Yes I did make it myself.I bake my own bread just about every week,and every once in awhile I like to try something different.I had leftover mashed potatoes,so when I made bread,in they went.Yummy!
Yes, this particular recipe does call for hamburger and American cheese. Sounds weird, doesn't it? But it also really sounds good and I want to try it, too.A chopped cheese sandwich has hamburger in it?
Your kitties are beautiful and the soup looks good, also. Do your cats always eat off the table? LOL. I had a cat that loved turkey.Clemson game is a blowout, so I'm watching the Ohio-Wisconsin match, much better for true football fans, LOL. Soup is FINALLY done, but I'm relaxing again while waiting for both pots to cool... truth be told, I've snacked on choice turkey bits, fresh veggies, "taster" spoonfuls of soup, etc., so I'm not exactly starving, yeah? However, I'll have one tight bowl of finished soup before I crash, along with a buttered roll... Kerrygold Butter, I love that stuff, along with that butter from Finland which I also buy at times.
This Buckeyes-Badgers game is pretty good, I lose interest in blowouts for all the obvious reasons. I'll "sleep in" till 0730 or 0800 manana, so I can stay up a little longer... I'm a big boy, and oh, yeah, I also own the house free & clear, LOL. It may not be some ridiculous Bel Air McMansion, but it's "Home, Sweet Home" with a better view than those Bel Air chumps will EVER have... thick smog or primo views of the Stronghold, it's a no-brainer, "I'LL TAKE THE STRONGHOLD FOR $500, ALEX!!!"
Whoa, the Buckeyes just pulled ahead for real, but the Badgers still have a shot, I like this sort of game because everything is on the line, LOL. I should also add that I like both teams, so let the best team win under pressure... those pesky Buckeyes are going strong right now, and the Badgers have to step up or they'll wind up losing. Hey, here are some shots of kittehs, soup, etc., the kittehs all ate some warm turkey bits as I was working in the kitchen, so they're happy campers, "10-DASH-FO'???"
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Look how BIG Tiger is compared to Phoenix & Little Miss Mulligan... Tiger's a big boy, LOL. He could probably take both those youngsters, one in each paw, and knock their heads together, but we all know he's a peaceful kitteh, except when he goes round the bend and starts rolling youngsters like a strong-armed robber, LOL. Anyway, I'm enjoying my game, when all football is over for the night I'll MACK HARD & CRASH... till then, I chillax with a cold beer and watch my favorite team sport. Well, I like Olympic Bobsledding too, since I'm an old school vertical skateboarder, but how often does THAT come around? Meh, football will do tonight... soup looks good, doesn't it? Tastes even better, I assure you. No chopsticks required, LOL.
Edit: Stick a fork in the Badgers, I think they're done, LOL... now I'm watching the Hawaii-Boise State game, they're playing on that funky blue AstroTurf or whatever it is. I wonder if that calms down the players, BWAHAHAHAHA!!! "OMMMMM!!!"
Sounds interesting. I must try making bread sometime.Yes I did make it myself.I bake my own bread just about every week,and every once in awhile I like to try something different.I had leftover mashed potatoes,so when I made bread,in they went.Yummy!
It does sound weird. And since I'm vegetarian, not something I'd be interested in.Yes, this particular recipe does call for hamburger and American cheese. Sounds weird, doesn't it? But it also really sounds good and I want to try it, too.
The cats get one half of the dining room table, humans get the other half, that's how it works... I wash the Mexican blanket every so often, or just swap it out and wash the dirty one later. My cats are like my kids, so I don't mind their eating at the table... they don't usually eat there when human guests are present, they're too shy around strangers, but they'll jump up and mack while I'm sitting at the table. Little Miss Mulligan has been bugging me for scraps lately as I eat, and since she was practically starving when I rescued her I've been giving her cuts off my own plate by putting them in a saucer... I know this is reinforcing bad behavior, but one look in her eyes and I'm lost, LOL. Meh, I place her saucer far enough away from MY plate to be safe, and I don't let her get too close to my plate either, otherwise I'm not worried about it. As for the delicious turkey soup, I took it one step farther yesterday and made a casserole out of it, baking it again with some other leftovers added... small quantities of mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, I even topped it with Muenster Cheese & Baby Swiss, and it was HEAVENLY, LOL. I think I took photos last night while I was drunk, lemme check my computer files:Your kitties are beautiful and the soup looks good, also. Do your cats always eat off the table? LOL. I had a cat that loved turkey.
We weren't impressed with the sandwiches. I asked Rick what he thought and he just said, "Eh, they're OK. If you don't want to make them again, I wouldn't be upset" meaning he didn't really care for them either. I used the CC recipe.I'm going to try the chopped cheese sandwiches tonight.
That's disappointing. Cook's Country is usually so reliable.We weren't impressed with the sandwiches. I asked Rick what he thought and he just said, "Eh, they're OK. If you don't want to make them again, I wouldn't be upset" meaning he didn't really care for them either. I used the CC recipe.
Tonight? It's not delivery; it's Digiorno's. Probably.