I have a blog BFF over at High Heels and Grills. Â We became instant friends through our blogs and talk and Facebook all the time together about random things. Â We even got to meet each other a couple of weeks ago! Â She is such an amazing person and friend. Â But we never seem to talk about what we are making on our blogs. Â So a couple of weekends ago, I found this recipe for Chili’s queso. Â And you already know from my cajun chicken pasta recipe that we are obsessed with Chili’s.
Korean Ground Beef and Rice Bowls are so incredibly easy to make andÂ will become a family favorite! Â This makes the perfect weeknight meal. This right here is my boys favorite weeknight meal. Â They beg me to make it every week. Â Since we have been so busy with Lacrosse we have been having it every week. Â It requires minimal ingredients and requires little effort to make. Easy, minimal ingredients, and my kids devour it. Â This meal became my new BFF.
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