|The family before Christmas Eve service|
** I'm in my PJs for the next 2 pictures. I'm kind of embarrassed to admit that I put them on Christmas Eve (we get a new pair every year!) and didn't take them off until we went skiing on the 26th.**
|Helping Braden build his first Lego truck (note his bed hair--so cute!)|
|Playing in the snow with Hailey--yes, my jammies are under my fleece|
However, vacation is over and we're now back to reality. Sigh.
I'd planned to try out Ellie Krieger's "White Turkey Chili" while I visiting my family, but we had so many leftovers that we never got around to it. Now that I'm home and the husband and I need to get back to our healthy eating, this was the perfect recipe for the first dinner back "home." Thanks to Leslie of Lethally Delicious for picking this recipe--it forced me to try it out--and learn that hominy is something I should embrace, not fear. :)
While this recipe wasn't quick, it was certainly easy!
I forgot to get cilantro (oops) and I don't like greek yogurt (a sin in the foodie world, I know)--so we just ate our chili plain. The husband topped his with some extra sharp cheddar--it was good, but unnecessary.
I was pleasantly surprised by this recipe. I have a 50/50 chance with Ellie's food--sometimes I really like it, and other times it's bland. I used heaping spoons when measuring out the spices (and added an extra poblano) but otherwise followed the recipe perfectly.
Will I make it again? Absolutely. Serve it up with Cooking Light's cornmeal biscuits and you have an enjoyable dinner!