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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Singleton in the Kitchen

In my Zicam induced stupor I am craving some serious chicken soup.
There I go again being dramatic...........I haven't even had to blow my nose yet, but I can feel it coming.......I must get ahead of it.......I have 3 classes to teach tomorrow.............. So where do I head? Not to the kitchen, but to blog world. I didn't find a soup recipe, but I did find Singleton in the Kitchen.
Love her site design and why wouldn't I?.............it's designed by Shannon with Eight Crazy........one of my past features.


This gal is a transplant from Texas and we all know Texas girls can cook! Right? I really wouldn't know, but if you have a southern accent.........I'm sure you can cook better than me. And don't tell me you Texans don't have an accent, because to us bland NW talkers..........you have one, trust me.

I think what really got me is all the muffin looking goodies on her site.
I want one of these fruity ones RIGHT NOW!


And THESE! Don't they look amazing?I'm not even a pepper kind of girl, but these almost have me thinking I would try one .......with lots of butter of course.

We can always use ideas for dinner, right? Because we all know how much we love to cook dinner! It's our favorite time of day, especially if we have children who need help with their homework, or little ones who like to draw on walls......
How about some Sweet and Sour Pork? Mmmmmmm
How about some cookies? These look professional. I bet she just warmed them up and made it look like she baked them...........not a bad idea.......and I'm not ashamed to say that I would totally do that.


I could use one of those with my hot tea. Cuz I'm sick you know...........well almost.


17 comments:

Sandy Toes said...

Oh..each picture looks wonderful!
-sandy toe

p.s. I would love one of those cookies with some tea and cream...perfect.

Abigail Hutchinson said...

Hello from a Texas girl!!!!!!!!!!
The food does look fabulous!
So chicken soup!!!
One super great way especially when you aren't feeling good..Hop on over to the grocery store and buy a rotisserie chicken (if you're up for picking the meat off the bone) or just some marinated chicken breast (raw or precooked) put the cooked chicken in a stock pot with a can of chicken broth, some baby carrots and celery (and diced onion if you like)bring it to a boil and add the noodles in. Cook for 10 minutes while boiling and ta da Super yummy, make you better before you get sick meal!!!! My boyfriend couldn't believe I made it from "scratch" that last time he was sick!!!
Get well asap!!!

Robin (Tqmnurse) said...

I just found your blog thru NancyJones blog... I'm sorry you are feeling poorly.....start the zicam...lots of OJ...and rest.... I can hear you.... you just said....ok mom...LOL...
BTW...the muffins look delicious!

Monkey Giggles said...

Drats now I'm hungry.

Astrid said...

I'd go for some of those cookies RIGHT NOW! :)

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

Hope you kick your cold! Good luck
-Laurel

Untypically Jia said...

There's nothing better than tea and cookies!

Deb said...

Texas girls do definitely have a reputation for being some good cookers. At least that's what my husband says. I do think I need to steal some of her ideas though. Thanks so much for finding her for us.

southerninspiration said...

Another TX cook here...and yes I am a good "cooker"...that's what my little boy used to say. Well, that's what my big boy used to say when he was little. Big difference!
What you need is some EmergenC! It will help!
I wish I could send over a good cup of soup for you! Take care

Suzanne

The Graves' House said...

that sweet and sour pork looks great. i will have to check out her other recipes too. thanks for sharing,hope you feel better soon.
~nicole

Tanya said...

Ooh, looks wonderful!

Michelle said...

I am a CherishBound addict and just started bouncing to new sites with the link...so excited to find yours!! You have some fantastic links. I just got lost over at Eight Crazy (I'm in need of a makeover). Just wanted to say hello and let you know...I'll be back!!

Kelly said...

Looks delicious! I am heading right over. ~Kelly

unDeniably Domestic

Kimm at Reinvented said...

I love me a good recipe blog, thanks for sharing.
How does one get featured on TCB, anyway? Just askin'...

Melissa Lester said...

Well, Kim, the laundry will just have to wait. I'm clearing my morning schedule to visit all your recent fabulous features. I love the variety and hope to make it to each one today. Thanks for the inspiration!

I hope you are feeling better. We've been fancy at my blog all week revisiting my daughter's Fancy Nancy birthday party. So I would suggest getting into your most comfy boa and tiara and getting some rest.

Mama Krit said...

oh, man, that looks awesome! Now I'm craving me some sweet and sour pork!

Jessica said...

Thanks so much for the shout out. I do have a little Texas 'twang but it's pretty mild compared to some of them! Thanks again for featuring me on your blog. I still can't believe it, little 'ole me. :)