They are super easy to make and pretty darn tasty.
This is just a quick video I wanted to share with you all. While going through photos for posts I found this video I shot of my apartment back in January. The day after the New Year, The Gentleman Friend and I cleaned my ENTIRE APARTMENT. I had to document the “after” as proof that my apartment could look mostly clean (still a few piles, but they were in the bedroom).
So while my apartment no longer looks this great, I’ll show it’s former glory:
The Gentleman Friend is really into Mexican food and the likes, so I wanted to try a recipe that would appeal to his love of this food genre. So enter, chicken enchiladas. We looked at some different enchilada recipes I had pinned on Pinterest, and this one was the easiest. We got a rotisserie chicken and tore it apart. Then we put chicken, spinach and Mexican blend cheese on them. Finally, rolled them up, put them in a casserole dish topped with salsa (instead of enchilada sauce) and more cheese. They were very good. I got the recipe from Cooking With My Kid.
A few weekends ago, was the New Orleans’ Comic Con. I got two tickets at work, so The Gentleman Friend and I went. We had a great time (after we spent a frustrating hour trying to park). We really just walked around looking at stuff and people. We checked out the Game room and I got to play a demo of a table top RPG game called Malifaux which was really cool. I was drawn to this game because the “board” set ups would work awesome with D&D. Then the rep for the game talked to me about it and then set me up with a demo. It was fun and I think I’ll get it to play with The Gentleman Friend (and then once we get down some mad skills, we’ll try to find other players around here).
Got to see Captain Kirk but didn’t feel like paying $75 to get an autograph. But that’s ok, there was plenty of other people to see.
Then we went to the costume contest which was a lot of awesome.
We were going to go to the Drink and Draw party afterward, but didn’t feel like walking forever to the car after drinking. So we went home and planned to come back the next day. We never made it back, but it was still fun.
So, for my birthday, The Gentleman Friend gave me a fryer. So awesome. The first thing we made with it was some fried ravioli.
Basically we got some frozen ravioli, boiled them, then dipped them in egg and bread crumbs and fried them in the fryer at 375°. We did sausage ravioli and shrimp & lobster ravioli. We had Caesar salads with our meal and it was delicious.