Combine soup and chicken broth in a medium saucepan to make gravy. Stir well to blend. Add chicken. Simmer about 8 to 10 minutes until heated through. When serving, layer all ingredients. First stack rice, chow mein noodles, chicken and gravy. Add tomatoes, celery, green pepper and onion. Top with pineapple chunks, Cheddar cheese and more chicken and gravy. Stack almonds and coconut on top. Serves 8. You an try and eat it with chopsticks, if you wish.
This is dinner for us tonight! A wonderful combination of flavors
you'd never imagine! I asked the missionaries last night
what they'd like for dinner tonight and this was their request.
I haven't made it for years but it was always a big hit with my children.
Were still cutting wood here today, I was quite blown away at how
fast my manly man could clean out his garage in order to make
room for his wood. Miracles never cease.(or you just have to have
the right motivation.)
Mr. Buttercup has had a couple supervised visits with mr. kitten (we
still haven't committed). They really like each other but Mr. Buttercup
loves him alittle too much still.
A few weeks ago my little ailment I've had since my surgery was
finally diagnosed. "Costochondritis". Inflammation of the cartilage that holds your ribs to your sternum. Not alot they can do but use
anti inflammatory , ice, heat, very painful. I started acupuncture
this week and it's been wonderful! She gets me totally out of
pain while on the table. I'm hoping this will help me be more comfortable before I leave for China. I've also been on prednisone this week.
What's really sad is that my 13 yr. old granddaughter was diagnosed with the same thing two months ago. She's really struggling, my heart just goes out to her. Another bump in the road of life.
Rumor is that we might have some snow this
week-end. Have a good one.