Thursday, June 2, 2016

may favorites

>TV Show: Raising Hope. Everybody needs a good sitcom in their life. And everybody needs a new show on Netflix to watch. This show hits two birds with one stone. Seriously, it's hilarious and you'll laugh your butt off! I highly recommend it. Who doesn't love a crazy grandma and poor people?

>Song: The weirdest songs came with my Itunes when I got my new computer and I just discovered the beauty of one of them. I will tag it here because it doesn't even live on YouTube (That's just how cool it is) Sing it as you Please by Shake Your Peace. This is honestly my favorite weird song ever. It might take you a year to actually enjoy it like it took me, but just listen to it once all the way through because the best part is the end.

>Condiment: Sweet Chili Sauce. I discovered Heaven this month and it's name is Sweet Chili. This can honestly go with anything. I dip my chicken in it, put it on sandwiches, put it in my tuna, and even put it in my ramen. It's like belongs on EVERYTHING.

>Meal: The meal preps that I've been making recently deal with smothering chicken in deliciousness. I first cook the bite-sized-pieces chicken up in a pan and then add one of these combinations to the pan to heat up:
            4 lbs chicken, 1/2 C. Hoisin Sauce, 1/4 C. light brown sugar, 2 Tbs. Soy Sauce,                  1 TBS flour
            2 lbs chicken, salt and pepper, 1/2 tsp paprika, 3/4 tsp. onion powder, 2 TBS each               honey, balsamic vinegar and ketchup, 1 tsp minced garlic

>Book: I read another mystery this month: See Jane Run. And it was SO good! Every page had me going WHAT? WHAT?WHAT?WHAT?WHAT? It is definitely a page turner that you won't be able to put down. And the end had me slightly devastated. But I guess that's the quality of a good book: one that makes you feel all the feelings for the characters. It does have some language so if you're like me and mostly stick to LDS authors then this is just a BIT risque. 

What are your favorites this month??

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