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Old 03-18-2010, 12:35 AM
 
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I know the older kids use SOS for school, but anyone know what the little ones were watching/doing on last week's episode? It looks like it'd be just up my preschooler's alley. We really limit TV time, but she learns so much so easily that way. I mean, one episode of Ni-Hao Kai Lan and she can count to 3 in Chinese!
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I freaking love this show! :0) I'll admit, I used to be a Duggar critic but this show has really changed my opinion. I am so glad that baby Josie is getting bigger and stronger--I hope she continues improving. I cry every time they show her!

And I'm excited to see the Chicken Etti recipe here. I'm going to have to try it!

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Just in case anyone has seen the latest episode and was wondering how to make Chicken Etti, this is what I've figured out from the watching the show in slow-mo and some internet research (their actual recipe isn't out there that I can tell)...

Chicken Etti:

1 pkg spaghetti noodles (16 oz?)
3 c. cooked chicken
1/4 c. green pepper
1 c. chicken broth
1 lb cheese
1 can diced tomatoes (Ro-Tel?)
1 can cream chicken soup

Boil spaghetti noodles
Melt together tomatoes, soup and cheese
Pour over noodles

From what I've seen from other (different) Chicken Etti recipes, you put it in a greased casserole and bake at 350* from 30-60 minutes (depending on the recipe).

Sounds sinfully delicious... I must be PMSing
I saw this episode last night. I definitely heard Anna say she used a can of Rotel. I liked how they poked fun at Josh for gaining some weight since they've been married. Anyone else think he looks better after gaining some weight... in that episode I thought he was looking very attractive!

Tonight I'm actually cooking something very similar to the Chicken-etti.... PioneerWoman's Chicken Spaghetti.

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SophieAnn, I think I am going to make that too. I have most of the ingredients and if we dont eat it, I can feed it to the freezer for another time. Once I make it a few times, I can tweak it to my family's likes.

I saw more canned stuff going into the etti recipe.

I also think Josh looks better with a bit of weight. He looks more like a man, which he is!

Its good to see this young couple pitching in and helping when its needed. Their baby is adorable!

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Just in case no one knows, there are several episodes up (first one through 7) on TLC, or you can go through Hulu.com to see them as well.

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OK, mamas, I'm going to close this and start the spring thread. And I really want a moment to thank you all soooooooo much for following the "Duggar rules" here on MDC. I'm very happy we were able to continue the thread in a civilized manner and keep it on the boards. Remember, we don't require that everyone agrees but we do ask that everyone be respectful, and you all have done an excellent job on that front. Thank you so much!

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