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What I’m Into Right Now – November 2017

As much as I’d like time to slow down it keeps tick-tocking along.  It’s hard to believe another month has passed since I last shared a few things that have captured my interest.   Here are a few of my current favorite things.

What I’m Into Right Now – November 2017

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Caramel Dip – Nothing goes better with apples than caramel. We all like a sweet treat of apples and caramel dip.

Hot Tea – The weather has gotten colder and I like to warm up with a cup of hot tea.  I usually have one or two cups of decaf hot tea a day… after my morning coffee, of course.

Gold Rush – I’ve become a big fan of this Discovery Channel “reality” show about gold miners in the Alaskan Klondike.  There are several seasons available on Hulu and I’ve been watching at least one episode each night before bed.

Broadway Soundtracks – I’ve been fortunate enough to review several recent Des Moines Performing Arts Musical performances.

The shows were great and I’ve been reliving them by listening to their Broadway soundtracks.  Something Rotten! and The Color Purple have been my recent favorites.

What are you into right now?

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Easy Chicken & Biscuits

If you’re looking for an easy comfort food recipe idea for your family this is it.

I call it a recipe idea because you can mix, match, and substitute ingredients depending on what you like.  The ingredients listed here are what we used in the video below and will get you started.

What we used:

1 tube of refrigerator biscuits

3 cups cooked chicken – you’ll find the post mentioned in the video here.

1 bag frozen veggies

2 small cans cream of chicken soup

1 can of mushroom pieces and stems

1/2 cup sour cream

1/2 cup water

Seasoning Salt, onion powder, garlic powder

What you do:

Bake the biscuits according to the package directions.

Cook the frozen veggies in the microwave while you warm the chicken in a large skillet.  Then add the veggies to the skillet, stir in the soup, and sour cream.  Add the spices.  Serve over biscuits.

It would also be good over cooked rice, noodles, or even toast.

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