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January 11th 2017

 
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:58 am    Post subject: January 11th 2017 Reply with quote

Hi everybody, have a brilliant day Very Happy

Take heed, I'm posting now Very Happy .
Ann-Marie, have fun on your day off. Hope you will have some reasonable weather for playing a bit outside today.
Martha, glad the doctors are happy with you. Funny I've been looking at sandals online today Laughing I'll keep my fingers crossed for your daughter. Myo is over 17 now. She has been on a kidney diet for about 8 years, has a minor colon issue and the vet suspects her to be diabetic, but isn't sure enough about it yet. And I have noticed her being less active, loosing muscle strength and using rungs to get on the table or other heights. Other than that she's still ferocious Laughing
Michelle, 47F and stormy like autumn. But from tomorrow on it'll cool down and winter may come back to have a look by Wednesday next week. Yet there's still a chance of getting some snow before the cold kicks in. I hope you can find a ride to the butchers by sharing the site. Are you making soup today?
Vicki, thanks for putting Danielle's Teriyaki chicken again.
Tango, are you making soup too?
I used the last bit of brown beans for a soup. Just like my mum and grandma used to do.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah finally got my soup on!!! Very Happy We made a compromise Scotts roasting a large chicken for them and gave me a leg to make soup!!! Of course I'm gonna have some of his chicken too Smile Temp 47F suppose to be 55F tom so we'll see
Fan- Your soup looks awesome as usual! I'm sure Marthas does too! I'm not making my moms recipe. Mines more heartier i use pot., carrots, onion, garlic, celery, parsley, cilantro, snow peas if I have them on hand, sometimes beans or rutabaga and a couple handfuls wide egg noodles. When my chives outside are ready I add a couple handfuls of those and decrease onion by 1. My broth base lipton, wylers or raman flavor pkt and boullion. Moms only uses dehydrated onion and celery 2 carrots and lotza noodles. base broth lipton and bullion. My grandmothers wass way tooo greasy she used a whole chicken carcass cuz the bone broth was most important she said. But allways had to watch for bone fragments Shocked she used pot, carrots, turnip, celery, onions, garlic, parsley and sometimes leftover beans. and a couple handfuls wide egg noodles. She also used frozen mixed veggies that i wasn't that fond of. base broth canned chicken stock and bullion. What do you and martha use for chicken soup? How bout the rest of you what do you use?
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Everybody!

It's been really windy today and during the night. A lot of branches down but no new snow or rain. Just kind of grey and nasty looking.

Michelle - Hope your soup came out good. I don't really have a recipe... I just throw whatever I happen to have in a pot. It's more about the process, I guess. I just dipped my chicken in flour and spices, fried it until it was nice and brown, then dice it up and put it in a pot with 3-4 cups of chicken broth. Then I saute some veggies like onions, garlic, celery and carrots (like i said - whatever I have ) Then dump it all in the pot with the chicken and let it simmer for an hour or two. It came out really good this time. In fact I'm eating it now. Wink It comes out different every time depending what I have to put in it. I think soup is one of the few things that I don't use a recipe. You almost can't goof it up!

Fan - Wow! Myo is 17?? She sure looks good for her age. She's such a beautiful kitty. My Willie is 9 and Mookie is 7. I had to go look it up on their records Embarassed I can't believe they are that young......it seems like they have been with me for ever! If Myo needs a little help jumping up on things - it's certainly understandable. So do I ! Laughing

I took the velcro off of the legs on my sweat pants. I put it in so I could get them on over my cast/boot but it turned out they were stretchy enough that I didn't have to do it. Rolling Eyes I've never worn sweat pants before, but I decided I like them. Especially like now when it's damp and chilly around the house. I always hated the way they looked with the elastic around the ankles.... but now they make them without the elastic and they look much better.
That was my big accomplishment for the day! Oh... and I ran the vacuum. Isn't that disgusting? Being retired is so wicked! Twisted Evil

Ann and Vicki - What are you up to? Tell us all about it - I'll bet it's more exciting than what the rest of us are doing!! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My soup came out perfect Smile doesn't look as pretty as fans but tasted great! I thought there was going to be a problem as since I've been sick most of my potatoes were soft and growing into new plants allready Shocked But found 2 like 6-8 inch Amish potatoes that were good Smile

Oh Scotts dinner was good too that chicken had flavor rare these day! He made boxed potatoes though cuz the others sprouted. and big bowl of fried corn and peppers Smile
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