Shut the front door! I just made these for the first time today, and they tasted so INCREDIBLE that as soon as I was so full that I couldn't eat another bite, I ran to the computer to share the recipe. If these tacos were any easier, they'd do the dishes themselves. I can't even handle how easy and delicious they are. They should be illegal or something.

4 boneless skinless chicken breasts. They can even still be frozen (so freakin easy).
1 8oz jar of salsa. I used Mild Pace Picante
1 packet of taco seasoning

Taco Shells
Cotija Cheese
Anything else you want on your tacos...

    First, put the chicken in the slow cooker, and cover it with the taco seasoning and salsa. Let it cook all day on low, for up to 9 hours. When the chicken is ready, shred it with a fork, and mix it up with the sauce.  

    I put mine on taco shells and topped it with guacamole and cotija cheese, and was blown away by how good they were. 

    You could also use the chicken for taco pasta, in chili, enchiladas, burritos, nachos, taco salad... The possibilities are endless!

    Let me just start off by saying that this recipe is DEFINITELY NOT for kids. It's about 95% booze, and 100% delicious. But, when the kids have gone to bed, and everything is done, it's nice to unwind with a little glass of paradise. It also makes a great drink to serve at parties. This recipe makes a whole pitcher of pineapple martinis, so there's enough paradise for everyone.

1 pineapple
4 c Sky vodka
2 c Malibu rum
2 c Stoli Vanil vodka
1/4 c sugar.

    First, remove the skin from the pineapple, and cut it into wedges, 1/2 inch thick. Place the pineapple wedges in a large pitcher. I like to use a sun tea pitcher, because it's got a little spout on the bottom.
    Next, pour the sugar and alcohol over the pineapple, and let it sit for at least two days. The longer it sits, the smoother the flavor. 

    To serve, pour about 4 oz into a shaker of ice, and shake until nice and cold. Serve in a martini glass, and garnish with a wedge of pineapple, either fresh, or from the martini pitcher. Remember, the pineapples in the martini pitcher have been sitting in booze for days, so they're pretty much entirely alcohol. 

    Pineapple martinis are also great when mixed with orange juice, if you're looking for a reminder of your last tropical vacation.

    This is my take on a recipe I originally found here, for Roy's Hawaiian Martinis.