We have a new favorite recipe, Russian Chicken. I served it 2 Sunday's ago and everyone loved it. Audrey asked if we could have it the next day and next Sunday. I just laughed! It is such an easy recipe and so yummy! You can easily double or triple this recipe. It is perfect for a Sunday lunch or dinner.
3 - 4 large chicken breasts, frozen***
1/2 cup apricot jam
1/2 cup Wishbone Russian dressing
1/2 envelope onion soup mix
Put the frozen chicken into a crockpot. Then mix the other ingredients in a small bowl. Pour on top of chicken and throughly coat. Cook on low for approximately 4 hours. Rotate chicken every hour or so. Yields 6 servings. I served it over rice with steamed veggies on the side.
***If your chicken is not frozen add a 1/2 cup water to the sauce before covering the chicken. Also cook for a shorter amount of time.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
I am once again participating in the Papertrey Ink Anniversary festivities. The challenge was to make a card for my best friend. Well I decided to make a card for one of my best friends that I owe a belated birthday card to.
The patterned paper is from DCWV Pocket of Posies stack, the ovals are Spellbinders nestabilities, cuttlebug swiss dots folder, Martha Stewart glitter Antique gold and everything else is from my craft stash.
Friday, February 6, 2009
I am made another craft for the Papertrey Ink Anniversary party. The colors I had to use were Poppy Red, Summer Sunrise, Ripe Avocado and Oceans Tides. I had a lot of fun making this ice cream cone card. I used my long rectangle nestablilities, a $1 stamp from Michael's and paper and ribbon from my stash.
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
Thursday, January 1, 2009
I have a few goals that I would like to accomplish this year. Here is my list:
Applique on the kids clothes.
Make clothes for Audrey's doll.
Make hooded towels for the kids.
Get caught up on scrapbooking.
Have a stack of homemade cards ready to use.
Make quilts for the kids beds.