Monday, February 22, 2010

More of Mandy's Ripped Dancer Shirts

Whenever I see T-shirts on sale tables I stop. Mandy is a great dance fashion designer. Here's one of her latest. It's the off of the shoulder tied-side model.

Cut off neck and sleeves. Skeleton cut the sides and then tie them together.

She went for the "off-the-shoulder" with tank top under look with this one. It turned out cute!
I don't know what to tell you about the socks, except to say that she's got an opposite matching pair somewhere in her drawers!

Monday, February 15, 2010

Manda and Karen just being silly

P E A C E !

Too innocent!

Looks like trouble to me!

Is that a dance move?

Watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!

Hanging with the Hansen's: Quinton, Manda and Dr. Hansen

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Dance Night!

A few of the girls on the Dance Team waiting in the wings....
Mandy in her "Demi Lovato" dress!

Being silly!Backstage the girls wait to be introduced.

The sequined high heels just matched the row of sequins around each ruffle of her skirt and the sequined shrug she wore. What a doll!
Daddy was the proud escort!

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Super Bowl Sunday

It's tradition at the Posyluzny's to have Nachos for Super Bowl Sunday.
I simply brown 1 lb. of hamburger with 1 pkg Taco Bell Seasoning Mix
and 1/4 c. dehydrated (church) onions that I have let soak in water.
Place 1 bag of Tortilla chips on a jelly roll pan and cover with the hamburger mixture then top with lots of shredded cheese (our favorite is the Fiesta 4-cheese blend).
Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes,
just long enough to melt the cheese and brown the edges of the chips.
Top with diced tomatoes, chopped onions, olives, sour cream, LaVictoria Taco sauce, and whatever you like (peppers, beans, etc..).
Sit back and enjoy the second half of the Super Bowl!
Colts or Saints? It could go either way! The light show at half time was good!

Recipe Tip: While I'm browning my hamburger, I go ahead and brown 3 lbs. to put in the freezer. I add the spices and onions and place the cooked mixture in freezer bags. It's handy to just grab a bag from the freezer, thaw in the microwave and voila! ready for tacos, wraps, taco salad and even taco soup!