Thursday, August 12, 2010

Waiting for the Weekend

We are almost there! I feel like all I do is count down to the weekends and then when the weekend is over I count down the days until I go to the doctor again! My life is turning into Ground Hog's Day! I've eaten lunch with Deaner everyday this week and then I head home to try and occupy my time!! Today I got Evans' Colonel Reb Jon-Jon's from The Divine Children's Show and I am thrilled with them. As most of you Rebel fans know, Colonel Reb is no longer going to be around so we are all desperately gathering up as much merchandise with him on it as we can! So, I had to have these as soon as I saw them!I mean, he is just so GREAT!I can't believe that I will no longer be able to buy things with him on it! Boo!!

I'm hoping that Deaner will check the mail again on his way out from the office because the mail guy told me that I might have more packages coming! I sure hope so! So, we have no big plans for the weekend but that is okay. Maybe we will get lucky and come out on Monday with a baby! If I don't post tomorrow I hope that everyone has a great weekend! I'll post the roasted potato recipe underneath this post. They are SO easy and super delicious!

Roasted Garlic and Onion Potatos

3-4 baking potatos diced into bite size pieces (for just Deaner and me, I only use 2)
Olive Oil
1 packet Lipton Onion Soup Mix

Place cut up potatos into a zip lock bag.
Lightly coat with olive oil
Add onion soup mix
Shake bag up until potatos are coated.

Before adding coated potatos to a pyrex pan, spray with pam and place pyrex in preheated oven (350 degrees) to heat up pam. Maybe for 5-10 minutes. This will prevent potatos from sticking. Pour potatos into pyrex and put back in the oven. Bake for 35-45 minutes or until crispy. Let stand for 5 minutes before serving. Delicious!


Jennifer said...

Yum! Thanks for the recipe! Those jon-jons are so precious! That baby is going to look so cute! I'll cross my fingers that Monday there is a new baby in the Deaner home!