Guess who doesn’t hear fans anymore? Silence in our home is pretty fantastic. Wellllll……I suspect it is, I am still in El Paso, Texas for work. I was trying to figure out what to share with you today. I had to get creative, and in the process found some pics I never shared with you. I also found a fun snack I made when I did my Yellow Tail wine post. Do you remember my Poison Appletini and Snow White Crusader cocktails made with Yellow Tail wine? Well that post was all about snacks-wine-movie-and of course fun!
First, here are a couple pictures l found, my babies make me smile! Of course as always, my puppy is no where to be seen. That girl hates having her picture taken.
Tuki playing with his toy, and being cute!
That’s me at U.S.S. North Carolina, in Wilmington, NC
I don’t share a lot of pictures of me, but we honestly don’t take a lot of pics of me. I guess my puppy and I are a little bit alike that way…..just a little though!
Now I made this recipe several months ago, so I have to go on memory for cook times. This girl who gets called, “short-term memory girl” has remember what happened several months ago……this could be scary….
Nahhhh, have no fear, I have this all under control! I think we have established I travel A LOT, so snacks are my best friend! The roasted edamame is perfect to throw in a small container, and enjoy throughout the day. If you love roasted chickpeas, then you will love this recipe I promise!
- 2 (8-10oz) bags of frozen shelled edamame, thawed.
- 2-4 Tbsp of extra virgin olive oil, just enough to coat edamame.
- Garlic powder
- Salt and pepper
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahreneit.
- Spread out thawed edamame on a sheet tray. Toss olive and spices on edamame. Bake in oven for about 20-30 minutes depending on oven, or until golden brown and slightly crispy.
Not bad for this “short-term memory girl” right? Now I want to make some more soon. When my kitchen is back to normal, I am all over this recipe!
Now since I don’t have full use of my kitchen, I have some fun upcoming posts that involve a friends’ kitchen, some no-bake treats, and hubby’s favorite…grilling! I want to say thank you again to Tara at Della Rose Living, and Kate at Diethood. I truly appreciated the guest posts they shared, and their last minute love when I was in a bind due to my kitchen catastrophe.
Tell me something funny, I need more smiles in my day!