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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Slow Cooker, Happenings, Prayers

I just found this recipe on All Recipes and it sounds really good; I'm going to have to try it next time I buy some kielbasa. I did read a couple of the reviews (which were all great, but they did suggest cutting the brown sugar in half...just FYI if you're going to try this.)

Island Kielbasa

2 pounds kielbasa sausage, sliced into 1/2 inch pieces
2 cups ketchup
2 cups brown sugar
1 (15 ounce) can pineapple chunks, undrained

Place the sausage, ketchup, sugar and pineapple in the slow cooker and mix together.
Cook on low setting for 5 to 6 hours, until sausage is cooked through.

For more tasty slow cooker recipes visit Sandra

A couple happenings:
Carole from Pea's Corner is hosting her annual Halloween Swap - if you want to participate sign up by Sep 30th!

Overwhelmed With Joy is hosting her 2nd Holiday Cooking Blogger Style recipe exchange on Oct 5th...so get ready to share some great holiday recipes!

And now for some more serious news. A mom I know from a T21 message board just found out yesterday that her beautiful daughter has leukemia. She is having bone marrow drawn today to find out exactly what type it is. This is devastating news for any parent to hear. Please keep Chelsea, her parents and brother, in your prayers as she goes through this treatment. Thank you.

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Jen said...

The recipe sounds wonderful. I love that website. I cannot wait for Overwhelmed with joy's holiday cookin....and my prayers are with your friends child.

annie said...

Hey Michelle,
I was thinking about you this morning and said a prayer for you guys and Joe...
I hope all is well.

tegdirb92 said...

You are in our prayers. Wonderful SCT recipe--yum.

Mike said...

Praying for Chelsea.



amy said...

Will be praying and that does sound yummy

Shannon **Gabi's Mom** said...

The recipe sounds yummy. So glad your spreading the news about Chelsea- more and more prayers reaching heaven.

ChupieandJ'smama said...

My prayers are going out for that little girl and her family. My heart aches for them.

Thanks for the recipe :)

Sniz said...

Thanks for the link to Chelsea's blog. I don't like Kielbasa, but this recipe looks good! Thanks for sharing.

Sue "Sioux" Seibert said...

Prayers for Chelsea.

That recipe sounds delicious.

How's Joe?

Sandra said...

Sounds wonderful Michelle, I love kielbasa :)

I've sent a prayer out for Chelsea and I'm still keeping you, Joe, Kayla and the little munchkin in my prayers too :)


Karen said...

Oh that is so sad re Chelsea. I can't even walk in to a Hospital without feeling like weeping, and that is because it touches my heart so deeply, knowing that there are people going through so much. Will add her to my prayers.

Are you and Kayla off to Lowe's this weekend? We don't seem to have (haven't found it yet!) a place like that over here where the children can make something, it would be so awesome.

I talk often to my husband about Kayla, I was relating the incident with the Kindy peg and her moving it - and telling him how she thinks out of the box, and how wonderful she is. I'm so proud and I haven't even met her!

Anonymous said...

Little Beautiful Chelsea and her family will be in my prayers. It is a road/path no parent wants to take in their walk of life...Love mom/grandma

Deb said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your friend--they'll be in my prayers.

The recipe sounds yummy!

Dana a/k/a Sunshine said...

That recipe sounds good...and most importantly: easy!

Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting :)

Katie said...

My thoughts and prayers are with Chelsea and her Family.

Anonymous said...

I have made this and we loved it. I didn't halve the brown sugar since I like things sweet. :o)

Dori (Aviva's mommy) said...

The recipe sounds very yummy...

And continued prayers for Chelsea.


Renee's Ramblings said...

This recipe sounds great! We'll be trying it out. Will keep you all and your friends dtr in our prayers.

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