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What I’m Into Right Now – September 2017

These monthly “What I’m Into” posts are some of my favorites.  It’s a chance for me to reflect on what’s going on in my life and share some of my favorite things.  So… here’s the latest!

What I’m Into Right Now – September 2017

Midland – I’m a big fan of this band.  They’ve got a cool retro 70’s sound that I really like.  Their harmonies remind me a little bit of the Eagles.  Someplace I saw their sound described as “California Country”.  I’d say that’s pretty accurate. Their songs “Drinkin’ Problem” and “Check Cashin’ Country” are 2 of my favorites.

Carhartt Shorts – I’m lucky enough to have a job where I can wear shorts if I want to… and I want to whenever I can.  After all… you can’t see what I’m wearing through your radio.

I recently found the perfect style/fit from Carhartt and have a couple pairs now.  They’re comfortable and look great. I’ll probably be wearing them into October.

Getting Organized – During the Summer we back off from our schedules and routines.  Now that the kids are back in school I’m ready for some structure and organization.

Crockpot Recipes – I’m ready for Fall and have started researching new recipes to try.

Grilling – Whether it’s for steaks, frozen pizza, quesadillas, or turkey burgers… I’m firing up the grill every chance I get.

What are you into right now?

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Grilled Quesadillas

A lot of times when I fire up my Mr. Steak 3 Burner Gas Grill I like to grill once and eat twice.  That was the case today.  I knew I wanted to grill some chicken breasts to eat in pasta salads for supper.. and I also needed to make lunch.

That led to trying to make something for the first time on the grill; quesadillas.  I love quesadillas because they’re inexpensive and filling.  Turns out grilling quesadillas works great!

I noticed two big pluses to grilling quesadillas as opposed to making them on the stove top.  First, the grill adds some great flavor and makes the tortilla extra crispy. I grilled ours on low and they turned out great.

Second, you can make a lot more at once.  On the stove, you can only make two at a time in one pan.  On the grill, I’m betting I could do six to eight at a time.

We’ll definitely be grilling quesadillas again.  My tuna melt quesadillas would be great on the grill.  Might have to make them soon!

Here’s a quick video I made putting together my quesadilla.

What’s something unique that you grill?

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