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What’s for lunch

Sunday we’re having our annual Gospel Meeting at church. Of course, we eat after services that morning. I think I’ve been to the grocery store every day this week. I may exaggerate. But just a smidge.

I pick what I will make based on what’s on sale, or what’s in the freezer. As I was walking around our little country grocery store, the only meats on sale are boneless pork chops, chuck roast, and steaks. I do have a pretty good pork chop recipe, but the cost of making a giant batch really negates the fact that it was on sale. I’d have to get several cream of chicken soup cans, chicken broth, sour cream, and french fried onions. That results in me having a checkbook spasm when I get to the check out counter. So thinking of this, I walked by and noticed the rotisserie chickens… HOW can they sell an entire chicken, cooked and seasoned for like $5??? I don’t know, but I’m glad they do. There are tons of recipes using rotisserie chicken. And I plan to make one. I’m thinking of this one I found on Pinterest. Plain ChickenHowever, it does not call for rotisserie chicken, but hey, why not? It would work just fine I do believe! Plus, it turns out, this lady is a fellow Alabamian and better than that AN AUBURN GRAD! War Eagle!

 

2 Comments

  1. You know, now that I think about it, this recipe might cost almost as much. 🙁 Oh, well!

  2. You know, now that I think about it, this recipe might cost almost as much. 🙁 Oh, well!

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