Every time that we make the 150 mile round trip to ElPaso, we stop at a store and get a rotisserie chicken for dinner. After we finish the chicken, the carcass, and the removed skin go into a soup kettle, and the meat is boiled off the bones. We strain the bones, and the next morning, we cook some Fideo noodles in the REAL chicken broth, MMMMM GOOD!!! Brie
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I'm always watching T.V. when I should be workingout, I found if I get up the last 15 min. of the show at the climax or like when Rachel Ray cooks her daily meal, I walk in place doing my favorite walk it out moves while concentrating on the plot of the show and I have easily done a workout and usually continue on for an extra 10 or 15 minuets. I do this a couple of times throughout the day,
Rachel Ray is right on! I use an empty plastic/clamshell container as my "garbage bowl" when I cook. I keep it on the counter and it makes throwing out scraps/garbage/waste SO much easier. I used a larger version of this when I took a cooking course. Very useful.
This morning I over poured the blueberries into my breakfast bowl and then decided that I would be healthier to add cereal to my berries rather than berries to my cereal. I saw Dr Oz on Rachel Ray and he eats a lot of dark berries for health. If Dr Oz thinks it is a good idea, then so do I
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