I was paired with a very special lady who blogs about many things, mostly food, but even more. I was intrigued by her category of Rabbits. We have an overpopulated rabbit problem so I won't tell you what happens to rabbits in New Town, but you can see why I was interested. ;)
So then I went to her About page and honestly, she's just a doll. You need to meet Nicole, from I Am A Honey Bee. She is going to just die when she finds out how many of our experiences connect, especially when she figures out that I am 57.
I had pink hair. LOVED it.
I correct people's grammar.
I love peeps, just like she does, fresh, old or chewy.
I love all things Greece, but I haven't been there.
I know all the words to, nope, not Shoop. Other songs.
I had a blast looking through her blog. I have that danged Shoop song in my head, though. So as I was looking through and finding a recipe, I saw this one that she made from a cookbook she reviewed. It sounded perfect, as there are just two of us in our home and I would love to make this for my husband and me.
But before we get to the recipe, check out these two: Crock Pot Cool Ranch and this Brown Sugar Balsamic Pork Slow Cooker recipe. Both perfect for these winter months.
With just the two of us at home, we look for recipes that don't have a lot of leftovers. This one had enough for the both of us and for one lunch. It was cozy and delicious and perfect for a supper.
To lighten it up a bit, we substituted the chicken broth with vegetable broth and left out the cream. Instead of carrots we added 1 potato, diced. The potato acted like the thicking agent so we didn't need flour, either.