Last Sunday, two year old Eliza came down from Oak Ridge for a visit and she brought along her mom and dad (Wende and Ralph). As expected, she changes quite a bit each time we see her both in size and things she can do – she brought along her rocker for this trip.
For supper, we made a chicken and mushroom dish using inspiration from Pam's recipe for Chicken with Garlic and Mushrooms in White Wince Sauce from her Midwest Kitchen Korner blog. I made several changes – since I was serving seven people, I used 18 chicken tenders (seasoned with Lawrey's) that I had on hand rather than three chicken breasts and I used 24 oz of mushrooms. Here are some shots of the process.
We served in with baked potatoes, lemon/butter/garlic Brussels Sprouts, and some extra gravy.
As can be seen I enjoyed gravy on my potato and I liked both the chicken and the sprouts. The tenders worked very well and were cooked just right when pulled at 160F and I would make it again with regular cream of mushroom soup based on feedback from the diners about the flavor of the golden mushroom soup.
After eating, Eliza had a big time playing with Cindy.
It's always good to have them come for a meal and a visit.
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Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.
11/10/19 event date