TV Review – Survivor Cambodia Second Chance

  
If your a true survivor fan, then your loving this season of Survivor!! Who doesn’t love redemption seasons!! They are soooooo good. I also can’t believe this is season 31 of this show. That really says a lot about it! I am loving the drama this season. I love how Ancor won that last reward challenge, when they REALLY needed it. Moments like that emotionally charge the show. I really hope Spencer can pull off a win, but seems like he’s already running into difficulties. Woo and Joe are so solid in challenges, they will be gone ASAP. I’m cheering for Tasha also! She is such a solid chick. Abi Maria? Well, we know why they are keeping her around! (Always need a bigger target around then yourself! And who would vote for her to win… I won’t be suprised if she makes final 3). Jeremy is solid, but also a threat. Who knows, maybe Keith can pull out a win! Lol! I like how they are currently divided into 3 tribes. I also loved the he-man reward challenge. It was so exciting!! Who knows which way this season will go! I can’t wait to watch and find out! I would rate this show a 7.8 out of 10. 

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Recipe review – Easy supper recipe – Frenchs Fried Onion Chicken

As I have gotten older, and with the responsibility of feeding 3 boys, my cooking skills have definitely improved from what they once were. That being said, I am far from a master chef, and would classify myself as a beginner cook. Normally when I make chicken, I would make shake and bake, or seasoned chicken, but it just wasn’t quite as delicious as I had hoped for. I picked up a container of these French Fried Onions, and made the chicken recipe on the container. Very simple, 1 egg beaten to dip the chicken. The container of the French Fried Onions crushed up with 1 Tbs of flour to coat the chicken after the egg. Cook for exactly 20 mins at 400. So easy!! The best part was, it was incredibly delicious and was more of the flavor I was looking for in my chicken (I am not a huge meat eater.). Tonight I made it with gravy to go along, and potatoes, corn and peas of course, and it was so yummy. I recommend this meal for anyone looking for and easy simple home cooked delicious meal. Thanks for checking out my blog and I hope you enjoy!!

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