Baking the pasta and chicken together in the oven keeps the chicken so extra moist it squirts! Let a box of generic hamburger dinner do all the work of gathering and blending the spices and providing a bed of creamy comfort.
Heat oven to 350°F.Rinse the mushrooms and pat dry.
- In 10-inch nonstick skillet, melt butter over medium-high heat. Cook mushrooms in butter 3 to 4 minutes, stirring occasionally, until mushrooms are tender. Remove from skillet, and reserve.
- In same skillet, heat hot water, milk, and the seasoning mix and uncooked pasta (from burger-helper box) to boiling. Reduce heat; cover and simmer about 12 minutes, stirring occasionally, until pasta is tender. Then stir in the cream sauce powder (from box) Remove from heat.
- Mix together the corn, beans and mushrooms.
13x9-inch glass or ceramic baking dish with cooking spray. Spread
pasta mixture in baking dish.
brush the chicken with a tiny bit of mayonnaise. Lay on top of
Confederate Major General Patrick Cleburne, may be the only known gay general of the Civil War. In his book Conduct Unbecoming: Gays & Lesbians in the U.S. Military, Randy Shilts wrote of “Cleburne’s intimate relationship” with an aide, Capt. Irving Ashby Buck. Shilts cited as evidence a Cleburne biographer’s statements that the two men had a “very strong” attachment. "Cleburne's relationship with his twenty-two year old adjutant, Captain Irving Ashby Buck, drew the notice of the general's colleagues”. Cleburne's biographer John Francis Maguire wrote that the general's 'attachment' to Buck 'was a very strong one'' Buck himself wrote that the pair were 'close and confidential. I habitually messed with him and shared his tent and often his blankets."
“Among his attachments was a very strong one for his adjutant-general, Captain Irving A. Buck, a boy in years, but a man in all soldierly qualities, who for nearly two years of the war shared Cleburne’s labors during the day and his blankets at night.”
“Cleburne formed an attachment as earnest and true as his own noble nature. Much might be said of this episode – of its romantic beginning and its tragic end; but the story of loved and lost is too sacred to be unveiled to the public eye.”
Let us make that example!