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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Cooking This And That . . .

  
A few days ago we had some 
rainy and gloomy days
with high humidity too.
So I decided to do some cooking and baking. 

Credit Diane for this recipe appearing on her
dianecayton-hakey.com blog
I think Jayme from Tales From The Coop Keeper
created the original recipe.

(not sure why but I couldn't get my link to work for either of these sites)
 


Easy Peasy,
start with two eggs.
Jayme suggests 1 egg, 1 egg white


Recipe calls for ground turkey
I used some baked some chicken instead
and shredded it in the food processor.
I used the following as a seasoning while baking the chicken.


and I also added these spices



Use some green pepper, if you like,
I don't, so I used some red pepper. 
Next time I think I will add some shredded carrot. 
I also used some onion, cut fine

one small onion
1/2 red pepper
cut fine


6 Tablespoons of Oatmeal  



Mix everything together and mold into patties
Recipe also calls for two tablespoons of oil
I used olive oil and used it to fry up the
"chicken cakes"



And there you have it.
Very Good
I know they look burned but they weren't
Jack loved them too. 
We included steamed asparagus with the patties. 

(Did you notice I have a bit of a problem following a recipe,
it is why I have a big problem with baking !)



I also cooked up a batch of our
White Chicken Chili
(I always buy extra, especially when they are marked down in price.)
I use one large chicken broth, one jar large Randall Beans and one jar of salsa.
And some other things if you would like the recipe.
and
my mom's
Pumpkin Bars



What made you feel happy today?

I walked in the door after a pedicure,
 (which made me happy)
and peeked into Snickers bed and there she was
flipped over on her back saying rub my belly please.

that girl makes my day every day
~



19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

go, snickers, go! :)

Art and Sand said...

The pumpkin bars sound good. I do not cook - by express request of my entire family - but I do bake.

eileeninmd said...

Lynne, your recipes sound yummy! The chili and the pumpkin bars would be my favorites. Snicker is adorable, my Goldie Girl loves belly rubs! Have a great evening!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

I'll have two of those pumpkin bars for breakfast tomorrow please, if you would overnite FED-X it would be greatly appreciated. xox

Erin~Just*Grand said...

I want to try those pumpkin bars... Great photo! Makes my mouth water....

Willow said...

Oh I know I should not read these things hungry ~ YUM !!!

Pamela Gordon said...

Oh I always follow a recipe to a 't', Lynn. lol Your mom's pumpkin bars sure look yummy.

At Home in English Valley said...

I think I will try those patties, hold the turkey for me, but the chicken sounds really good. Did you know that I met Jayme at my very first blog event. She is amazing, a dynamo and that was before she boot camped herself to fitness...and funny & delightful! We make the same pumpkin cake, your Mom and me...I like to name drop... Boy I'm hungry! Thanks for sharing my friend. Love, Penny

MarmePurl said...

The sight of those pumpkin bars makes me very happy.

Musings from Kim K. said...

Did you save any of those pumpkin bars for our visit? Just teasing, but they look fantastic. So do the chicken cakes. Looking forward to seeing you!

babs said...

Just made your mom's pumpkin bars today for the weekend
Yum. Chicken things look good too!

Rain said...

Wow the pumpkin bars sound great- did I miss the recipe- back post maybe- will check!! I might replace turkey w tofu and give them a try!! Have a great weekend Lynne!!
Rain :)

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Anything comfort food sounds so delish today...white chili, yum. Pumpkin bars, yum, and those chicken patties look great too.

So pie crust is taking over your life too?

Jen

missy said...

I know what you mean about Snickers..Mollie does the same for me..I saw that recipe on Dianes' blog..Looked good then..still does..maybe I'll have to try it..The pumpkin bard look yummy..

Barbara Lilian said...

I'll certainly have to try those turkey patties. and then I'll have to search your past recipes to see if I can find your mums pumpkin bars. I was happy to day, because the weather forecast was rain and it was was sunny.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Oh my hubby would love these yummies. Of course he is my cook. He cooks like a chef. So great with leftover Turkey couple of days later..

Now I know where my one Grandson

is in college to be a chef.

After his Mom and Grandfather.

Olive said...

Those pumpkin bars look amazing. I love all things pumpkin.

Cindy said...

I always figured the best recipes were the ones that came with changes and a little of this and that.

However, my son the chef doesn't always agree with me.... but often asks my opinion, lol.

The pumpkin bars look yummy

Thistle Cove Farm said...

everything looks great and I have problems following recipes too. everything turns out just fine though.