My sisters and I send each other food ideas almost daily. The percentage of recipes that we actually end up trying is surprisingly few-but that doesn’t dampen the enthusiasm for sharing them.
A year ago, one of us found a pic of the nacho table. Basically the entire table was covered with a huge taco salad. Yum!
I knew I wanted to try this, but I spun out trying to figure out how to not waste a half of a table full of nachos.
Ben’s family had their annual lake trip and we each were in charge of different meals. So I decided it was time to give the taco table a whirl.
Taco ‘bout fun!
We brought a cheap disposable tablecloth and everyone built their nachos right on the table.
Dorito and white corn chips
Meat mixture from Hope’s Table Cookbook
We definitely gave it a run for the money 😅
My family has
always usually been on board with my random ideas and as I watched my in laws digging into their nachos with gusto- I couldn’t help but feel a little overwhelmed to have gained a whole new family that’s not afraid of an off-the-wall Kendra situation. ❤️ Family is the best.
It definitely won’t be another year, before I host a taco table again 🙂
Have a spec-taco-ler day,
Ben found an jon boat that needed some tlc. He spent a lot of hours adding a floor, storage compartment, new seats etc. This past week was its maiden voyage under a new captain. The beginning of many voyages- I hope 🥰
And while the boat was out- Em joined us over on the Shenandoah River.
Ben had mentioned in passing that sometime he wanted a tailgate charcoal grill, so when his yardsaling obsessed wife happened across the dream grill for $2, she made the huge purchase.
Honestly how have I lived successfully without one of these in my world?
Not the most peaceful mountain lunch spot ever but it was easy to get to, and man the food was tops 😂