I sure hope the girls enjoy Nightmare on Elm Street.
I'm kidding....they can watch "It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown" over and over again...and of course you cant forget "The Nightmare before Christmas." I have some freaky little kids that enjoy that kind of thing...I guess they do take after their parents a little bit...
And of course we cant forget Trick and Treating! I really wish they were doing it Saturday night here since its land on Sunday this year and its being a school night and all, and some town are, but not ours. I guess I get it though, its not really Halloween unless you do it Halloween night. Still it would have been easier on Saturday, but who am I to change Halloween? And then the day after Halloween will start in on all the Christmas commercials, which I really love! Its gets me all giddy like a little kid again!
Last night I made Mushroom Gravy Pork Chops. This is another recipe I got off of Allrecipes. I've been making this one for years, its so super duper easy. I have added a few things to it to give it a little more umph! So if your feeling lazy and don't want to go to a whole lot of trouble, go with this one, its comfort food and its good!
1 small onion sliced
1 small can of sliced mushrooms, drained (I was actually out of these this time, I could have sworn there was some in the pantry...dangit!)
1 tbs sherry cooking wine
1 tsp garlic powder
Ground pepper, and "Tony"
1-2 tbs olive oil
Heat up your skillet with the olive oil on medium heat. Sprinkle each side of the pork chops with good ole "Tony". Cook each side for about 5 minutes along with the onions. Preheat oven to 350. In a bowl, mix your soups, evaporated milk (you can do less or more depending how thick you want your gravy to be), mushrooms, sherry, garlic powder and ground pepper. Lay your pork chops in a big casserole dish (9 x 13) Pour the mushroom gravy mix over the tops of the pork chops. Bake for 45 minutes.
And there ya go, this is some dang good comfort food right here! Serve with some mashed potatoes (which I did not do because I was to lazy to even peel the darn things) or you could make some creamy macaroni and cheese and corn! Mmm Mmm! Enjoy!
This is linked up with Potluck Sunday