But then I started thinking about how many enchiladas I would need to make. We had 20 people coming over, so I figured 2 enchiladas per person. That would be 40 enchiladas total. That's a lot of enchiladas. Or, at least I thought that was a lot, until Paul reminded me that these were not normal people coming over for dinner, they're college football players. College football players who rarely get home-cooked meals and who would be coming straight from a long day of practice. He suggested that I plan for 4 per person. I quickly did the math...
Um, 80? yikes!
Here's the full menu:
Chicken Enchiladas Suizas
Green Salad with Beans, Corn, Tortilla Strips and Spicy Ranch Dressing
Tortilla Chips with Salsa, Guacamole and Queso
Unfortunately, I don't have a ton of pictures because I was too busy running around, but here are a few that I did snap...
At exactly 7:30 pm, a herd of defensive linemen busted through my front door and headed straight for the kitchen. Thank heavens the food was ready or we would have been in a world of trouble!
I had so much fun meeting all of these guys! I've been hearing about them for 6 months now, so it was nice to finally put faces with names. They were all so polite and sweet. One guy even told me that I needed to stop by the school and teach the people that work in the cafeteria how to cook :) Love!
These guys really are Paul's world right now. He spends so much time with them and sincerely cares about each and every guy. It made me happy to see what a great group of guys he's working with! I can't wait to cheer them on this season :)