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WHAT TO EAT ON A HOT SUNNY DAY

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Sunday was a beautiful day here in Eagle River. Sunny with not a cloud in the sky. On days like that, I get a craving for chips and salsa, and either a Mike's Hard Lemonaid or a margarita. For dinner I decided to make a cold salad. I had 2 avocados I needed to use, and shrimp in the freezer, so I decided to make a Shrimp Guacomole. For the chips, I took corn tortillas, cut them in wedges, sprayed with Pam, sprinkled with sea salt and cumin and baked at 350 until crispy. The salad was a mix of shrimp I had sauteed with salt, pepper, and cumin, avocado, tomatoes, jalapeno, red onion, lime juice, and a few splashes of hot sauce. Of course, I had to have a couple of Mike's Hard Lemonaide to go along with it.

Comments (5)

Yum! Looks great!

Barb Cabot:

This looks so perfect for a warm summer meal.

I'll have to remember this . . . if we get any hot summer days! LOL

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe:

That looks yummy!

I guess you saved the ice that would have been used for a margarita for the foot... hope it's better.

Amy:

Oh, that looks so delicious! Need to remember the homemade chips--so much healthier!

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