One Beer Bread at a Time.

Sunday, July 1, 2007

Links are so much fun


I love to put links to other sites in my newsletter and was super happy to figure out how to add some links here. I think I'll change them whenever I learn about a site that one of my friends, clients or collegues has to share.


Tomorrow night the family will all be going to see the White Sox game. This time I'll be smart and feed the kids dinner before I leave for the park. That way we won't spend too much $$$ on food!


For the 4th we are going over to a great friends house for a little BBQ...I am hoping that she will be making some of her AWESOME 7 layer salad. I will be more than happy to bring any and all of her favorite Tastefully Simple products if she'll make the great salad.


I have loved 7 layer salad since I was a kid. The boys don't care for it, but Anna fortunately for me is more daring in her tastes and she likes it about as much as me.

What a beautiful day today. I participated in my first virtual personal development seminar and it was really good. I can't wait to do it again. The coach behind this virtual even was Michelle Burns and this is her website: http://www.designyourdestiny.com/. She rocks, I higly recommend her!


Now that a new TS year is here I am looking forward to growing my personal business, my team and myself this year. The beginning of a new year is always exciting for me be it, New Years, or the new Recognition year, or the beginning of the school year...
The 7 layer Salad:

8 cups chopped iceberg lettuce
3/4 cup sliced red onions (about 1 small)
2 cups frozen peas, thawed (one 10-oz. pkg.)
about 6 slices crumbed bacon 0r turkey bacon (or Bacon Bacon)
1 green pepper chopped or carrots
6-8 eggs sliced
3/4 cup KRAFT Mayo (feel free to use low fat--you gotta reduce the fat in this recipe somewhere!
1 Tbsp. sugar
1 cup KRAFT Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Layer lettuce, then green peppers or carrots, onions, peas, eggs, then bacon. Mix the mayo and the sugar. Spread on the top then sprinkle the cheese.
Refrigerate several hours or overnight.

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