Tuesday, October 17, 2006

I need a Halloween Costume

Good Morning....I'm starting with a recipe this morning that alot of you asked for yesterday...Poppyseed Chicken

2 cans of chicken or 3 chicken breast, boiled and shredded
2 cans of cream of chicken
1 8 ounce container of sour cream
1/2 stick of butter..melted
2 tsp of Poppyseeds
Ritz Crackers...crumbled for topping

Mix all together and add crackers last.....Bake @ 400 for 30 minutes......Very easy and Very good
Enjoy!

Halloween is just around the corner and well, Scott and I have been invited to a Costume Party....Yes.....I 'am very excited about this. We cant really decide on what to go as.....I kind of know but not sure........what do you think?????? Give me some great ideas because I need them......Be creative. I need some really great ideas....I'm counting you guys to come up with something different........I'll be waiting....Happy Tuesday!!!!

13 comments:

Susie said...

The hubby and I went a couple of years ago as Danny and Sandy from Grease. I found the costumes at Party City but added a little to each. My costume had a long red skirt with a Rydell high emblem on the shirt. I added a pony tail with ribbon and my red/white saddle shoes I saved from drill team. The hubby wore black leather jacket, white t-shirt, cuffed jeans and black dress shoes. He greased his hair back so cute. Good luck with your costumes.

org junkie said...

Good morning! Well I'm totally not very creative when it comes to costumes so I buy my costumes. Last year I was the very pregnant evil queen from Snow White I believe it is. This year we are going as a family of pirates...even the baby, the costume is so cute! Let us know what you decide. Laura

Jennifer said...

Okay, I am going to think on that costume thing. The other day I thought of a really good "duo" one and now I can't remember. So I will post it later, if I can remember it. I'm such a dork.

Susanne said...

Yum, that chicken sounds wonderful. Being Hungarian, poppyseed is a fave. I'm definitely giving it a try!

mom of 2 said...

How about a pirate and his wench...Peter Pan or Captain Hook and Tinkerbell. I know it's not very nice or politically correct, but when we were in college we went to a costume party and hubby was the Pope and I was a pregnant nun...I know...very bad!! How about a pair of hippies from the 60's, caveman and cave woman...I'll think about it some more...I'm all out of ideas right now! Let us know what you decide to be!

Christina_the_wench said...

Geez, this sounds yummy. Gonna have to try it! Thanks, Jen.

Sandra said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe Jen :)

I still don't know what to dress up as either, so I'm right there with you LOL

Barb said...

Thank you for the chicken recipe. Easy works for me. And I didn't know Susanne was Hungarian, did you? Was I supposed to know that? I'll bet I was.

I'd wear my pj's and a cup of coffee in my hand and go as a mommy. A tired mommy. I would.

Mommy off the Record said...

How about you be Cleopatra and he can be you servant fanning you with palm leaves and feeding you grapes!

Dee said...

YUM!! I have to say first, I LOVE that dish. It is a family favorite and SO easy!

As for the Halloween costumes, I'm not really creative, but silly as it sounds, my SIL and her DH went as Peter Pan and Wendy!

Good luck on that one!

Christina said...

Thanks for the recipe. I don't even know what I am going to be so I think I'll read what the others write.

Ravenbajan said...

I once went to a party where a guy was dressed head to toe in tinfoil! Nothing but tinfoil. (Well I suppose he had clothes underneath somewhere). When you asked him what he was suppose to be.... he said he was a leftover.

It was so silly, funny and creative he won 1st prize.

C. H. Green said...

It's been a long time since I made Poppyseed Chicken. Good reminder.