Happy Friday, gals, and TGIF! This week was definitely one of those that makes you look forward to the weekend just a little more than usual. Southern California experienced a heat wave, which is all good and well if you’re at the beach soaking up the rays near the ocean, but inside our un-air-conditioned house with an overheating laptop, things got pretty toasty. (The no air condition thing was definitely something I had to get used to when I moved to Orange County. “But you never need it” they say. Sometimes they are very wrong.) When the temps get high here, you can find me hot and bothered, awkwardly sweating inside our little beach house. That’s where Sauza comes in and saves the day with some much needed “Margarita Moments”.
Margarita Moments are when girlfriends can relax together, enjoy a margarita, and recap their stressful, funny, and sometimes embarrassing stories, and after spending last weekend as the only girl on a boys’ fishing trip, I was definitely looking forward to a little girl time. We whipped up a pitcher of Sauza-ritas using this recipe (1 can Sauza® Blue Silver 100% Agave Tequila*, 1 bottle light beer, 1 can frozen limeade, 1 can water) and switched out the frozen limeade for fresh. I also added jalepenos and red chili flakes to mine because I love a spicy margarita. Chips and salsa were a must, and I tried out a Mexican spaghetti squash bake that was delicious. (Mix shredded chicken, black beans, corn, onions, bell peppers, a jalepeno, tomatoes, and tomato sauce and spread over steamed spaghetti squash. Top with cheese and bake for thirty minutes. Serve with salsa, guacamole, and sour cream.) Add in a few magazines (and every fan in the house) for the perfect girls’ night in. Hope everyone has an amazing weekend and gets to have a few Margarita Moments of their own!
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