Hello to everyone visiting Classy Sassy and Smartassy Blog! I wanted to give a BIG thank you to Jasmine for allowing me the ultimate pleasure of guest posting with you all today. I am a new blogger to the blogging scene and was so excited when I received the opportunity to guest post for her. I hope I can live up to her blog’s name! Before I begin this really awesome blog post I just wanted to give you a little bit of information about me. My name is Trisha and I am the writer, editor and photographer for The Ham & Cheese Of It. I am also the wonderful mother to a new baby girl and an awesome wife (if I do say so myself) to a very handsome husband. Because of my husband’s military career we get the opportunity to travel internationally quite often. As of right now we currently live in Japan and this winter we will be moving to Germany. This wonderful life that we lead allows us to try different food from all over the world.This of course is the main purpose behind my blog. I am travel/food writer and post about our awesome experiences with…
My boyfriend and I decided to get some salmon the other and we wanted fresh salmon. We went to our local grocery store and they have a seafood market inside, so we decided to try out their fresh salmon. We got these two slices of salmon for a total of $10.50!! How awesome is that? Of course I love a good garlic & herb salmon. I’m sharing with you my recipe.
One of my favorite go to meals when I have to make something super quick is “Fish Tacos”. Now I’m not talking about the frozen fish you buy at the store but actual fish you buy fresh and get from the store, season it and cook it. This is by far my favorite recipe because my mom taught me how to do it. Family recipe I must say. Growing up fish was a must every Friday since we didn’t get to eat meat. We were catholic and so my parents would always make Fish for dinner. I have made this fish with white rice and its so delicious. I have also shared this recipe with my close friends. They loved it. I decided to make this Fish recipe into a fish taco recipe. I seriously hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Sharing the best Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup. Perfect for fall and winter weather. Simple and easy to do. All you have to do is put all the ingredients in the crockpot. My family and I loved this recipe and I can’t wait to make Chicken Noodle Soup again. CHECK OUT THIS MONTHS SPONSOR:
Ingredients: 10 eggs scrambles (I added milk to make it fluffy) Salt & Pepper Tater Tots 3 Bacon Strips 4 Sausage Links Shredded Cheese Directions: 1. Preheat oven at 415 degrees. While the oven is preheating cook the bacon & sausage. 2. Place tater tots on a baking sheet and bake for about 10-12 mins 3. Scramble eggs, add milk and cheese, salt and pepper. 4. Once the bacon and sausage are cooked, place them on a paper towel to cool off. Once they’re cool, chop up the bacon and sausage into little bites. 5. Remove the tater tots from the oven, on a cupcake baking pan spray non-stick cooking spray, place a few tater tots, add the bacon and sausage, and pour the egg mixture over it. (Don’t over fill). 6. Bake for about 15-20 mins or until cooked all the way. 7. Remove from oven and ENJOY!!!! Made these for my boys, sis and her boyfriend and they loved it. I think my sisters boyfriend was in heaven considering how giddy he was about them. Lol