FURRY FRIDAY: Bring Your Bears Inside

It’s that time of year when the temperatures drop and everyone hunkers down indoors while the cold weather passes. During that time, it’s important to make sure your furry companions aren’t out in the cold too long.

Despite their furry bodies and affinity for the outdoors, bears get cold and it’s important to bring them inside and out of the elements. Bears love cuddles and their abundance of fur are sure to keep everyone cozy and warm.

Take a look at these hot bears that are needing to come in from the cold and vote for your favorites!

See the Bears by Clicking Here

Recipe: Mom’s Chicken Casserole (Also Wonderful for Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey!!!)

This is a recipe my mom has prepared for years and years going back as far as I can remember. Tonight I replaced the chicken with turkey. It was a perfect use for leftovers! Keeps you from getting bored with turkey too fast, and helps make sure you don’t waste all that turkey you didn’t eat on Thanksgiving!

4 chicken breasts OR 1 whole chicken
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1 can of evaporated milk
2 cups chicken broth — split (either store bought or from your cooked chicken)

● Simmer breasts or chicken in enough water to barely cover chicken until done, then cut up chicken
(you can use the water as your broth!)
● Combine the cans of cream of mushroom and cream of mushroom soups, the can of evaporated milk, and ONE (1) of the cups chicken broth
● Place in casserole dish (I butter mine)

● In a separate bowl, combine 8oz of stuffing/dressing and 6 T of butter and the other cup of chicken broth
● Mix and sprinkle over over chicken mixture
● Cover with foil and bake for 45 minutes 350°
● Remove foil and bake another 15 minutes