Lazy Weekend with Hubby

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The weekend was 2 lazy days for hubby and me. Actually, it was 3 lazy days because the laziness started Friday after work!

Friday evening, when hubby got out of work we were planning to watch a movie. Unfortunately it was raining and we didn't have any umbrella so change of plans. We then decided to just try out this Mexican restaurant near the cinema. We ordered two beef tacos in soft tortilla. Hmm hmm! Then add some drops of TABASCO® Original Red hot sauce... perfect! TABASCO® Original Red is "So Much More Than Hot." It's really not just the heat I'm after, putting some hot sauce enhances the flavor of the tacos, changing the good tasting food to a great tasting food! After having our yummy tacos, hubby and I went home and watched some shows on TV.

Saturday, we were suppose to go to the supermarket but decided not to and just stay at home! So this was really a not so productive day.

Sunday, we forced ourselves to go out for a while to watch a movie. After our not-so-often movie date, we decided to just go home and order take-outs. We ordered a medium size pizza and some chicken fingers on the side. Of course no pizza is complete without the TABASCO® Original Red... Pizza Perfected. Haven't had pizza for weeks and we really finished it fast hihi!

While eating pizza hubby mentioned that it's the football season and the Super Bowl is right around the corner. Our best friends love watching the games and would usually watch the game while having some slices of pizza. He told us that Super Bowl + pizza + TABASCO® Original Red a game day tradition! He also mentioned other Game-Day Party Menu that he and his friends usually have. He even gave me the web page for some simple ideas & recipes for food everyone loves!

Gosh, just talking about it is making me hungry....

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