We have a new dog in the neighborhood, a 7 month old Great Dane name Caroline. At first she was shy, but now runs over to see Oliver (the Bulldog). I think Oliver has a new girlfriend. Winston on the other hand (black Pug) wants nothing to do with Caroline. Watch and see how a 15 lb. Pug chases away a Great Dane. It really is too funny. Once again, no Pugs or other dogs were harmed in the making of this video.
I am a big fan of chicken pot pie. Except for all the fat & calories that come with this wonderful dish. I figured if I could make it at home I would be able to control what goes in it. So here was my attempt. I got the recipe from NMB's blog Puttin' on the G.R.I.T.S. It wasn't an exact recipe, more of a put in what you like recipe. So here's what I did...
I boiled a white chicken breast in enough chicken broth to cover it up. For flavor I added 1/4 white onion, a few shakes of poultry seasoning, black pepper, and oregano. Once the chicken was fully cooked (about 10 min) I removed the chicken from the broth. Since I don't like to eat onions I strained the broth to remove them. I placed the broth back in the pot. To that I added 1/2 cup of chopped potatoes & 1/2 cup chopped carrots. I needed more broth to cover up the vegetables, so I added more (I used a quart of chicken broth total). I cooked the vegetables till they were almost tender and then added 1/2 cup of frozen peas & 1/2 cup of frozen corn. I then shredded the chicken and added that too. In a cup I added about 5-6 oz. of evaporated milk (GRITS says this is the secret to the recipe) and 2 tbs. of corn starch. I slowly added the milk mixture the the pot till it was thickened to my liking. I added a bit more black pepper and poultry seasoning to taste. At this point I guess you could add the mixture to a casserole dish and cover with a pie crust or croissant rolls and bake in the oven. I decided to make the croissant rolls separate so that I could warm up the chicken pot pie mixture tomorrow and make fresh rolls again.
Thank you GRITS for this recipe. It was exactly what I was looking for!
So I have this lotion and this is the caution on the back. "Use only as directed. Excessive use or prolonged exposure may cause irritation to skin." The directions say nothing about washing the lotion off after applying it. So... most likely you will have prolonged exposure. Don't think I'll be using this lotion. In the trash it goes. Plus, can you really trust a lotion that is blue?
This lotion was not purchased, nor is it sold anywhere. It is a promotional item from a drug company that is distributed to medical facilities. You think they would be a little more careful with the ingredients as to not cause irritation.