Thursday, February 07, 2008

Recipe # 2

Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti

Stick of butter
Small Velveta Cheese
1 can of Rotel
1 can Cream of Mushroom
Chicken (depends on how many you want to serve)
Spaghetti ("")

Boil chicken. When done, cut however you like. Cook your spaghetti. Melt together the butter and cheese, and add in the Rotel and Cream of Mushroom. Mix all together in a large baking dish. Cook until brown. (I didn't get a firm answer on the temperature, maybe 350 or 400 degrees.)

This is also pretty quick and easy. Very filling, too!


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I have a prayer request tonight. My co-worker Crystal's daughter Ella had a virus starting last Thursday. Over the weekend Crystal and her husband, John, got it. Then, Ella started getting sick again yesterday. Last night they went to the emergency room when she started vomiting bile and had blood in her stool. They found a blockage and did a barium enema (sp?), but it came back three times today. Tonight, after the third one, they took her back for surgery. Everything looked really good in her bowels, and the intaceception (sp?) had dissipated. Tomorrow morning they are going to do another test, to check the inside of her bowels, and make sure it isn't a polyp causing the problem. Otherwise, everything should be fine. Please pray for Ella, Crystal, and John. Ella is only 9 months (she'll be 10 months a week from today). And, Crystal and John are exhausted. They haven't slept any in the last 24-48 hours. They would appreciate any prayers offered.

3 comments:

~*Rachel*~ said...

your recipe sounds so tasty, and I will deff be keeping little Ella and her family in my prayers.

Dani said...

Wow, we are praying for them as well.

John Boanerges Redman said...

I hope that you (regularly) come to the annual National Sacred Harp Convention in B'Ham on Thurs, Fri, Sat b-4 3rd Sun in June. I, Don Bowen and others are the ones passing the plate for it. New location this year, can't remember but U can find. Say "Hi" to me.

John Redman
Atlanta singer