“Never trust a hug, it’s just a way to hide your face”
The Doctor from Doctor Who
This is what came from our slow cooker tonight. It was savory, tasty and easy to prep. Plus it will feed us for about 3 meals. Try it out for yourself.
- 6 boneless chicken breasts
- Medium bag baby carrots
- Small bag red potatoes
- 4 shallots
- 1 jar prepared pesto (6 oz or so)
- 1 packet ranch dressing mix
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- 4 tbsp butter
- Salt and pepper to taste
Place carrots in bottom of large slow cooker. Cut potatoes in half and place on top of carrots; season liberally with salt and pepper. Rough cut shallots and cube butter; scatter both on top of potatoes. Season chicken breasts with salt and pepper and lay in single layer on top of everything.
In small bowl, mix together pesto (save the jar), ranch dressing mix, and minced garlic. Add about a half cup of hot water to the pesto jar; place lid on jar and shake well. Uncover and pour evenly into slow cooker. Spread pesto mixture in bowl evenly over chicken in slow cooker. Cover and cook for 6-8 hours on…
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This is way cool. Very fitting tribute to two British institutions.
Very slowly, Americans are cutting the cord with traditional pay-television providers.It’s not the mass exodus that has been predicted, even though the alternatives to cable and satellite are extensive, convenient, and inexpensive.
For some this is a real choice to paying for both TV and Broadband at the same time. I still prefer to watch shows on a real TV and watching as it comes over the air live. Many folks will get a old school over-the-air antenna to get digital TV channels from their local broadcasters.
It is a high holy day in the nerd/geek community today. A new season of Doctor Who is upon us. The Doctor and Clara are here to save the day. I am excited to see what adventures await. The one thing about this show is that it is fluid but also stays the same which is interesting for a time traveling Time Lord. I predict tonight is going to be good on BBC America.
I read about a lot of people who cut people out of their lives. Ending relationships and friendships is not an easy decision to make. For a long time I did that with one person I had a spiritual and historical connection with. Some folks change so radically and its not always in ones best interest to keep them around in your lives.
Dysfunctional relationships are painful and often times you have to end them. I really try to offer grace and patience in all the relationships I have with people but I have my limits. Relating to people means having some humility and finding out more about who they are. We live in a time of where personal issues or “drama” as we like to call it can be so magnified on social media and through technology that we make snap judgements about things. I am guilty of that as well as everyone else.
My hope is to keep as many friends as I can, do my best to be there for them and not worry about not being liked by everyone I know. The key thing is to be myself and to be the best person I can be. Sometimes quality friendships are more important than how many friends you have.