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a cooking blog from one foodie to another... I rarely if ever use real measurements... my recipes are more like guidelines... but along the way we usually land on something kinda delectable...



Thursday, November 18, 2010

My new soup....

I created a new soup!!!!  It doesn't really have a name yet.  I guess Jami's Soup would be a little redundant (because we already have a Becky's Soup) and a little odd to use my own name.  I lean towards the schnazzy so   I don't want a simple ingredients type name....  It contains wild rice and cream of chicken soup....  hmmm how bout:

Wild Creamy Chicken Soup

It is an UBBER easy shortcut routine reminiscent of Sandra Lee... and it is YUM to the EEEEEE!  Here you go:

Prepare a box of long grain wild rice (I used Rice a Roni... I think) according to microwave directions.
While this is cooking, start simmering a can of condensed cream of chicken soup (don't forget to add the can of milk).
As soon as the rice is ready, add it to the soup, and simmer at least fifteen minutes.

Serve it up!

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Reviving an old obsession

One of my ABSOLUTE favorite spots for recipes is the Kraft website.  I LOVE their site!  They used to mail this free magazine to me once a quarter, but they got cheap and turned it into a paid subscription so ALAS... I don't get it anymore.  Regardless they recently came up with a Blackberry App and it has re-lit the fire of my love for Kraftfoods.com.  On election day, I tried this recipe.  Now let me first say I ABHOR seafood... anything that swim (or creeps) in water I do NOT put in my mouth!  However, I acknowledge the health benefits of the slimy little creatures and realize that it is good parenting to expose my children to ALL foods (even those I can hardly stomach).  So I made the recipe.... and guess what???  I was actually able to choke down a little fish when it was smothered in Italian dressing and topped with mushrooms and cheese.

Anywhoo... take a little tour around the site... you can set up a recipe box to save recipes you like AND if you follow this link you can sign up to receive free new products from Kraft and be a "taste tester" for them.
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