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Walk Through The Bible In One Year
Week 17 reading plan per day
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday 1 Chronicles 1-2 , Tues 1 Chronicles 3-5,
Wed 1 Chronicles 6-7, Thursday 1 Chronicles 8-10,
Friday 1 Chronicles 11-17 ,
Saturday 1 Chronicles 18-23,
Sunday 1 Chronicles 24-26
Blessings as you read!
On Monday I posted my favorite recipe for Barbecue Pulled Chicken Sandwiches. Have you made them yet? They are oh-so-good. However, I am a one-time eater. I just don’t like left-overs, even when they are as good as the BBQ chicken. BUT, on the other-hand, I don’t like to throw away food or waste it. That leaves me regularly looking for new and exciting ways to use up a little bit of this or a little bit of that. What do you do with leftover pulled chicken? For me … BBQ Chicken Pizza! Oh my word …. yum!
This shredded BBQ came from my recipe BBQ Pulled Chicken. It is the easiest and best BBQ I have ever made. The shredded BBQ chicken is an excellent topping for pizza.
We prefer think pizza crust. I like making homemade crusts, but recently my Chief Culinary Consultant found these at Costco and said, “honey, lets give these a try!” Who am I to argue? — after all these sure look easy to use. So we bought a package and took them for a spin! My very sweet CCC was right in suggesting this crust. It comes in a sealed package, already half-baked. It stays on the shelf until opened the first time. There are four crusts in each package. I made two pizzas and froze the other two crusts for another day. Instead of marinara sauce, I used a little bit of BBQ sauce followed by a layer of thinly sliced mozzarella cheese, sliced red onions, and of course the shredded chicken.
After a quick bake of only about 10 minutes this dinner was ready to serve. My sous-chef dish-washing mom was very surprised and really pleased at first bite! She exclaimed, “Catherine! this is delicious!” (I just love that :) The Chief was another thumbs up. He took the first bite quickly followed by “WOW this is really good!” I know, did he think I was going to serve him something yucky? The pizza disappeared quickly and we continue to sing praises for a change of pace by eating the BBQ chicken pizza. I served a few leftover pieces for lunch two days later and they were still bursting with flavor. It’s a great change of pace for pizza and for me — it certainly doesn’t taste like “leftovers!”
Many Blessings and Happy Cooking!