9 Christmas concerts later and still 4 more to go…I’m still enjoying Christmas for Cowboys and This Changes Everything, from Josh’s new CD. I know I’m his wife but his music never gets old to me. Sometimes going to concerts and being busy every evening gets tiresome but never the music! This year we decided that the concerts would be more of a joint effort and that I would be in charge of all of Josh’s merch. I remember when we got married a friend (not so close to me any more) asked me…”Becky what will you do being married to a musician- sell merch the rest of your life?” My answer now is – “Maybe I will and why is that so bad!” I love supporting Josh and getting to hear the many stories of people who’ve connected with his music in a deep spiritual way. This specific CD is a lot about reconciliation and several folks have come up to me after the concerts and commented on their connection to his brokenness. Our hope is that many people would be encouraged to have reconciliation this Christmas season with their family members, friends, and with God! So even though my body is tired from work and post work concerts, I can never get tired of what Josh is doing with his music career. Last weekend I made a special dinner for the band that they all asked me to pass on the recipe for, so here it is- my Aunt Diane’s Curry Chicken Casserole! Hope you like it.
Curry Chicken Casserole
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1 cup light mayo
1 TB lemon juice
1.5 tsp of curry powder
1.5 cups of shredded cheddar cheese
3-4 chicken breast cooked and cut into bite sizes
10 oz broccoli
Cook chicken and broccoli and set aside. Mix soup, mayo, lemon juice, curry, and cheese together. Line a baking dish with the chicken and broccoli. Top with mixture. Spread bread crumbs on top with a small slices of butter on top of everything. Cook at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes.