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21 hours ago, NotFundie said:

How is he still so thin if he eats that amount every day for lunch?  That just seems like a lot of food for one lunch...

I don't think that is a lot of food.  It seems pretty normal considering the salad isn't bulk.  

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1 hour ago, BradandJanet said:

Does anybody know what's in Jill's white chicken chili? I made one from a recipe from Allrecipes or Taste of Home. I forgot about it, but my family liked it. 

White Chicken Chili Recipe

Sep 8, 2018 | Recipes | 15 

It’s gettin’ close to chili season here in Arkansas and we’ve already made our first batch of white chicken chili! This is a recipe from our Aunt Bobye that we had a lot growing up. You can make this one on the stove just in time for supper, or ahead of time in the slow cooker (with the slightly altered recipe) with dry beans if you desire! White Chicken Chili goes great with Fancy Cornbread!

 

Ingredients:

2 yellow onions (peeled and diced)

12 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (boiled, save liquid!)

8 (15.5 oz.) cans great northern beans (drained), or 4 cups dry beans (+ 12 cups water)

1 T chili powder

1 T cumin

3 T. worcestershire sauce

2 T. oregano

3 garlic cloves (minced or pressed)

1 (10 oz.) can diced tomatoes and green chilies (or Rotel)

salt to taste

pepper to taste

chicken boullion seasoning (optional, to taste)

 

Directions:

For stovetop: Place diced onions and chicken breasts in pot. Cover completely with water and bring to boil. Once boiling, turn heat down to simmer and cook for 20-40 minutes (depending on if they are thawed or frozen), or until cooked all the way through. Remove chicken and shred or dice, then return chicken to pot and add rest of ingredients. Simmer for about 30 min. then serve with cheese, sour cream and tortilla chips or cornbread!

For slow cooker with dry beans: Rinse dry beans and check for rocks. Place in slow cooker with 12 cups water. Add all other ingredients EXCEPT chicken and cook on high for 6-8 hours, or on low 10-12 hours. About an hour before serving, place chicken breasts in separate pot on stove. Cover completely with water and bring to boil. When water starts to boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook for 20-40 minutes (depending on if breasts are thawed or frozen), or until cooked all the way through. Remove chicken, and shred or dice. Add chicken to slow cooker with as much reserved broth as will fit and let simmer about 30 min. Serve with cheese, sour cream and tortilla chips or cornbread!

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21 minutes ago, ginger90 said:

White Chicken Chili Recipe

Sep 8, 2018 | Recipes | 15 

It’s gettin’ close to chili season here in Arkansas and we’ve already made our first batch of white chicken chili! This is a recipe from our Aunt Bobye that we had a lot growing up. You can make this one on the stove just in time for supper, or ahead of time in the slow cooker (with the slightly altered recipe) with dry beans if you desire! White Chicken Chili goes great with Fancy Cornbread!

 

Ingredients:

2 yellow onions (peeled and diced)

12 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (boiled, save liquid!)

8 (15.5 oz.) cans great northern beans (drained), or 4 cups dry beans (+ 12 cups water)

1 T chili powder

1 T cumin

3 T. worcestershire sauce

2 T. oregano

3 garlic cloves (minced or pressed)

1 (10 oz.) can diced tomatoes and green chilies (or Rotel)

salt to taste

pepper to taste

chicken boullion seasoning (optional, to taste)

 

Directions:

For stovetop: Place diced onions and chicken breasts in pot. Cover completely with water and bring to boil. Once boiling, turn heat down to simmer and cook for 20-40 minutes (depending on if they are thawed or frozen), or until cooked all the way through. Remove chicken and shred or dice, then return chicken to pot and add rest of ingredients. Simmer for about 30 min. then serve with cheese, sour cream and tortilla chips or cornbread!

For slow cooker with dry beans: Rinse dry beans and check for rocks. Place in slow cooker with 12 cups water. Add all other ingredients EXCEPT chicken and cook on high for 6-8 hours, or on low 10-12 hours. About an hour before serving, place chicken breasts in separate pot on stove. Cover completely with water and bring to boil. When water starts to boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook for 20-40 minutes (depending on if breasts are thawed or frozen), or until cooked all the way through. Remove chicken, and shred or dice. Add chicken to slow cooker with as much reserved broth as will fit and let simmer about 30 min. Serve with cheese, sour cream and tortilla chips or cornbread!

1 can of Rotel and 1 T chili powder doesn't seem nearly enough for 12 chicken breasts

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2 hours ago, GeeGolly said:

Third Row Beckie?

Nah. That's Becky with a y and believe me, there's a HUGE difference. 

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1 hour ago, Candy Cane said:

1 can of Rotel and 1 T chili powder doesn't seem nearly enough for 12 chicken breasts

No it is not especially with 8 cans of beans.  Also I would use at least 5 cloves of garlic.

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4 hours ago, BradandJanet said:

This is the one I used: https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/white-turkey-chili/ . I was inspired by Jill's cream soup recipe collection. It's good, especially for garlic fans. Husband and son loved it. 

Wouldn't adding tomatoes make the sauce pink? Also, who is Aunt Bobye, and how tempting would it be to say Aunt Bo bye'?

 "Aunt" Bobye is Bobye Holt. Yes, THOSE Holts.

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1 hour ago, Ohiopirate02 said:

No it is not especially with 8 cans of beans.  Also I would use at least 5 cloves of garlic.

Heck, 5 cloves of garlic is on the lower side of standard when it just comes to a meal for me and Mr Jyn!

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That five course canned dinner story is quite the story! Keep spilling those beans, Jilly Muffin! I will give you all the money making blog hits if you keep up the behind the scenes stories.

Otherwise, if you are trying to make the bbq tuna sound interesting, you are doing a terrible job. 

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2 hours ago, Jynnan tonnix said:

Heck, 5 cloves of garlic is on the lower side of standard when it just comes to a meal for me and Mr Jyn!

Ha I’d use a whole head of garlic for that much chicken. I love garlic.

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21 hours ago, ginger90 said:

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Pops’ BBQ Tuna Fish

Feb 2, 2019 | Recipes | 1 

Yeah, you read right…BBQ and tuna fish! This recipe goes back many years to when my parents had 7 kids ages 7 & under. My mom went to a ladies conference thing out of state for a whole week…which meant my dad (a.k.a. “Pops”) had to cook for all of us kids for the week! lol I remember a few times where the meal had about five courses: canned green beans, canned carrots, canned potatoes, canned butter beans and canned pineapple. We had to eat the first course before moving on to the next, but we did have the option for a side of ketchup to dip everything in.  At one point during the week is when he brought out the tuna…he opened a can (or several), drained it, added some KC Masterpiece barbecue sauce to it, then served it between two slices of whole wheat bread. It was a big hit! I’m not sure if we liked it so much just because it tasted way better than everything else we’d had that week, or if we were so young that the combination didn’t sound strange enough to scare us off from the start and then when we tried it, we just found it appetizing. Either way, it’s continued to be a favorite on the menu all these years! And as was often said growing up, “You can’t say you don’t like it until you’ve tried it!”

BBQ sauce (KC Masterpiece, original)

canned tuna, drain

onions, diced (optional)

whole wheat bread (or saltine crackers)

Drain tuna. Mix a good amount of barbecue sauce with tuna and diced onions. Serve with bread (sandwich) or on saltine crackers. Enjoy!

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notice that in israel's picture, his bib is to the left side of him. guess she didnt want us to see it on him?

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15 hours ago, Marshmallow Mollie said:

That five course canned dinner story is quite the story! Keep spilling those beans, Jilly Muffin! I will give you all the money making blog hits if you keep up the behind the scenes stories.

Otherwise, if you are trying to make the bbq tuna sound interesting, you are doing a terrible job. 

While I believe a father should be able to cook for and feed his children, in the Duggar world that's woman's work. Why didn't MEchelle make a few premade casseroles or crockpot meals before she left for her 'women's conference thing'? Or a soup? Or even leave a box of pasta with instructions? Wasnt 7 kids under 7 around the time MEchelle had her laundry room breakdown? I wonder if the 'women's conference thing' was a reprogramming and she was sent off suddenly? 

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32 minutes ago, PradaKitty said:

Michelle could have prepared a few meals for Jimbob to heat up if she knew she was going to be gone for a week. Of course that would mean she actually cared about her children...

Hahahahahahahaha *snort* hahahahahahahaha!

31 minutes ago, lulu69 said:

While I believe a father should be able to cook for and feed his children, in the Duggar world that's woman's work. Why didn't MEchelle make a few premade casseroles or crockpot meals before she left for her 'women's conference thing'? Or a soup? Or even leave a box of pasta with instructions? Wasnt 7 kids under 7 around the time MEchelle had her laundry room breakdown? I wonder if the 'women's conference thing' was a reprogramming and she was sent off suddenly? 

See my answer above. 

Hahahahahahahaha *snort* hahahahahahahaha. 

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1 hour ago, lulu69 said:

I wonder if the 'women's conference thing' was a reprogramming and she was sent off suddenly?

You gotta wonder these things since Jill specified it was a "women's conference thing" and not just a women's conference :D

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5 hours ago, Oldernowiser said:

The very thought of that combination makes my stomach heave.

Yeah, I like tuna and I like bbq sauce but not together! This is just gross.

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13 hours ago, mynextmistake said:

Okay, i’ve been trying to wrap my head around this for hours — canned potatoes? Who would buy canned potatoes? They taste like wet dog and cost more than fresh potatoes. I can get a five-pound bag of russets at Safeway for like $3, and “fancy” potatoes like red or Yukon gold don’t cost much more than that. Is boiling a freaking potato really that hard? How lazy are these people? 

I didn’t even know that canned potatoes existed, other than the ones that are in Veg-All.

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2 minutes ago, farmgal4 said:

I didn’t even know that canned potatoes existed, other than the ones that are in Veg-All.

Maybe they got the canned potatoes at a food pantry?

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2 minutes ago, DangerousMinds said:

Yeah, I like tuna and I like bbq sauce but not together! This is just gross.

They re-enacted this scenario in a X Kids and Counting episode back in the day. Mechelle and the oldest girls were away for some reason and Boob was left to "babysit" the younger kids. Went as well as you can imagine with highlights such as Jim Bob being unable to make a pony tail despite having eleventy daughters and the infamous BBQ tuna for dinner incident, because apparently that is still the only thing he can cook. And the thing is, that if I recall it correctly, the kids all found the dish pretty revolting so I'm not sure why Jill is singing its praises now. Trying to kiss Boob's arse for some reason?

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53 minutes ago, DangerousMinds said:

Maybe they got the canned potatoes at a food pantry?

Canned potatoes are really a thing.  they are in the vegetable aisle.  Some recipes call for canned potatoes.  I don't buy them though.  But I am not afraid to peel a real potato.

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59 minutes ago, Vaysh said:

They re-enacted this scenario in a X Kids and Counting episode back in the day. Mechelle and the oldest girls were away for some reason and Boob was left to "babysit" the younger kids. Went as well as you can imagine with highlights such as Jim Bob being unable to make a pony tail despite having eleventy daughters and the infamous BBQ tuna for dinner incident, because apparently that is still the only thing he can cook. And the thing is, that if I recall it correctly, the kids all found the dish pretty revolting so I'm not sure why Jill is singing its praises now. Trying to kiss Boob's arse for some reason?

Not just singing his praises either.  Also feeding that crap to her own kids!

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My mom has used canned potatoes to make Eastern North Carolina boiled potatoes for parties.  Its easier than peeling enough potatoes for 20 people and then the potatoes from the can are all roughly the same size. 

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1 hour ago, Ohiopirate02 said:

My mom has used canned potatoes to make Eastern North Carolina boiled potatoes for parties.  Its easier than peeling enough potatoes for 20 people and then the potatoes from the can are all roughly the same size. 

I've used them when I make chicken pot pie. Sometimes it's just easier and I don't think they taste bad.

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48 minutes ago, BitterApple said:

I've used them when I make chicken pot pie. Sometimes it's just easier and I don't think they taste bad.

I would imagine they taste fine in the same way any other canned vegetable tastes fine. As in, on the edge of being overcooked right out of the can, but identifiable as the vegetable you are thinking of and easy to use as an ingredient if the rest of the dish is going to be of the "stew" variety and it's important, for whatever reason, to just have all the ingredients together with as little prep time as possible. There are times and places for such things, and they are not actually repulsive or anything...just not anywhere near the same taste or quality as fresh. But if that's what you are used to, I suppose it could taste pretty fancy and impressive.

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5 hours ago, farmgal4 said:

I didn’t even know that canned potatoes existed, other than the ones that are in Veg-All.

I use canned potatoes on grilled kabobs.  They work out better than fresh potatoes IMO~

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7 hours ago, lulu69 said:

While I believe a father should be able to cook for and feed his children, in the Duggar world that's woman's work. Why didn't MEchelle make a few premade casseroles or crockpot meals before she left for her 'women's conference thing'? Or a soup? Or even leave a box of pasta with instructions? Wasnt 7 kids under 7 around the time MEchelle had her laundry room breakdown? I wonder if the 'women's conference thing' was a reprogramming and she was sent off suddenly? 

Huh. Maybe! We've only heard about reprogramming for kids but maybe these things existed for adults too (well, they do exist - see Josh). But hadn't considered it regarding mothers not respecting their role. And then it was explained by JB to Jill and the other kids at the time as a "women's conference."

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Gothard/IBLP had (maybe still has) Women's conferences that are akin to Journey to the Heart. The only group that didn't have conferences in Gothardism were men (there is JTTH for young men). 

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Wasn't there an episode last season where Jim Bob made his BBQ tuna for Jeremy to try? Jinger kept saying how she really liked it. Though maybe they all liked it because it was Jim Bob's go to meal when Michelle was away and they needed sustenance. 

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9 hours ago, Misslindsey said:

Wasn't there an episode last season where Jim Bob made his BBQ tuna for Jeremy to try? Jinger kept saying how she really liked it. Though maybe they all liked it because it was Jim Bob's go to meal when Michelle was away and they needed sustenance. 

Seriously, if he can't cook couldn't he pick up a few rotisserie chickens and sides from the grocery store.  Or he could ask his mother for help.  He didn't have a problem with asking her to do mountains of laundry, so what's a little cooking?  Also, there's always good ol' Micky D's or Chik Fil A. Eating canned beans and ketchup is so gross, as is BBQ tuna. I'll bet those poor kids were starving if this went on for a week.

This man is such a douche.

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44 minutes ago, Normades said:

Seriously, if he can't cook couldn't he pick up a few rotisserie chickens and sides from the grocery store.  Or he could ask his mother for help.  He didn't have a problem with asking her to do mountains of laundry, so what's a little cooking?  Also, there's always good ol' Micky D's or Chik Fil A. Eating canned beans and ketchup is so gross, as is BBQ tuna. I'll bet those poor kids were starving if this went on for a week.

This man is such a douche.

I don’t think they had a lot of money then, hence eating everything from a can, I’m sure if JB could’ve afforded McDonald’s or something he would have. 

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43 minutes ago, Puffin said:

I don’t think they had a lot of money then, hence eating everything from a can, I’m sure if JB could’ve afforded McDonald’s or something he would have. 

Also, I don't think that ten or fifteen years ago rotisserie chickens were commonly sold at grocery stores, except maybe on the East/West Coast or really big cities. These days I'm used to seeing them at least at the big chain stores, but it wasn't always thus.

As has been mentioned, they may have been living off a lot of "love offerings" which were likely to feature a lot of canned food.

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Hudson Bay Bread

Feb 4, 2019 | Recipes | 0 

In the summer of 2004, Derick went on a trek at the Boy Scout Northern Tier High Adventure Base Camp in Bissett, Manitoba, Canada. A float plane dropped the group off at a lake where they then trekked and canoed during their adventure. Derick was introduced to Hudson Bay Bread on the trek and it was one of their sustaining foods during the trek. Recently, we were talking about the trip and found a recipe online for the bread so we decided to make some. It’s definitely high calorie and not something you wanna eat every day. But if you’re taking a trek or need some high calorie food to pack for a remote trip, then this recipe might come in handy!

9.5 cups rolled oats, blended

1 cup nuts, chopped or blended

2 cups white sugar

1/3 cup light corn syrup

1/3 cup honey

1 tsp. vanilla (or a bit more if you like!;-) )

2 cups butter or margarine 

Blend oats, one cup at a time. Blend or chop nuts. In bowl, mix all ingredients together. Press into greased cookie sheet (1/2-1″ thick). Bake at 360 degrees for about 8 min. The bread will start to rise a little, so take out and press down with rolling pin or spatula, then bake another 8 min, or until golden brown. Take out and press down again (if you don’t, then it will crumble). Don’t over bake! Cut into pieces while still warm. Let cool and enjoy! 

Note: Although it’s called “bread” it’s more like a soft granola bar. Derick said the Hudson Bay Bread he had was on the thicker side, but with this recipe you can make it a little thinner if you prefer.

Do you enjoy hiking and/or camping? What are some fun places you’ve been? 

Fun Fact: Derick and Dan (his brother) both achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Have you or a family member been involved in the Boy Scouts?

 

 

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Recipe credit: https://www.holry.org/HudsonBayBread (Bissett version)

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27 minutes ago, ginger90 said:

Fun Fact: Derick and Dan (his brother) both achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Have you or a family member been involved in the Boy Scouts?

You think their heads would explode if I left a comment that my niece is in Scouts?

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2 minutes ago, louannems said:

I "wanna" know if they would even allow their own sons to join the Scouts.

I would guess no, especially since there are girls!!  

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1 hour ago, lookeyloo said:

I would guess no, especially since there are girls!!  

I don't think Derick was too pleased once the Scouts said atheists could join and I think letting the gays in was the last straw.  Wasn't Dan employed by the Boy Scouts at one time?  Didn't we speculate that he left that job at least in part because Scouting was no longer banning gay kids and leaders?

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I can't believe I'm saying this, but that was a decent post for Jill. 

A recipe tied to actual people, places and activities.  Credit and a link to the original recipe, with fairly concise instructions and a few additional tips.   No made up "sweet friends" to pawn off the crap on.  A clear and well composed photo. 

Good job, Jill.  And I actually mean that.  

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3 hours ago, louannems said:

I "wanna" know if they would even allow their own sons to join the Scouts.

Trying to read now and can't get past her use of "wanna."🤣

She says the bread is high in calories but doesn't give the exact count?

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5 hours ago, DangerousMinds said:

Trying to read now and can't get past her use of "wanna."

 

I wonder is she actually knows it should be "want to".  I doubt she has had any education in correct grammar and usage.

5 hours ago, DangerousMinds said:

 

 

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