Wednesday:) What’s Cookin’ Miss Toni?

10 Dec

“There’s always something Cookin’ with me, but not always in the kitchen.”

Today was an absolutely gorgeous day in the 70’s. Awesome! I had gone to the store and heard this little voice in my head saying, “Your car is really dirty. You need to go to the car wash.” Or was that someone actually saying that. Mr. Jerry mentioned a few weeks back, when it was going to rain, that maybe I should put my car outside to get it washed. I think he was hinting. I did drive in the rain, but God didn’t do a very good job on the free wash. I’m not a big car or car wash person, so I get my car washed maybe twice a year. I’ve taken the hose to it in the summer if I was watering plants. Dirt doesn’t bother me. It’s rather artist friendly, I can write my name or make a cool design.

Well, I broke down, spent $6 and went through the car wash. I even pulled over to the side where they had the heavy duty vacuums. I was going all out today.

When I went to get the super duper vacuum , there was a lucky penny right on the pavement. See, I got paid to wash and vacuum my car.
Wow! Looks like new.

Now, for what really was Cookin’. I made a vegetarian tostada. I warmed up a flour tortilla in a dry skillet until it got crispy. I added black beans, baby spinach, and pepper jack cheese, then topped with fresh tomatoes and some AWESOME Bernard’s Gourmet Foods Salsa. (There’s another long story about that salsa, but it will have to wait a few days.)

Bernard’s Salsa is the best!!!

Now, let’s see where is… Elvis on the Shelvis today.

Elvis is doing a little light reading today.

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