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Ok, so let me tell you about my friend, Angie.
I just love her. She’s such a dear friend; she’s beautiful, smart, and knows so much about everything (the girl loves to study history/science/everything else just for fun). Not to mention she’s so damn fun to be around.
Oh, and I LOVE when she gets tickled (um, that’s Southern for finding something funny BTW). She gets this look on her face, squints her eyes, tilts her head back and has the cutest, most infectious laugh.
She’s the inspiration (mastermind) behind this dish. I spent a day with her at her house a few weeks ago and she fed me this beautifulness that I re-created for y’all.
Great, let me go ahead and try and replicate that perfect shit.
I tried my best – Not sure if I made it quite as luscious as she did. But, it was very good.
Thanks for the food porn, Angie.
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As a part of my normal grocery shopping routine this past week, I hit up my local Wal-Mart that happens to be pretty new in my neighborhood. We’re so excited – and they’re open 24/7 - What! That’s insane. I’m not kidding; the week they opened Mark and I had insomnia on a Saturday morning about 3 am and went to get all the stuff to make a giant pancake breakfast. I think we momentarily lost our minds.
So, last week while shopping there I used a coupon from Coupons.com for $0.75 off two frozen Tony’s Pizzas.
I’ll be honest with you – I don’t normally buy frozen pizza; I make my own. That being said, as a busy mother with two teens (and a hungry husband), there definitely are times when I need something convenient to throw together when everybody’s in a hurry and they want something a little more substantial than a PB&J.
I made two Tony’s Pizza’s - one cheese and one pepperoni.
Katelyn ended up loving the jalapeno-avocado dip.
It’s such a different taste – I really liked it, but I think the Sriracha Ranch was my favorite.
Brantley’s not so much of a dip man.
I tried to get some smiles out of these two, but they were waaayyyy too into the pizza.
Here’s your printable for the dipping sauces -
There’s a coupon available right now for $0.75 off the purchase of two Tony’s Pizzas, click here to print (while supplies last). Click here to follow Tony’s Pizza on Twitter and here to follow on Facebook.
So, today I’m going back to my appetizer-whore ways. But you wouldn’t have it any other way. Right?
These may look a little on the difficult side. They’re not, I promise.
Think of them as deconstructed sushi roll nacho thingies. Kinda, sorta.
You may be thinking “Wasabi and Sriracha??” Yes. It’s not as hot as you would imagine. They’re just freakin’ good. The coolness of the slaw – although it has wasabi – balances it all very well.
You could always fold these like little tiny tacos and bake them instead of topping the wontons after, which I did, and they’re really good too. Just brush the egg white mixture on the flip side before you bake them.
Here’s your printable-