Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Soccer Game and Antique Booth

I’m just a tad behind on my blog. With all the running around I have been doing and trying to keep up with my Antique booth, it has been just crazy. I think everything is settled down now so I could relax and just post about our days. Saturday we had an afternoon Soccer Game and The Cisco Kid was in it to win. He played an outstanding game. After the Soccer game we needed some lunch. Off to Bonos BBQ we went. Believe it or not The Cisco Kid did not order their fried chicken he ordered the turkey platter. OH MY GOODNESS, he gobbled it down!!!! Finally he is eating well. After lunch we had to go to my booth and add some items because I was cleaned out. There were lots of empty spots. I put a 10% off everything sign in my booth and I sold so much. I will try to do that again next month.

The Cisco Kid was so nice to vacuume the rug for me. He is such a good little helper. When he wants to help!
This is the booth last week and it has changed allot as you could see in the next picture.

Monday, September 27, 2010

White Chicken Chili

Now that fall is in the air it is time to pull out the big pots and make a big batch of chili. I like to freeze it so we can have it all season long. This time I am trying something different. I am making White Chicken Chili. Now some people say that white chicken chili is supposed to be made with everything white. But I never follow the rules. I added some color.

One carton of Chicken Broth
I used 2 cans of red kidney beans
If 2 cans of beans are not enough beans for you than add 2 cans of white pinto beans one large green pepper chopped into chunks
One onion chopped into chunks
5 breasts of chicken, chopped into chunks
2 packets of Mc Cormack White Chicken Chili seasoning packets
For extra vegetables in my chili I added some mushrooms
One very large pot

Sautee all the vegetables in a small amount of olive oil and set them aside Sautee the chunked chicken breast in a small amount of olive oil until they are thoroughly cooked. Add the chicken broth and both packets of seasoning mix. Stir until all the spices are dissolved. Now add the sautéed vegetable and empty the cans of beans in the pot with all the bean juice. Simmer for 30 minutes and you will have a delicious chili.



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