We got a little over an inch of snow. There are seven inches at the snowstick.
It was light and fluffy...a dry snow....so it was easy to shovel.
The snow sparkles are hard to photograph. Everything looks so much better in the sunshine!
My other baby brother stopped by to say hi in the afternoon. I just opened the dining room window and let all kinds of fresh air in while I talked with him.
Supper was a old recipe from my sister. Far Guy requested it.
Chicken in its own Gravy
3 large skinless chicken breasts cut in half. I flour them and then put them in a baking dish with some butter in the bottom to brown Bake 350 degrees about 30 minutes turning the pieces as they brown...you can speed this up if you use the broiler.
Then mix together 2 cups cheese ( I used shredded Co Jack), 1 can cream of chicken soup and 1 can evaporated milk in a saucepan and heat it up.
Pour over chicken and cover with foil bake about an hour. Serve over rice. If you don't cover it with foil the cheese sauce gets a little brown...but it still tastes good.
You can use any cuts of chicken...without skin. This makes six servings and freezes well. Four servings headed for our freezer. It is also really good over wild rice. You can also use what ever kind of Cream soup you wish the original recipe calls for Cream of Mushroom...and I am not a fan.
I should put dates on these recipes...I think this one is from about 1990.