Fajita Dinner

"Fajita Dinner" Cedar Park, 2016
Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/5, 1/75 sec, ISO3200
“Fajita Dinner” Cedar Park, 2016

こんばんは!How’s it going?

Today I ended my fast with some snacks at work and then a wonderful dinner at home.

When I got home, my wife asked me to make a margarita for her, so I made two! One for her and one for me. 😊 It’s a simple recipe, one part fresh lime juice, one part Cointreau, and two parts Tequila. Shaken with ice in a shaker, then served on the rocks. Delicious! 🍸

While we enjoyed our drinks, it was time to prepare the meal, which was beef fajita tacos. 🌮 My wife bought 1¼ lbs. of marinated beef at our local carcineria, which I grilled on the backyard barbecue. Meanwhile, green and red bell peppers and onions were sauteed, beans were heated up, and a pot of rice was cooked.

We had both flour and corn tortillas, Salvadoran sour cream, cilantro, tomato, avocado, and hot sauce. It was yummy! But of course I probably ate a bit too much. It’s easy to do with such delicious food. 🍴 And coming off a fast, even a short one, makes the food extra tasty!

Below are a couple more photos of the meal: a close-up of one of the tacos, my wife setting up the food photo, 📸 and the yummy sour cream.

I hope you had a nice Tuesday!


– B Barron Fujimoto

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