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Purposes: Measurement. Hey, my husband backed my car into his car. It was an expensive mistake on his part that affected both of us. Thanks, Cheri! Always get something great from your blog! Thanks, Angela. Never sit in your car to have lunch, because by the time you back out you will have forgotten the pole is there… Yep, a lot of us have done that.
By the way, you have a follower down under Australia. I have lived in the US though so I know that tomato sauce is really tomato puree and biscuits are really scones. And our biscuits are your cookies, so down here your website would be biscuitandcake. The quesadillas look good. I will try them. Thanks, Ruth! Biscuit is pretty cute, too, though. I will have to try this, I have a cheese-phobic toddler. Leads me to wonder if hummus might be a good cheese substitute for pizza as well?
Maybe some experimentation is in order? Also, this quesadilla idea is baller. My husband will go nuts for it. So sorry about the car mishap! Totally reminds me of when I accidentally hit a parked car last summer. So… I feel for you! Hummus quesadillas are a fabulous idea though, and I pinned them to try soon! Hummus has been helping, and so have kind words like yours!
Thanks, Emily. Then just the other day I hit the same concrete divider that I hit before 10 years ago! Love your blog and recipes! That made me laugh, Elissa. My embarrassing secret is that I have only ever been in car accidents with inanimate objects eek! I discovered hummus quesadillas in college when I was trying out being vegan.
I had totally forgotten about them, thanks for the reminder and great recipe idea : Also in college, I ran into the side of our townhouses garage while backing out one evening. Talk about expensive mistakes… it happens to all of us! That sounds expensive. I hope it brings back good memories. Thank you for this recipes. I plan on making this for lunch, while working from home.
Looks delicious. These would probably work well in a sandwich-maker, too, which might be faster than a skillet. Is it something I should e doing? IT used to be fine before now. Many thanks and a hug for Cookie, Jen. Hi, Jen! This will take you to a page that is simpler to print from. A lesson to be more mindful, I guess, but a pain nonetheless! Hi Kate! These look great. Love the Mediterranean spin! And— just to make you feel better— I once started driving away from a gas station with the nozzle still in my car, and it disconnected from the pump!
Luckily, the owners were really nice about it. Apparently, it happens more often than you would think. Still, a definite face-palm moment! The important thing is, only my pride was hurt :. Thanks for commenting! Right as you were describing your driving mishap, I had an extremely similar experience come to mind. My house is on an open lot, without a fence.
So, I usually drive in to my lot, then drive around the back of my house so that I can pull up my car along the side of my house it is a shaded area. Behind my house, there is a small patio with poles spread out to hold decorative lights. The poles have been there forever. I drove past them a number of times. About a year ago, I did my driving routine but got distracted by seeing my mom in my backyard.
I wanted to wave at her so I did not pay attention to how close I drove to the corner patio pole. I made a turn right alongside it which scratched off a wicked amount of paint from the car and left it with a bit of a ding. On the plus side, you got tortillas out of your outing so thank you for sharing this recipe. Though I found it sweet that you hit the pole waving at your mom!
This sounds delicious!
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That sucks about your car! It was in a parking garage. I swear the concrete pole moved positions as I was backing out. I could have killed myself for being so stupid. Such a brilliant idea. I will definitely have to give these a try! When expensive mistakes happen, I make an effort to feel thankful that the damage was material and that no one got hurt. Glad you were OK. Loving the idea of adding hummus in quesadillas. I made something worse.
I hit my car against a wall in a garage. Did I mention that I was not driving when it happened? I just turned on the engine to check lights and the car moved. I hit the water pipe that distributes water to over flats. Laugh about that. And a piece of advice that my mum always gives me? The rest is always fixable ;. This story just keeps getting worse!!!
Poor girl! I once hit a trash can in college after a bad day, so I can relate. Tortillas are a favorite of mine too, I make a batch times each week. This has been my go to lunch option since you posted this on your blog! Very satisfying, today I added in black beans. Thank you!! I made these for dinner tonight.
They were so easy and excellent, and they are totally becoming part of my recurring summer menu rotation. I used whole foods hummus and it got a little runny when heated, but even though it was not a problem at all, I might try other brands or make my own in the future. PS: I did a significant amount of damage to my car by scraping up against the concrete abutment in my own driveway.
I beat myself up way more than the insurance company did Thanks for the awesome recipe. Hugs to Cookie. Thanks, Kevin! And sorry about your car! I hope it got fixed up fast. Such a pain! Yes I made this quesadilla recipe with little twist due to what I had on hand. I use the hummus with the spinach and added roasted sweet potato. Cooked as prescribed and had the leftover for breakfast the next morning. Will keep this on my rotation.