Monday, April 9, 2012

Authors In Bloom Giveaway Hop

Welcome to my stop on the Authors in Bloom Blog Hop, hosted by Dianne Venetta. Read the blog, enter to win my giveaway, and hop along to the next stop for more prizes!

April 9th –April 18th

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My phrase for the GRAND Prize entry is:
Line 99: "then HEA is ours."

Happy Spring! For some of us (actually, in the USA--most of us) it arrived about two months early, but as long as our cherry blossoms and apple trees and spring flowers don't get hit by a rogue late frost, we won't complain.  (In WI at least.)
Because I'm still learning in the garden, and depend on others to give me gardening tips, I'm going to share a recipe that's super easy to make after a long day outside digging in your flower beds and planting veggies.

And bear with me's not rocket science--I did say super easy, remember? This may be something some of you make all the time, but when I mentioned these at work the other day, 2 of my 3 co-workers had never thought to make them, so I'm sharing!

Chicken Quesidillas
1 pkg of your favorite tortillas
1 lb of sliced chicken deli meat
2-3 medium tomatoes, diced
shredded cheese (I love using Kraft three cheese crumbles blend)
sour cream
Lightly spray a non-stick pan with cooking oil. Place your tortilla in the pan over medium heat, top with an even sprinkling of cheese, add desired amount of chicken slices to one half of the tortilla. Cook until cheese is melted, being careful to check the underside of the tortilla to make sure it doesn't get darker than a nice golden brown. Fold tortilla in half and remove from heat. Top with sour cream, guacamole, and diced tomatoes.
**want to add a little crunch and flavor? Sprinkle with minced dried onions. Yum!

Taco Quesidillas are really good, too. Substitute the chicken deli meat for taco meat; garnish with lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, guacamole, black olives and enjoy!

My giveaway for the blog hop is winners choice* of ebook or print copy of either Lost In Italy, or Stacey Joy Netzel Novella Collection. (*print copies only available inside the US/Canada. If winner is outside the US or Canada, ebook will be emailed or gifted via Amazon or Barnes and Noble.)


To enter my giveaway, you must leave a comment about the above recipe. Sound good? Got some great tasting variations of your own? Just say something. *grin* You can also earn extra entries--check them out below.
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And don't forget there is a whole bouquet of other authors in the blog hop so you can gather all kinds of recipes, gardening tips, and enter to win TONS of prizes!



  1. I love Chicken Quesidillas you Should try Chicken enchiladas they are really good too!

  2. That recipe sounds really good. Bet I could get the kids to eat it.

    Thanks for entering.

    doxisrcool at aol dot com

  3. Thanks for the reminder, Savannah, I have made enchiladas before, and love them--they're just a bit more work.

    Anna, my kids love them! I got home from work late tonight and w/o even thinking of this post, they were the go-to choice for a quick, yummy meal. :)And I agree, doxi's are cool! (my parents had 4 at one time...down to two)

    Thanks for coming by, ladies! :) Good luck!

  4. thanks for the hop and then i love to win the blog hop

    desi the blonde at msn dot com

  5. Here in Az we have crunchy fish quesos that are really yummy.

  6. Thanks for the recipe sounds yummy and easy to make! :) Thanks!

  7. The recipe sounds very good. Thanks for sharing.


  8. Desi, Joy, Shadow and BN100--thanks so much for coming by!

    The cruchy fish quesos sound yummy!