Thursday, January 10, 2008

Soups on

and cake is in the oven.

Stitch night resumes tonight! We haven't had a stitch night since before Christmas (except for the slumber party) But tonight we are getting back to our regular weekly stitch and gritch. I didn't know baby boy was coming in until he walked in the door a few minutes ago so I probably won't stay too late. I'll be taking the Love pillow with me to stitch on.
If that link works right it will take you to the cake recipe, if not, it was the September 3 post. Here is the 'recipe' for the soup. It doesn't have a name - it is just 'soup' in my little book.
Brown 1 lb ground beef w/half an onion (chopped) drain and put in crock pot along with
1 large can Veg-all
2 cans Spanish rice
1 can Rotel tomatoes
1 can stewed tomatoes
1 can Ranch-Style Beans
Pour in entire contents of cans - juice and all.
Cook until you are ready to eat! However long it takes your crock pot to heat through - mine cooks pretty fast so 4 hours on low is plenty for mine. Everything is already cooked so you just want it to get hot and give the flavors all time to meld together.
Off to visit with baby boy for a bit before time to go stitching.


Linda said...

This looks yummy, thank you for the recipe. Happy stitching. Linda

Michelle said...

I think I know what's for dinner tonight at my house. That soup looks yummy!

Have a wonderful weekend.


Esther Sunday said...

Looks delicious! Enjoy your stitching time! Tomorrow is the once a month "Craft Day" with my friends. We rotate houses once a month during the winter to gather in our comfy clothes and work on individual crafts. It is special time! Love, Esther

Flea Market Queen said...

I am such a soup girl!

Carolyn said...

Thank you for sharing the recipe. It looks YUMMY!!! Hope you were able to get some stitching in. I'll be up in East Texas quite a bit in the next few months. We need to find out where each other is and maybe hook up. That would be fun to meet another Texas stitcher. I'll be in Nacogdoches watching my son play baseball at SFA.


Sandra Evertson said...

This looks Delicious!
Sandra Evertson