Sunday, May 03, 2009

$3.33 a day: Cinco de Mayo Feast!


This is just a quick post. I have a lot to update, but no time right now.

The above dish was from my Cinco de Mayo Feast Cooking Class I taught today.

We made:
Green Chile Sauce
Red Chile Sauce
Pico de Gallo
Queso
Scallion Lime Sour Cream (made from whole soybeans)
Chipotle Lime Black Beans
Enchilada Bake (stuff with Spanish Bulgur and Veggies, topped with Queso and Enchilada Sauces)
Guacamole
Pina Colada Green Smoothies

I am really behind on reading peoples blogs and everything online (I don't have internet at home and am at the mercy of my neighbors wireless which is spotty lately)..

I have tons of news to update:
  • Job situation
  • End of April stats complete with a grocery list for the month of April
  • April weight loss
  • E-Book

21 comments:

  1. I wish I could have been at that class! The food looks and sounds gorgeous. I attended an Alliance for Animals Cinco de Mayo dinner catered by (duh) Chipotle. Yikes. We had burritos.

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  2. excited to hear your updates! :)

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  3. So jealous of your "students" wish I was at that class!! :)

    Can't wait to hear your updates, hopefully all good news!

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  4. Your class must have been spectacular because that fiesta plate looks amazing! I can't wait to hear all your exciting news.

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  5. This post is such a teaser! What's up with the job situation???

    Your Mexican plate looks bueno.

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  6. your class must have been the best 'cause all of your cinco de mayo eats look most scrumptious, Melody! :) it sounds like you're one busy bee - hang in there, and i can't wait to read your update! yay!

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  7. Robyn8:47 PM

    Can't wait to hear all your news! I hope your class went well. The food looks delish!!

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  8. sounds like you've got a ton going on! i wish you the best with all of it and i can't wait to hear the news.

    amazing looking dish! i totally admire your cooking abilities since you make so much from scratch!

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  9. YUM! And yay! Can't wait for the future updates! They sound super exciting!

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  10. I can't wait for all your news, Mel!

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  11. Your Cinco De Mayo food sounds deliciosa! I can't wait to hear all the other news! ;)

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  12. hope things quiet down a bit soon!

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  13. Looks wonderful. Wish I could have taken your class.

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  14. You sound busy, girl. That's wonderful!

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  15. Yum, that festive meal looks great!

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  16. The food looks amazing and the menu sounds so delicious = lucky students!!!!

    Can't wait to hear your updates. Wishing you the best of luck!!!=D

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  17. Green pina-colada smoothie! That sounds amazing!

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  18. That looks really, really delicious!

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