I am still procrastinating on my rehearsal dinner pictures and wedding day recap because I just had to share some important things with you today!
First is a montage of some of the photos from the impromtu photo booth our photographers set up at the reception!!!!
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The day before our wedding, Susan asked if she could visit our reception site to scope out something for a potential surprise. I had no clue what she was up to, but when we arrived at the reception and settled in, she showed us what her and Brandon had come up with….a photobooth w/ props!!! These are only 16 photos but I am sure there are a ton more! I know that a lot of people were hanging out in the photo room for quite some time =0)
The second thing I wanted to share with you today is my super duper easy recipe for fish tacos! After we returned from Maui, Mr. Bear has been craving a fish taco. He asked me on Monday if I could make some and to be honest, I had NO clue how to create a f-t that could even come close to being as tasty as the f-ts we ate every day in Maui. I started researching recipes and came up with this:
Mrs. Bear’s Easy Fish Tacos
2 Gorton’s Grilled Tilapia Fillets – whatever flavor you like! (found in the freezer aisle) (photo found on walmart.com)
Medium size tortillas
1 bag of pre-made coleslaw (in the bagged salad section)
Green onion – one stalk, cut into little pieces
1/2 c reduced fat mayo
1/2c fat free sour cream
Juice from 1/2 a lemon
1 tblspn lime juice
Creole seasoning – amount is up to you, but I used about 2 tblspns in the sauce and 2 teaspoons on the fish. I also shook a little into my taco when it was all done.
Garlic Salt – 2 teaspoons
Salt – season to taste
Pepper – season to taste
Shredded cheese – optional
1. In a bowl mix together the sour cream, mayo, lime juice, lemon juice, creole seasoning, garlic salt, salt, and pepper. Refridgerate until needed.