Okay, first, Anna. If you're reading this could you tell some people that Facebook and I are in a really clunky turf war at the moment, and I'm just gonna deal with it or go all Richard III on the thing when I get back home next week? I guess you can see my little list. There are the ones you know, plus my cousin I never really talk with, so that doesn't really matter, and Guiseppe, William, and Andrew, who are pretty much the only people I do the thing for. Well, and two dear old friends, but anyway.
I'm going to be out of town for a few days and really don't feel like bothering with it right now.
Next, through one of those odd chains of events that occur online sometime, I ran across this "recipe" at Mr. and Mrs. Josh Duggar's website.
There's so much I could say about this, but I won't. I just want to know if it's food anyone reading this would make and enjoy. I get that people do eat this sort of thing. But it's "famous." Really?
I'm trying, off the top of my head, to think how I would concoct the same dish, in general, so...okay. You could season and roast two whole breasts, then tear up the meat and save the bones for stock. This would be for a dish to feed 8 people or so. Make 4 cups of white sauce in a pan that started with sauteed onions, green peppers, maybe garlic, maybe not. You could add diced carrots or peas, I think, or broccoli. Up to 2 cups of that stuff, if you wanted to get all crazy and food-groupy. Then stir in the chicken.
I'm having a hard time with the noodle part. Maybe ziti or rotini. Cook a box of that, to almost done. Stir that in. After it's in the baking pan, or probably two, I'd then top it with some mild cheese (I mean, I probably wouldn't, but that's beside the point,) and some thinly sliced tomatoes. Or just do the tomatoes, and then sprinkle parmesan cheese over them. A half cup would do...
Here's what Shuffle treated me to this night, from the main list of about 7000 songs, about 13% of which are by Frank Sinatra, by the way.
Kinda weird, and not altogether representative of what I'd put together. And with roughly ten Cure albums, two from the same one? Okay. But it's always interesting to see what comes up.