Tahaitian Beach Party Give-Away

15 06 2011
Win this fun Summer Tote Bag, Wallet & Spiral Bracelet

At Adrians Boutique in downtown Buhler, Kansas, we LOVE to spoil our clients!  This week we’ve chosen a fun canvas tote style purse from designer Anne Ormsby whose style focus on the fun & whimsical! We’ve also added a coordinating snap clutch wallet and a fun beaded spiral bracelet.  Value is $52.

Our annual Tahitian Beach Party starts Thursday and continues Friday & Saturday, June 16 – 18, 2011.  Jenny & I have been busy baking over 300 bikini, palm tree, tropical fish, flip flop & flower shaped Sugar Cookies.  It has been so much fun!

Bikini Cookies

We’ve been baking up a Tahitian Hurricane worth of delicious party foods…

We will be serving our Tahitian Chicken Stack Dinner, which is SOOOO GOOD! along with a wide variety of appetizers & desserts such as:

Bikini Sugar Cookies,  Captain Rodney’s Creamy Temptation of Jezebel Dip, Captain Rodney’s Pirate Wraps , Wind & Willow Key Lime Cheeseball, Tropical Dump Cake & “Vinolicious”Freeze Mixes in Lemoncillo, Margarita & Wine Ice…plus much more!

 There are great specials in the store as well, so be sure to check out the details on Facebook!

Click Here for our Entry Form

for this contest.  We will accept entries until Monday, June 20, 2011 at midnight and the winner will be notified via email and in our weekly E-Newsletter.

Good Luck! We look forward to seeing you this weekend!  Vicki & Staff

PS…Congratulations to Joan Smith from Hutchinson, Kansas who won last week’s drawing for our Strawberry Gourmet Market Basket!





Summer Strawberry Gourmet Basket!

9 06 2011

6/15/11…Congratulations to Joan Smith of Hutchinson, Kansas!  She is the winner of our beautiful Strawberry Gourmet Basket!

Thank you to all that entered our drawing!  Please watch Adrians Boutique’s Facebook Page and emails for additional promotions and Giveaways!

With the official start of Summer right around the corner (100° plus already!)…it’s a great time to think of refreshing and cool snacks for your family or for a summer deck party! Our basket features Savannah Cinnamon Strawberry Drink Mix (Great for Lemonade!); Two delicious Jake & Amos items…Corn Relish and Hot & Sweet Pepper Relish; Our Wind & Willow Strawberry Cheesebake Mix; Country Home Creations Strawberries & Cream Dip & Dessert Mix, Tweeds Chia Seed & Chives Chips & Wind & Willow Triple Berry Dessert Mix! 

This Week’s Giveaway!

Strawberry Basket Giveaway!

We’ve always liked to spoil our clients, and this week is no exception. One lucky winner will receive our Market Basket filled with delicious gourmet goodies…Value approximately $65! All you need to do is to scroll down to the bottom of today’s post and leave a comment answering the question…

How many seeds are in an average Strawberry, AND what is YOUR family’s FAVORITE strawberry dessert?

We are also featuring several of our clients Strawberry recipes this week!

Market Basket

The Market Tote…we have several different colors and styles available in the store…perfect to keep in the trunk for groceries; it collapses to take up very little space; strong enough for even the most plentiful shopping trip! Prices are from $14.99 to $24.99.

Wind & WIllow Triple Berry Cheeseball & Dessert Mix

We have filled our Market basket with delightful gourmet goodies!  This is the new Triple Berry Twist from Wind & Willow.  It is delicious as a dessert cheeseball served with graham cracker sticks, fresh fruit or pretzels, and it also makes a delightful layered dessert.

Strawberries & Cream Cake

Strawberries & Cream Cake made with our Country Home Creations Dip & Dessert Mix.

We have some delicious recipes that feature STRAWBERRIES this week…with the abundant supply this year, take an evening and make a wonderful strawberry dish for your family!  Here are the links to some extra delightful recipes:

Strawberry Pizza

Strawberry Pizza from a talented local baker, Marlene Neufeld of Buhler, Kansas

Strawberry Swirl Cake

Strawberry Swirl Cake from our daughter, Jenny Adrian in Buhler…(a family favorite!)

Strawberry Rhubarb Coffee Cake

Strawberry Rhubarb Coffee Cake from Pam Rush in Salina, Kansas…Yum, Yum, Yum! Worth the extra effort on this recipe!

Strawberry Twinkie Dessert

Strawberry Twinkie Dessert is a “MOST REQUESTED” recipe that we have served at Adrians two different times at our events…The Twinkies are a great surprise!  Thank you to Sandy Neilson of Moundridge, Kansas!

