Oh dear, I missed another Saturday post. Part of the problem was that I didn’t actually do anything. It was too cold to leave the house, so I did not go running or have any Mohawk Valley Adventures. Full disclosure: I stepped out on the porch twice, putting my weekly postcards on the box for the mailman to pick up.
I did make a pot of chicken soup, so perhaps a cooking post would work, although it wasn’t much of a recipe. I’ll give it a try.
I had a rotisserie chicken from Hannaford which I had been taking meat off for my lunch salads. My mom told me that my sister Diane made soup with the remains of her rotisserie chickens. I messaged Diane and asked her how she did it.
“Boil the crap out of it and pull the meat off, throw out the bones, and add vegetables,” were the instructions. I could do that. Kind of.
I did not have any vegetables, but I had onion and garlic (oh well I guess onion counts as a vegetable), so I added those plus some spices. I also did not have any noodles, so I cooked some ruffles. It turned out pretty tasty. Next time I hope to have a stalk of celery and perhaps a couple of carrots to add. I don’t care for cooked carrots, but Steven likes them.
In the meantime, I am over 200 words. Score! Now let’s see if I can make my Sunday post later today.
Ruffles? Like the Potato Chips?
No, the pasta. Or was that a joke and I just ruined it?
Sorry, Now I am confused. I only know of Ruffles Potato Chips. I have never heard of Ruffles Pasta. No Joke.
It’s a shape. There is probably another name (like farfalle is bowtie) but I don’t know it.
Thanks. Totally makes sense,now. 🙂