St. Florian’s rainy day fun!!

Get fishy with St. Florian’s Brewery today and tomorrow (November 19th and 20th) from 4-8pm. 

Viva la Baja will be there serving up some great tacos, burritos, and enchiladas. This delicious fare is made up of all kinds of fresh fishy goodness: shrimp, shrimp, and more shrimp, plus a little salmon and other types of fish. YUM!!

There is something for everyone here! Pair these tasty treats with any of the St. Florian’s beers: Fresh Hop on the Engine, Flashover IPA, Cali-Common, and more! I can’t think of a better thing to do on this rainy day!! Bring your friends or bring your kiddos, there is plenty of fun for the whole crew- they’ve got fuse ball, cards, and games to play.

(Photo from St. Florian's Brewery Facebook)

(Photo from St. Florian’s Brewery Facebook)

St. Florian's hops from "Fresh Hop on the Engine" beer. (Photo by Tim Vallery)

St. Florian’s hops from “Fresh Hop on the Engine” beer. (Photo by Tim Vallery)

See ya there!

St. Florians’s Brewery | 7704 Bell Rd, Windsor, CA 95492 | 707.838.2739 | stfloriansbrewery.com | @Stfloriansbrewery 

Beef Tacos Whole30 Style

http://jessposhepny.com/2016/05/whole30-style-beef-broccoli/

 

You’ll Need:

  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 1 bunch radish, sliced
  • 1 avocado, cut into chunks
  • Cilantro, cut off stems
  • 2 limes, cut into quarters
  • 1 tomato, cut into chunks
  • Red onion, chopped
  • 2 heads butter lettuce

 

Seasoning {to your taste}

  • paprika
  • cayenne
  • salt
  • pepper

Method:

Cook ground beef with seasoning, once 1 minute from done {almost all browned} add ¼ cup water. Remove from heat.

To serve:
Build ingredients in lettuce cups as desired, finish with a squeeze of lime and cilantro.

http://jessposhepny.com/2016/05/whole30-style-beef-broccoli/

Eat Clean, Eat Healthy, & Eat Well.

 

 

 

Perfect Grilled Tacos

I love tacos because you can use any variety of ingredients and prep in advance or as you cook throughout the week {keep a little of this here and there type deal}, thus the name “perfect”.

Two types of taco recipes I like are here:

http://jessposhepny.com/2015/08/sonoma-wine-country-weekend/

Grilled chicken tacos 

Start with
Corn tortilla
layer with
shredded white cheddar cheese
top with
Grilled chicken {seasoned with garlic, pepper, paprika, a little cayenne, and salt}
 add
red and yellow heirloom tomato chunks {for flavor and color}
add a little
fennel and corn slaw {or canned corn, fresh corn from the cob on it’s own, whatever you have… can do radish too}
finish with
red cabbage {thinly sliced then tossed in a mayo, Dijon mustard, and sriracha mix}

This is my favorite taco! It’s full of flavor, has a nice spice character to it, the flavor builds as you bite through, and the spice is coupled with just the right amount of tang. YUM. I love this in the Spring and Summer when the grill is ready to go, but you can also bake or saute your chicken for similar results.

 

Next on my list of “Perfect” tacos

Grilled shrimp

Toss your shrimp in a spice mix: Uncle Timmy’s Spice Rub {if you have it- coming soon to my site :), otherwise you can use salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder, and celery salt}. Grill shrimp and slice into pieces.

Start with
Corn tortilla
sprinkle with
white cheddar cheese
top with
shrimp
add
corn and fennel slaw {or a sweet slaw of your choice…onion and corn}
finish with
romaine lettuce
and
red cabbage {thinly sliced then tossed in a mayo, Dijon mustard, and relish…yes similar to thousand island dressing}

http://jessposhepny.com/category/recipes/

These tacos are kid tested! My boys love them and my husband does too! They’re healthy, flavorful, and you can always prep ahead. So remember, a good, delicious dinner does not have to take forever or take a lot of effort!

**Make this Whole30 by using romaine as the taco, eliminating the mayo and relish, corn, and cheese. Instead use extra cabbage, chicken or shrimp, siracha, and add balsamic to the tomatoes for a little flare.

Cheers!

Moxie Lady