We look forward to seeing you soon at Adrians Boutique!

Coming Events:
Adrians Annual Tahitian Beach Party…Next week!  June 16, 17 & 18.
Buhler Farmers Market…Saturday, June 18
Complimentary Horse & Wagon Rides…Saturday, June 18
“Spark in the Park” …Buhler Community Celebration… Saturday, July 2
Adrians Vera Bradley FALL Launch Event…July 7
Adrians Annual “Celebrate Sisters” Event… July 21, 22 & 23

FAN Adrians Boutique on Facebook for all of the details!

It’s very easy to sign up to win our Market Basket…

Just post the answer to the following question in the comment box below, or email Vicki  your answer with “Strawberry Market Basket” in the subject line.  Offer good through Tuesday, July 14, 2011 at Midnight. Good Luck! ~Vicki

PS…Don’t forget to include your email address.  Thanks!

How many seeds are in an average Strawberry, AND what is YOUR family’s FAVORITE strawberry dessert?





Make Ahead Chicken-Chile Rolls

1 06 2011

We are always looking for great recipes that you can make ahead. It just makes life so much easier when you get home in the evening and everyone is hungry, or you are preparing a meal for a party and have too many other last minute details to take care of. We ran across this recipe in one of our many Gooseberry Patch cookbooks and it is a keeper!

Chicken-Chile Rolls

Start by pounding out six boneless, skinless chicken breast halves.  I ended up with a package of very large breasts, so I cut them in half (kind of fileted them), and then pounded out the halved pieces to about 1/4 inch thick.

Pound out the filets

This really doesn’t take long to pound out the chicken breasts and it makes for such a tender dish.

Cheese & Chiles

Lay 1/6 of the cheese in the center of one of the breasts and top with 2 T. of chopped green chiles. Roll up chicken breasts and place on a plate. Repeat with remaining chicken pieces.

These don’t have to look perfect…Once you roll them in the coating they will look more uniform.

Set aside until all chicken rolls are prepared.

Next, prepare the tasty coating for the chicken breasts.

The goodies for the coating!

Mix the bread crumbs, parmesan cheese, chili powder, salt, pepper & cumin together in a shallow bowl for easy rolling.

Set aside and melt your butter in another shallow bowl.

Dip each Chicken Roll in the melted butter, then roll into the coating mix.

I am a REAL BUTTER kind of girl…I’m sure you can substitute margarine and no one will notice, but I’m just sayin’…give me the real stuff!  One at a time, dip each Chicken Roll into the melted butter, then roll each piece into the coating mix.

Roll in coating mix

Dip each piece in butter then immediately roll into the coating mix.  Place rolls in a greased 9 x 13 baking dish.

At this point you can cover and chill overnight, or go ahead and bake immediately.

Bake at 400° for 30 minutes, until heated through. Shortly before serving time, warm enchilada sauce in a saucepan or in the microwave; ladle sauce over the chicken.  I served this over rice and it was DELICIOUS!  Not too spicy, but with great flavor!  I FORGOT to take a photo after it was baked, so will have to remember to do that the next time we make this dish.

MAKE AHEAD Chicken Chile Rolls

6 boneless skinless chicken breasts
1/4 lb. Monterey Jack cheese, cut into 6 strips
7 oz. can diced green chilies
1/2 c. dry bread crumbs
1/2 c. grated Parmesan cheese
1 T. chili powder
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1/4 t. ground cumin
1/4 c. plus 2 T. butter, melted
1 can green Enchilada sauce (mild)
Garnish: shredded Mexican-blend cheese, sour cream, diced tomatoes, green onions, hot cooked rice

Flatten checken breasts to 1/4 inch thin between pieces of wax paper. (I use my rolling pin to pound them). Top each piece of chicken with one strip of cheese and 2 T. chopped green chiles; roll up. Combine bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese and seasonings in a bowl; place melted butter in a separate bowl. Dip chicken rolls in butter and coat in crumb mixture. Arrange chicken rolls in a lightly greased 13 x 9 inch baking dish, seam side down. Drizzle with any remaining butter. Bake at 400° for 30 minutes until heated through. Shortly before serving time, warm enchilada sauce in a saucepan or in the microwave; ladle sauce evenly over chicken. Serve over hot cooked rice.  Garnish as desired. Serves 6.

*Note: This can be prepared ahead. Place chicken rolls in baking dish and drizzle with butter.  Cover and refrigerate overnight.  You may need to bake a little longer if it has been refrigerated.  This was DELICIOUS! It has great flavor without being too spicy, and was easy to do!

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