This week’s theme for Die Cuttin’ Divas is Food! I love food. ❤️ My mother taught me to eat everything on my plate. If there’s something there that I don’t like, I’ll start with that. (If it’s something that I really don’t like, I scarf it down very quickly just to get it out of the way!) After that, I can savor each bite. I’ll often put the meat, vegetable, and potato all on one forkful to enjoy the mixture. But if it’s something that I really, really like, I save it for last!! I nibble at candy and other sweets so they last longer. I can make a Milky Way last half an hour!! 🙂
Anyhow, I signed up for a recipe scrapbook swap one time that never got off the ground.
I was still teaching at the time and wasn’t sure I would be able to satisfy my obligation once school got going, so I got all my pages for all the months finished in one weekend and sent them off. Apparently no one else did because I never got anyone else’s pages back! But I still have the ones I kept for myself. This is the perfect time to show off this page:That cute apron was a free svg from Pazzles in 2015. It’s called Mom’s Kitchen Apron, but I don’t see it on their site anymore. I used liquid pearls on the bodice to accentuate the heart shape. The skirt was done as a print and cut so I could get the recipe on it. The embossing folder used for the background came with my eBosser electric embossing machine.
It’s hard to read the recipe in that photo, so here it is in case you want to make it. It’s delicious! I serve it with buttered cornbread, a salad, and a nice cold glass of milk! Yum!
2 small packages frozen broccoli
4 chicken breasts
1 can cream of chicken soup
½ C mayo
½ tsp lemon juice
¼ tsp curry powder
1 package shredded cheddar cheese
bread crumbs or wheat germ
Parboil chicken. Remove the chicken from the boiling water and boil broccoli until slightly cooked. Put broccoli in a casserole dish. Put cut-up chicken over it (bite sized pieces.) Mix soup, mayo, curry, and lemon juice and spread on top. Sprinkle with bread crumbs and cheese. Bake at 350° for ½ hour – 45 minutes
Check out the other food-related projects that my teammates created then link up your own at Die Cuttin’ Divas!