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Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Soup to Nuts
So we had a very Merry Christmas and are anticipating a great New Year. To go along with the title of the blog and the spirit of the season in gifts I will put on some recipes for your perusal.

The first one is the perennial favorite Sunday Chicken Casserole

1 package stove top stuffing
1 can chicken chunks
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 pt cooked carrots or other vegetables as desired (optional)
2 eggs
1 cup sour cream
1 T. dried onion (optional)

Mix the stove top stuffing according to package directions. Drain liquid from chicken chunks and save in a medium bowl. Add soup, eggs, onion and sour cream to this liquid. Mix together. Layer stuffing, chicken and vegetables in a greased 8 X 12 pan or 9 X 13 pan. Add creamy mixture and fold gently with stuffing and chicken and vegetables. Cook in oven at 325 degrees for 45 minutes or until firm throughout.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Soup to Nuts

This has been a different Christmas season for me. I asked Bus to do the Christmas gifting this year. He readily agreed; this is the dawning of a new and brighter future. I must say he has done an admirable job so far. He is even shopping before the 24th! For myself, I haven't given the same thought to buying as I have in the past. I think this is helping me focus more on the true reason for Christmas. KBYU rebroadcast Elder Bednar's talk about the tender mercies of the Lord today and that has helped my focus as well. Bus has outdone himself helping me at home as well so I feel very blessed. We are trying to prepare our home for the annual bishop's openhouse in a little over a week. So far the tree and two wreaths are hung, various decorations have been placed around the home and I discovered Smith's had their ice cream on sale for $1 for half gallon. So good progress has been made. I only have to do sharing time, finish the quilt for the wall, make some cookies and candy, help Toni and Ben move, welcome Jethro and Robyn home (YEAH!!), and finish up some stocking stuff. Not too bad really. I am grateful for the tender mercies of the Lord.

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