Saturday, March 27, 2010

Old Fashioned Remedy Chicken Noodle Soup :o)

Sometimes you have to resort back to old fashioned idea's to get your motor started!
A cup of tea sometimes gets me thru the day...or perks me up in the afternoon!
When I'm feeling all woozy from fighting a cold ...I get myself a pot of chicken noodle soup...and sometimes that gets the motor up and running...well, it did me some good for breakfast today , I got myself in the mood to make some
Challah bread :o) , wait till the kids see this blog , they will be flying in :o)
I also found an easy quick way to make some fried noodles to go with it...they get done about the same time...I just sliced up some Corn Tortilla's and fried them in a small pot of hot canola oil...seasoned them up with some salt,pepper and garlic powder..that gave me a good start...
The Challah bread baking was smelling up the house with the aroma of yeast and fresh bread in the making..WOW! when it was ready so were we ...armed with knifes and sticks of soft butter we tore into it  like we were on fire :o) it was delicious as
you can see we almost devoured the two loaves...I wanted to try some sesame seeds on one...but I think I'll stick with the Poppy seeds..we like them best..
Didn't I tell you there was magic in Chicken Noodle soup :o)

7 comments:

Daisy said...

Well, if anything could get somebody feeling better, it would be your good cooking I bet, Ginny. Glad it gave you the lift you needed. Hope you get a good night's rest tonight and feel even better tomorrow.

Deborah said...

Boy do you know how to cook! Be careful with the canola though. Dangerous, evil stuff.

ladydi said...

There is no better aroma than baking bread. And no better flavor than a buttered slice while still warm. Mmmmm. (I say as I eat my grapefruit and cereal :>} Maybe it's time for me to bake some bread!)

The Gingerbread House said...

Daisy,I needed that soup and it really helped! :o)

Deborah, at least Canola doesn't smoke like the others do...I like using Olive oil most..but for quick frying its good.

Ladydi, I love a grapefruit too! have to be careful when I eat it,the meds I take are bad with it.

The Gingerbread House said...

Daisy,I needed that soup and it really helped! :o)

Deborah, at least Canola doesn't smoke like the others do...I like using Olive oil most..but for quick frying its good.

Ladydi, I love a grapefruit too! have to be careful when I eat it,the meds I take are bad with it.

cici said...

I sure miss my granny's rolls. I don't think she ever made Challah bread though. Do you have a cook book? My bread never turned out so hot. I found it easier just to buy. I guess I'm lazy too♥

The Gingerbread House said...

Cici, Challah is one of the easy ones..it never fails me...I'll see if I have the recipe in my files ..I'll send it to you...
Ginny