Apple Cheese and Ham Quesadillas and What I've Been Doing

Here is something a little different for breakfast or lunch. 

Melt some butter in a skillet.

Slice some sweet onion and apples thin.

Lightly saute' them in the butter.  Just for a moment or two.

Set them aside.
Melt a bit of butter in another pan.

Place some flour tortillas in the pan.

Sprinkle some shredded cheese on the tortillas.  I used Monterey Jack and Cheddar.

Add some of the onions.

Then some apples.

Top with more cheese.

Then another tortillas.

Fry until golden on both sides.

After I made these I realized they would be even better....

If I added some good ham from the smokehouse.  I fried it and then added it to them.

You might have wondered where I have disappeared to since The Blog Tech has been posting for me.  My daughter has an event at her museum tomorrow night so I have been cooking up a storm.  I made a huge batch of chile and made over 200 of these mini corn dog muffins to serve with it.  I have made dips, rolls, cookies shortbreads and more.  We are expecting about 100 people so a lot of cooking has been happening here.

You just make your favorite sweet corn bread recipe and drop it into mini muffin pans.  Spray those pans first!

Stick a chunk of Hebrew brand hot dogs in the middle and bake them at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.

These are killer good!  How perfect with a bowl of chili.

Here is one of the meat and cheese platters I made.  There will be mustard in the center when it is served.

Since The Blog Tech is on vacation, I am going there tomorrow to deliver the food and work the event with her.  The Blog Tech will post for the next few days and I will return this weekend with lots of photos.


Anonymous said…
I haven't eaten yet so now I'm really hungry :-) I think I'll make the top ones this weekend, they looked simply delicious!

Have a great time!
Anonymous said…
I hope my comment reached You, once again I got an error message! Anyway, I think I'll do the top ones this weekend, I haven't eaten yet so now I'm really hungry :-)

Have a great trip!
I know the event will be beautiful. Your food looks fabulous. I can't wait to make the mini corn dog muffins.
Anonymous said…
oh my gosh those sound so good, what a great idea, have a good time, try not to work to hard, everyone will love the food, I'm sure they always do!! The blog tech is doing a wonderful job!!
Birgit said…
I should know better than come to your blog before dinner. YUMMY!!! :)
Patty Woodland said…
You have been very busy, lady! I'm sure your daughter appreciates it. The muffins are genius!
Robin Larkspur said…
I want to make those corn dog biscuits for my husband! Loved seeing your Halloween spatula at work. So much cooking and baking, but I know you have enjoyed the heck out of it all!
Barbara F. said…
You are one amazing woman, Joyce. I wish I can attend one of these events. Your food has to be a hit each time. Looking forward to the photos. Is Teddy coming along too? :) xo P.S. The Blog Tech kept us very entertained with his posts and photos.
Have a safe trip!

Looking forward to your return to blog land, and lots and lots and lots and lots of pictures.

Enjoy! I'm sure you will. Lots of work, yes! But you thrive on this. :-) You are a Force Of Nature, Joyce!!!

Nellie said…
You have certainly been busy! I hope your daughter's event is deemed a success!
What a great mom you are.
Those lucky people to get those bite size corn dogs!
Kelly said…
I will definitely try the cornbread recipe. Kids would love that with chili this winter. Have fun.
Everything looks so good! Have fun at the event and I hope it raises lots of money for the museum.
Ina in Alaska said…
I bet you are exhausted! But everything looks delicious! Enjoy!!