Taco Salad … again


You know, like any blogger, that there’s no way anyone with an active blog can thoroughly clean up the whole thing. But you can maximize your cleaning with a little (or a lot 😉 ) of an overhaul; refreshing, updating images,  themes, etc., blah blah blah

➼ take a good look, CLEAN (delete trash), organize and repair if necessary.

Blog clean up ~,2817,2408332,00.asp

Blogging gets messy quickly. Successful bloggers update often, working at rapid fire pace. Images, tags, links, and titles whirl around in a flurry, and land in a backend heap that lacks any sort of organization whatsoever. Good bloggers dedicate themselves to their passion, sticking to it for years, which only adds more mess to the pile and exacerbates the problem. Here’s my overarching advice about cleaning up your blog: Learn where and when to let things slide. Strategically letting go is just as important as knowing when to stay on top of your organizational efforts. Think of cleaning up your blog in terms of efficiency and payoff, rather than end result. There’s no sense in trying to reorganize your blog solely from the backend if it doesn’t help your audience find content or entice them to return to your site.




#Confession: this whole blog clean up thing has also got me pondering…contemplating… changing the name, again


okay, ready for this? (me neither)

➼  “la buona cucina” 


I eat way too much #TacoSalad!
But…once I make a big skillet of the meat (seasoned with #TacoSeasoning, not #chilipowder for us). Then it’s too easy to make a bowl every night by simply heating the meat mixture up & throwing it together.
#confession – I can eat the same thing every night for a week (or more) when it’s something I REALLY like. Tacos, burgers…fried chicken 😉 ♡






Source: CATALINA Taco Salad

*ingredients can obviously vary according to favorites and/or what is in pantry, etc.. like even here, I didn’t have the kind of cheese I’d buy for this but I did have shredded cheddar. And sometimes, if in the mood, I make,homemade catalina dressing but I’m sure not against easier delicious Kraft Catalina 😀
**I make enough “Taco meat” & chopped, sliced & diced ingredients that I can eat it all week simply reheating the meat. And I do


***and check out #tacosalad for a picnic at bottom 😀

**** my entire family’s favorite tortilla chips are TOSTITOS® Cantina Thin & Crispy Tortilla Chips


What You Need

  • 1 lb. lean ground beef
  • 1/2 cup KRAFT Classic CATALINA Dressing, divided
  • 2 Tbsp. chili powder
  • 8 cups torn iceberg lettuce
  • 1 cup broken tortilla chips
  • 3/4 cup KRAFT Mexican Style Finely Shredded Taco Cheese
  • 1/2 cup…

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