Saturday, January 10, 2009

Snow and Sewing.......

I wanted to post sooner than this but I just down loaded my pictures tonight.
This is what we woke up to on January 3rd! A total surprise!

Here is a picture of our gate and the ground. It was about a half an inch!

I really was not a happy camper. But the sun came out later, and melted it all by nightfall! Yippeee!

Hubby went on a business trip to California and while he was gone, our son and daughter-in-law had invited me over for dinner and she made some Chicken Squares and they are the so good! I could not wait and had to make them the next night for dinner. SUPER SUPER EASY!

Purchase TWO tubes of CRESANT ROLLS (6 in each tube)
1 Pkg of Cream Cheese
about 4 stalks of celery
1/2 of a red onion.
4 Chicken Breasts cooked. (I boiled mine, and then chopped them)

Put the cream cheese in a bowl, and mix with the celery that you have chopped pretty fine, and the 1/2 of onion chopped finer. Mix well with the chopped chicken.

Take the cresant rolls and seperate. Flatten out to make them a little bigger.

Put a small amount, (about 1/2 an ice cream scoop) into the center of the large triangle shape as shown in the photo:

Then you fold the top down and attach to the sides as shown:
Then take the front point and bring to the top and over.

Pinch all edges closes.

Put them on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for about 10-15 minutes, till tops are nice and brown.


Here are my girls: L to R
Sassy Frass, Taumee Mahrhee (in the back), and Sydney Mahrhee

Sassy is Sydney's Daughter. I bred her to a Border Collie on PURPOSE! LOL

They are called Coltrievers and are bred in England for service dogs, and Taumee is exactly that. She is my third hand when I need help carrying things. She is a packer and loves to carry. But I can not get Sassy nor Sydney to carry anything yet.


Paige said...

That looks really good and easy enough that a non-cooker like me could make it.

I will try them


Ice Pony Girl said...

Yum! I'll be over shorty...for lunch!

Mikey said...

I'm totally making those, asap. Those look yum, and I'm very fond of anything w/5 or less ingredients.