"If you want a thing well done, do it yourself."

Hi! How was everyone’s Thanksgiving? Mine was great. :) Filled with a lot of family, food and fun. Just the way I like it! Normally at this time Micheal and I would be power napping and then heading out to Black Friday shop. This year, we decided to sleep through it. As much as I l-o-v-e Black Friday, I am excited to not be a total zombie tomorrow (usually we get home right as the girls are waking up for the day..Ah!). :) 

Today I want to share with you my go to recipe. Everyone has one, I think. You know.. That recipe that you make for every get together you go to, because everyone loves it. This pasta salad is that, for me. 

I got this recipe from my Aunt Karen. She brought it for Thanksgiving one year and I swear to you, it was pretty much the only thing I ate! Ha! It was soo good! I had.to.have. the recipe. She gave it to me and since I have been bringing it for Thanksgiving and every baby shower, Birthday party, etc. I attend. :) 

Yesterday (Thanksgiving), I took Abby through the line of food to make her a plate. After asking her what she wanted on her plate, she says “Just the stuff we brought” HA! All she wanted was the pasta salad! 

(The pasta salad at Thanksgiving dinner at my Grandma’s house) 
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Quick, easy and delicious pasta salad
 

Ingredients: 
-1 box tri colored rotini noodles
-1 bottle Italian salad dressing (or zesty Italian) 
-1 bunch green onion 
-1 package cubed ham 
-1 package cubed cheese 
-1 small jar pimentos 
Instructions: 
1- Chop green onions and add to bowl with ham, cheese and pimentos. 
2- Boil rotini noodles until done, drain and rinse with cold water. 
3- After noodles are no longer hot, add to bowl with other ingredients. 
4- Coat ingredients with Italian dressing, then refrigerate until you are ready to serve. 

Seriuosly.. 4 steps and you’ve got yummy pasta salad in your fridge.. You’re welcome. ;)

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Do it yourself, also known as DIY, is the method of building, modifying, or repairing something without the aid of experts or professionals. Academic research describes DIY as behaviors where "individuals engage raw and semi-raw materials and component parts to produce, transform, or reconstruct material possessions, including those drawn from the natural environment (e.g. landscaping)".[1] DIY behavior can be triggered by various motivations previously categorized as marketplace motivations (economic benefits, lack of product availability, lack of product quality, need for customization), and identity enhancement (craftsmanship, empowerment, community seeking, uniqueness)

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