Thursday, October 30, 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
boil 3 (skin and bones still attached) chicken breasts with a medium diced onion, 5 medium diced potatoes, parsley, mrs. dash, and salt and pepper to taste. when chicken i done, pull it out to debone, deskin, and shred it. also go ahead and add the remaining ingredients at this point and add the shredded chicken back in. let simmer a bit and then serve. delicious!
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 sandwich bag of frozen corn
1 sandwich bag of diced frozen bell peppers
1 sandwich bag of diced frozen tomatoes
and for this week's menu plan, we are still working on cleaning out the freezer. we're getting closer to a major grocery run!
sunday - burgers and (leftover) sliced baked potato
monday - pork chops and corn on the cob
tuesday - spaghetti
wednesday - church
thursday - french toast, scrambled eggs, and bacon
friday - trick or treat!
saturday - tammy's!
when i began the series that books one through three were more of a trilogy in themselves, then books four through six were more or less a second trilogy. the core characters remain the same, but the antagonist and fight against the forces of evil shift slightly. once again i was tremendously entertained. i think i enjoyed the storyline and plot twists even a bit more in this second set. i could also tell that she is preparing some of the younger characters to star in an upcoming addendum to the series. that is something to look forward to. i will say that there were a few times when characterizations were used to drive the plot and also a few times when the author was very heavy handed in promoting her social views. these were both minor complaints however, and only ever so slightly impacted my overall enjoyment. these are must reads if you like this genre!
Thursday, October 23, 2014
spider crab which, trust me, is even more creepy.
linking up with manneskjur and "how does your garden grow?"