Plymouth Area News by Joyce Steiner
Rick Ramsey stopped by the antique store on Monday afternoon. Was very nice to see him. Sounds like he is very busy as usual especially with hog confinement work.
There were a lot of people in the store this week but some of them were selling instead of buying. Need both to stay in business. Bought the cleanest Singer 221 that I have ever seen. Quilters love these as they are portable. If you want a Featherweight, stop by the store.
Bible study met at the United Methodist parsonage on Wednesday evening. We were a small group as several members of the study are currently on vacation. We have only two weeks to go and I was working on readings in Revelation before I started the News. Revelation makes more sense now with some of the explanation in our work book. Have studied it before a very long time ago but do not remember the information about the Roman Empire being explained before. Anyway, hopefully I will have an even better understanding of Revelations by the time we are done.
Jo Webster gave a talk on her recent trip to Africa for the Plymouth Women’s Circle meeting which was held at the PCCC at 7 pm on Wednesday evening. Hostesses were Wendi Mattson, Melody and Charlotte Dorethy. Enjoyed hearing about the trip and seeing the pictures, especially those of the animals.
Spent Friday on the road buying stoneware. Very good friends who have bought from me for years are planning to downsize so asked me to come and look at their things. I bought back several pieces which they originally purchased from me. Now have one of Marion Webster’s bird houses for sale again. Was accompanied by David Moffett who I do shows with. He was a great help as he knew how to get to the house and we had to carry a lot of really heavy stoneware down a lot of steps.
Went to Heartland after we finished the stoneware trip. Visited quite a long time with Gene Douglas, Dot Burdett and Darla Whitford. There are so many people from Plymouth currently at Heartland. If you get to Macomb, why not stop by and visit.
Saturday I worked the store and had a lot of customers. After the store, I worked the chicken and noodle dinner which the Plymouth Women’s Circle sponsored at the PCCC. We had a good turn out and had little food left over. Thanks to all who came out and supported the fund raiser. Thanks also to the many members of the Doddsville church who came over to eat with us. Ray and Kathy Goodell and Larry Naslund, who are stoneware friends, came to eat. Ray and Kathy also attend the Doddsville church.
Invited Ray and Kathy back on Sunday to help me get all the stoneware out of my vehicle. Love good friends!
A recipe for Larry-Chicken Tetrazzini. Only make this if you have a large family or company coming because I have been eating it all week and still have quite a bit leftover!
Put 3-4 chicken breasts, a chopped onion and a teaspoon of poultry seasoning in a slow cooker and cook till done. Shred the chicken. Boil a 16 ounce package of linguine as directed and drain. Mix linguine with 1 cup sour cream, 1 jar of Alfred sauce, 15 oz, a can of sliced mushrooms, salt and pepper. Add the chicken and onion mixture with only enough broth to make the consistency you need. Easy to stir but not soupy. Put in a sprayed 9×13 dish. Cover with shredded mozzarella cheese and sprinkle grated parmesan on top of that. Cover with foil and bake 45 minutes at 300 degrees. Uncover and bake 15 minutes more. Really good!
Have a great week. Heard frogs today and the Dairy Queen is open so spring is here.