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Sickness Blahs Continue & Recipe

Today is a better day than yesterday was. Went home yesterday and crashed for 3 hours, and then got up and RP’d a little bit on Firan and then played some World of Warcraft. Yesterday I was struggling to stay awake at work. Today that is not so much a problem, very likely thanks to the nap I took.

I don’t normally take naps. Naps and I don’t get along because it seriously messes up my sleep schedule. They also mess up my sense of time, because for me when I go to sleep, when I wake up it’s supposed to be morning. When I take naps and wake up, I figure I’m either up too early, or late for work or something silly along those lines.

Today, the day did not drag as much as it did yesterday. I am awake. I am coherent. I am not on autopilot. I can have conversations. If you tried conversation with me yesterday, I assure you, you would have just gotten the blank look of ‘Buah?’

Tonight, I shall cook for Nancy and Scott. This is the first time I will have cooked for them since living in the house. It is time. I will be making my cheesey chicken, which I’m sure other people have made in different recipes or variants thereof. Plus? I miss cooking. I really miss cooking. Go figure, huh?

Anyway, the recipe is this:

Boneless Chicken Breasts (whole or cut up) – however many you need to feed you and everyone else.
½ - 1 Large Jar of Ragu Tomato, Garlic and Onion Sauce
1-2 Whole Onions – Chopped
American and/or Shredded Cheddar Cheese – I use both, usually.

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.

Place either whole or cut up chicken breasts in a pan suited to your needs – depending on how many breasts you need. Place cut onion pieces around chicken. Smother onion and chicken in Ragu sauce – enough to cover chicken and have some left over after cooked for additional sauce if wanted. Cover smothered chicken in American cheese (and cheddar cheese if desired). Cook for 25-30 minutes or longer if you want browned cheese. Serve.


Nynrose - Lisa Christie
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