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This past weekend, I was reminded of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Do y’all remember that show where Mr. Rogers seemed to tackle just about every childhood situation with a sense of calm and community? As a younger me, I longed to live in Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood where everyone looked out for each other. But, funny thing is, as I’ve grown up, I’ve wondered far from the musings of my youth.
Now, I don’t think twice about helping a friend or neighbor, but, a sense of community is being able to ask and accept help from others too – right? And that’s where I fall short. You see, I have a hard time asking an old friend to take time away from his family to come help me put on new spark plugs and coils on my daughter’s car…or help me put in a fence…so, I go ahead and call the dealership…or the fence chap. And that’s when I am reminded that this life is not about going it alone; instead, it’s about helping each other out.
While I might not be able to help my friend with his car or his fence, I was reminded that I can keep the treats and snacks coming – whether it be Game Day or car-repairing and fence-building day! Now, I have made my share of vegetarian Game Day eats, but what I have here today isn’t vegetarian – though it has a ton of veggies in and on it. In fact, this isn’t really a recipe at all – it is more a Game Day (or any day) Snack Hack!
My daughter and I often pick up Farm Rich Hand Stuffed, Real Idaho Potato Skins or Gluten Free, Protein Packed, Turkey Meatballs from Walmart for those times when life throws us for a loop. Whether we happen to have friends over helping us out, or, a group of hungry teenagers over, or, a Game Day Gathering, Farm Rich snacks sure are Real-Life GoodTM! And, during those times, we either make a salad to go with these Farm Rich Snacks or we doctor these snacks up!
This Potato Skin Pile-Up involves 8 super easy steps:
1. Place Farm Rich Potato Skins on the bottom of a skillet
2. Pile a chopped up onion on top of the skins
3. Sprinkle on 4 chopped up celery stalks
4. Add on a cup of diced tomatoes
5. Spread on a can of black beans
6. Top that all with a cup of cheese of your choosing
7. And bake for 25-30 minutes at 400 degrees
8. Top with avocado and cilantro
Then gather everyone around and dig in!
This is a quick and easy snack hack that doesn’t require a lot of prep so you can spend more time engaging with the community that is around you!
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Do You remember Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood?
Are you better at helping or accepting help?