We should get something straight right off the bat: I'm not exactly what some may call a "Suzy Homemaker". I'm more like a "Suzy Let's go to the cafeteria and get some breakfast pizza so I don't have to cook anything" or a "Suzy No more clean underwear? Guess it's time to buy more underwear because I'd rather die than do laundry today". But I have decided that it might be nice to learn how to make some things myself, so that once I'm actually living on my own, I don't decide that living on a diet of Crunch Berries and strawberry Poptarts would be an excellent idea.
Side note: there was an extended period of time in my life where I insisted that strawberry Poptarts were my favorite food. I have since matured.
So when the campus ministry that I'm involved in, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, put on an end of the semester Potluck, I decided to sign up to bring a Main Dish. It was daunting, but also exciting, and I knew exactly what I wanted to make: my mum's Fiesta Bake. And it goes a little something like this...
Okay, so due to the fact that I'm a novice at this whole food blogging thing, I forgot to take a picture of the actual finished product. But I assure you it looked grand, and I found a picture on Google that I think looks pretty similar:
All in all, I'd say the experiment was a success. Or at least my roommates thought it tasted good.