezing. 

Makes 8 Tacos.





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