Tony is so good to me!

He found a movie I would like on t.v., For Your Consideration.  It’s the same cast as in Best in Show, and a Mighty Wind.  I just love those type of quirky movies!  So with coffee in hand, Tony went to make me breakfast.  SO GOOD!  The surprise though was that there were scrambled eggs with Tabasco in the middle!  I have a feeling this will keep me full for a long time.

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Then I took Ed on a short 1 mile walk – too many other dogs at the trail and he is not friendly to other dogs!

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My turkey soup turned out okay, but the noodles ended up kind of gummy.  I added them to the simmering pot thinking they would could slow, maybe I should have cooked them as instructed and then add to the soup? 

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Hannah and I are going to start Christmas decorating, much to Tony’s dismay.  If it were up to him we wouldn’t put anything out until the third week of Christmas!  Since its about 40 degrees today, we figured we would start with the lights on the deck.  See you later!

3 thoughts on “Tony is so good to me!

  1. LOVE turkey soup!! Usually, I put barley in mine… that way, it can cook slow and not get weird.

  2. Is that a pancake with eggs in the middle? If so, that is some serious kitchen skills right there :)

  3. This sounds like a pterty good meal. Assuming you have oil and whatnot, put a little bit of oil in a frying pan and fry up your chicken. If you have an onion, slice it very thin, and sprinkle your chicken with the onions, with a dash of salt and pepper. When your chicken is almost done, you can add your mushrooms to the chicken for some color and added taste. You can slice them if you’d like, or you don’t have to. Boil up your egg noodles as the package suggests. In a bowl, add your cheese soup and instead of water, use a can of milk and now you’ve got a nice cheese sauce. Mix it well. After you’ve drained your noodles, add a third to a half of your cheese sauce to your noodles. Don’t use too much sauce or you’ll have cheese soup with noodles in it. You can store leftovers in the fridge or freezer for another day. Red potatoes . . . let’s see. Okay. Cut your red potatoes into fork-sized pieces, you know, not too big, not too small. Put them in a large pot in VERY cold water. Turn the heat on high, but be watching, because as soon as the water starts to boil, drain your potatoes. DON’T rinse them. While the potatoes are heating up on the stove, heat your oven to 450 degrees. Oil up a cookie sheet or a shallow baking pan of some sort. After you’ve drained the potatoes, turn them into the shallow baking pan and coat them with well with the oil. They should not be dripping with oil, just coated on all sides. Add a sprinkle of salt, paprika and rosemary. If you don’t have rosemary and paprika, Italian dressing will do the job but then skip the oil, just oil up your pan with Italian dressing. Pop those taters in the oven for about 30 minutes. When they’re done, they’ll have a rather crispy coating on them, and they are just wonderful. Hope all this helps!Rebecca

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