I'm always worried about calories, but go off now and then when worth it.@JASFLALMT wrote:
No, no, I am not worried about calories. At all. I threw that in because a lot of other people are. Bring on the heavy cream, baby!!!
Hey Irene! I went back 5 pages and couldn't find the recipe thread. If you can put the link up, I'll go ahead and transfer this recipe over to there. But for now, here it is. My recipe is what you might call the "lazy man's" (or woman's...haha!) recipe. While you can cook up your own fresh carrots and cut them up, I use 2 cans of the mixed vegetables. I had some leftover chicken from a whole organic chicken I had cooked up on Sunday, so I cut up a bunch of that and added it to the veggies. Then I opened a can of cream of chicken and added about half the can plus about 1/4 cup of left over gravy I had to the mix and stirred it up. If I hadn't had any gravy, I would have put in about 3/4 can of the cream of chicken soup. I also added about 1/4 cup chicken broth and a few shakes of pepper, and mixed it all up good, and placed it in a sprayed (Pam type) casserole dish about 7 x 10" in size.@Irene_L.A. wrote:
I love chicken pot pie as well, Marie Callender has a good frozen one, dinner tomorrow.....I've never made one, put recipe on that thread thx.
Going to Verizon store to get my phone synched with my email. Email required a password update and that locked my phone out, apparently. So have done 3 days of photo intense shops, including 2 hotel overnights and a whole bunch of garages, , on deadline, messaged the pix to my housemate and/or to a shopper buddy from the forum who then emailed them so that I could capture them on my computer. This is the first time that I can get help. I am pooped and bedraggled! But, it's great to have a friend when in need!
That's the good news, only 3 miles.....still not enough $$...re-thinking the whole thing.....@JASFLALMT wrote:
Oh crud, that stinks. Hopefully it wasn't too far away.
I made some killer stuffed jalapenos last night...I cored 10 huge jalapenos (probably 5 inches long each and about 1 inch in diameter), then made a mixture of Vermont white sharp cheddar, goat cheese, cream cheese, bread crumbs, and garlic powder, then stuffed the jalapenos with the mixture and large uncooked peeled and deveined shrimp...then wrapped them with partially cooked bacon (used toothpicks to keep the bacon in place). Then I cooked them in the oven until the bacon was crisp. They were pretty spectacular!