Monday, March 17, 2008

Bro. L.J. Harry preached at the Section 3.2 youth rally at our church Friday night and it was absolutely wonderful. His message was "Nothing Better To Do". This message was right along the same lines as Bro. Bounds' message last month at the rally in Nelsonville. The Lord is reaching out, appealing to our youth to enter the ministry and work of the Lord. There is such a need for workers. The Lord moved into our midst so beautifully and powerfully, dealing with and ministering to the youth. We had an awesome time in His presence and later as we all gathered in the fellowship hall at church for food and all.

I have to say that our musicians and praise singers really bring it when we have special services! They were absolutely awesome!
Okayyyyy.....I just couldn't resist sharing these with you! :-)

Q: What do you call ten rabbits marching backwards?
A: A receding hareline.

Q: Why did the magician have to cancel his show?
A: He'd just washed his hare and couldn't do a
thing with it.
I have Pepsi Chicken simmering on the stove this morning already. I haven't fixed it for ages but had a craving for it yesterday and could hardly wait for today to get it simmering. This is a recipe that I acquired when I was still working at Smead Mfg., where I worked for 15 years. The girls that I worked with and I were always looking for quick, easy and delicious recipes and this is definitely one. Here's the recipe which is easy, easy, easy!

6-8 pieces of chicken
I prefer thighs and breasts with the bone in. Boneless chicken tends to turn out just a bit dry when cooked in this manner. You can remove the skin if you like.
Melt 1/2 stick of butter in a dutch oven. Place chicken in the kettle. Season to taste. Pour 16oz. of ketchup over chicken. Pour a can of Pepsi over this. Bring to a nice simmer, cover and cook for one hour.
I usually serve this with scalloped/au gratin potatoes, mashed potatoes, or baked potatoes and green beans. I absolutely loooooove green beans and could eat them everyday!



Barbara H. said...

Here is another bunny joke for you:

Q: What’s the difference between a bunny and a lumberjack?
A: One chews and hops, the other hews and chops.


Theresa said...

I wonder how the recipe would turn out if cooked in a crockpot??? Do you brown the chicken first?? It sounds REALLY good & I'm always looking for good quick recipes, too!

Jewel said...

*smile* Love the bunny joke, Barbara! Thank you, thank you. LOL

Hmmm....I wouldn't see why not, Theresa. No, I don't brown it first. You just rinse it and put it in the kettle or crockpot, in your case. *grin* Give it a try!