Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Sessions West Coast Deli Summer Sandwich Special

sessions sandwiches

It's time to grab the family or friends and head to the Newport Beach Peninsula
because Sessions West Coast Deli has an end of summer deal for you!
They want to help you soak up those last few rays of summer and surf before
it's time to head back to school.

From August 25th through August 29th Sessions West Coast Deli 
is offering the "Last Week of Summer Sandwich Special".
For just $35 (a retail value of $75) you can pick up a beach picnic basket 
to serve four people.
The picnic basket will feature favorites including:
  • Meddock Melee sandwich
  • Summer Zephyr sandwich
  • Greatfella sandwich
  • Pirate Coast sandwich
  • Cucumber Salad
  • Potato Salad
  • Pasta Salad
  • Shaka Spuds
  • Any four fountain drinks
Beach goers and surfers have made Sessions sandwiches a local favorite.
Sessions West Coast Deli combines unique flavors, high quality meats,
farm-fresh produce and preservative-free bread that is baked fresh and delivered daily.

Sessions is located at 2823 Newport Blvd. in Newport Beach
and is open daily from 7AM to 10PM.

You can keep up with Sessions West Coast Deli on:

TOO Cute Tuesday: Linky Par-Tay! #201

slurpee mustache straw

Summer is quickly coming to an end and we are squeezing
every little bit of fun out of it that we can!
There's still time to try out the campfire cones with the family!
If you need us, we'll be at the pool slurping Slurpees through mustache straws!

Now onto TOO Cute Tuesday!

What did you make this week that is TOO Cute??
Come link up!

  • Must be made by you.
  • Link up to the specific post - not your main blog.
  • No Etsy shops or giveaways please :)
  • Please post the button or link back here so more people can join in the fun.
  • Visit some of the other participants and leave them some LOVE!
TOO Cute Tuesday will be open Tuesday-Saturday.
On Saturday or Monday I'll highlight some of my favorites
and then we'll start over on Tuesday!

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I changed the linky party so that the most recently uploaded project will show up as number one. This way everyone gets a chance on top. So, look in the first spot for your project, not at the end. Thanks!!!

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Summer Fun: Campfire Cones

Every summer we try to spend a week or so at my parents' home in Utah.
The kids love being with their cousins, playing outside in the big backyard,
taking care of the animals, and cooking around the fire pit.
My dad and brothers built this fun campfire pit in the backyard and it is a 
fan favorite with all the grandchildren.
 Every summer we cook at at least once during our visit and I always
try to introduce the family to a new and fun campfire treat.
This year we tried Campfire Cones and they did not disappoint!

The idea behind campfire cones is to fill an ice cream cone with lots of delicious things,
wrap it in foil, and cook it in the campfire.
Our delicious ingredients for the campfire cones included:

toffee bits
peanut butter chips
mini M&M's

I put each ingredient in a mason jar, loaded them all up in a Longaberger basket
with the cones, tin foil, and a Sharpie to write our names on them,
and headed out to the campfire pit with the family.

The kids were so excited to concoct their own delicious campfire dessert,
and they wasted no time getting started with their creations once I set the portable
buffet basket down on the picnic table.
It was fun to see their little personalities and preferences expressed in their choices.
JT's was stuff with as much fruit and marshmallows as he could stuff in the
little sugar cone and Isabella was all about the CHOCOLATE!

Of course, my combination of strawberries, bananas, marshmallows, cashews 
and chocolate was the most delicious concoction of them all.
My mom agreed, except she asked me to hold the bananas in hers.

My dad declared that they were better than S'mores and I know at least
three family members came back for seconds, so I would say that
Campfire Cones were a success and have a bright future at the Terry Fire Pit.


*After you load up your sugar cone, wrap it in foil, and toss it in the coals of the fire.

*It will take 5-8 minutes to get all toasty and melty.

*If you have a lot of cones going into the fire at the same time, I recommend
having a Sharpie handy so that each person can put their name on their cone.

*You'll also need tongs of some sort to get the cones in and out of the fire 
because it can pretty HOT HOT HOT near the fire.

*We used sugar cones, but I'd like to experiment with waffle ones one day.

*Make sure you have plenty of chocolate on hand and ENJOY!


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