May 2, 2012

1st Day of Work

Today was my first day of work, I'm so excited to work for this company. Everyone was so nice, they even had a welcome lunch-in they bought all the employees In-N-Out (yum, so good!!. They also bought a welcome cake for me =) That was so nice, I had never heard of companies doing that only for good byes, then again i haven't been with a lot of companies hehe.. 
Isn't so cute? Nicest gesture ever!!

I must admit I am very nervous about being the new Administrative Assistant(AA) of the clinic, because I have never worked at an office let alone a clinic I've always been a waitress. I'll keep everyone posted on how my job goes, I pray that pick up on everything fast and i do well with this company.. HAVE A BLESSED DAY!!  

Apr 30, 2012

Homemade Pancakes

I'm finally getting around to doing a recipe, I must say as a disclaimer most of the recipes I use are from the internet, recipe books, etc. I can't really cook without recipes lol. Lets get started, shall we....

This is a recipe for pancakes from scratch. Derek and I really enjoy these, they are so moist and delicious, although I must say we tried this mixture for waffles and not very good. For pancakes this mixture is easy, delicious,fluffy and we will never go back to pre-made/boxed pancake mixture.... 

1 cup of flour
2 tablespoon of sugar 
2 teaspoon of baking powder 
1/2 teaspoon of salt 
1 cup of milk 
2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted, or vegetable oil
1 large egg 
1 tablespoon vegetable oil 
This picture shows two eggs but you only need one sorry! 
1. Take a small bowl and whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt; set aside. 
2. In medium bowl, whisk together milk, butter (or oil), and egg.

Add dry ingredients to milk mixture; whisk until just moistened ( some lumps is ok, don't over mix) 

3. Heat large skillet or griddle over medium. Fold a sheet of paper towel in half, and moisten with oil; rub skillet with moisten paper towel.  
4. Spoon 1/4 cup of pancake mix to skillet, two or three should fit in your skillet. 

5. cook until surface of pancakes bubbles and a few have burst. Flip carefully with a spatula, and cook till edges browned. 
6. Enjoy your pancakes with syrup, jelly/ jam, fruits toppings or whatever you enjoy your pancakes with. =) yum 

We really enjoy these, they are so moist and delicious, Although I must say we tried this mixture for waffles and not very good. For pancakes this mixture is easy, delicious , fluffy and I will never go back to pre-made/ boxed pancake mixture.... 

Apr 15, 2012

Big News!!

I feel like a horrible blogger I have not been blogging for a while, then I say I have news for the next day and don't come back on till two days later.... sorry!!

Well on with my story, I finally got a job!!!! yay I feel so excited and blessed to finally have found a job. It did take a while but only God nows the right time and moment to grant us what we ask for. I will be an administrative assistant at a clinic, and I'm so very excited and scared. I have not actually started yet, I'm waiting to hear where to take a drug test and get finger printed and as soon as all that clears, I'm good to start. That means Derek and I will actually be able to afford to move out in the near future, that is very pleasing to my little heart =). Like I've said before I love his family they are the nicest people ever, but it really is time to move out and have our own place. 

On another note Iv'e been contemplating in sharing some recipes, now let me warn everyone I by no means am a cook. I actually don't like cooking ask my husband, he actually jokes around saying "I think, I married the wrong Mexican the one that doesn't cook." I just smile and say, "that's why I married you, because you don't mind." I love him! Anyways, that's why I want to share some of the foods I make at home for those newly weds that have no clue how to cook at all like I was. Thats to come soon...