When I arrived home from work, I checked on the chicken before heading out to take Sadie to the dog park with Ryan.
Some of you have asked about the liner I use in the crock pot in the past, and it’s awesome and makes clean up a breeze. It is a slow cooker liner made by Reynolds and I buy them at my local grocery store (Publix). Highly recommended!
Our trip to the dog park was full of fetch!
Sadie could play fetch for hours. Ryan and I always wonder exactly how long we’d have to play for her to stop. We’re thinking three hours. (Seriously. If you have a vizsla, or know Sadie, you understand. 🙂 )
I purposely saved this picture for last, because I think it’s super cool:
After an hour or so at the park, we headed home to brave the expired chicken.
Good news! Our expired chicken dinner smelled and tasted great and oh-so-fresh.
“Sell by” date? What “sell by” date? 😉
I didn’t want to take any chances wasting fresh or expensive ingredients on potentially bad chicken, so I stuck to the old stand by of throwing chicken in the slow cooker with chicken broth to cook all day.
We had tasty BBQ chicken sandwiches that didn’t taste the least bit old. Let’s call them mature BBQ chicken sandwiches, shall we? 😀
On the side we had some green goodies.
No Ice Cream???
It’s nights like tonight that I am very thankful we don’t keep ice cream in our apartment because I’m reallllly feelin’ like I could go to town on a pint right about now. Ryan and I both cannot be trusted around ice cream. Between the two of us, we’ve been known to polish off a half gallon in one day… without feeling sick. It’s a gift, I know.
What food can’t you be trusted around?
Aside from ice cream I cannot be trusted around jars of peanut butter. Truth: Ryan hides them from me.