Recently I moved to Myrtle Beach, SC with my boyfriend for his job. A few weeks ago we had some friends come and visit us and we decided to go down to the beach and look for shark teeth. We have TONS of them here!
View from our friends hotel room.
The boys hunting.
Then out of no where all these little kids started crowding around them…
Then all these adults started coming over and they had a HUGE crowd around them…
The funny part is the boys didn’t even realize all those people were around them.
Some of the shark teeth we found that day.
View from the SkyWheel
After hunting for the day we all went for a ride on the SkyWheel on the board walk. It has such a pretty view of the beach side at night.
Since that visit David and I have gone back to the beach a few times…
And we have found over 150 shark teeth!
So if you’re ever on the beach in Myrtle Beach look really closely and I promise you you’ll find some shark teeth!
Happy hunting everyone!
Easy Chicken Noodle Soup
1 Rotisserie Chicken (shredded up)
Chicken broth ( 2-32oz containers)
Carrots (as much as you like)
Celery (as much as you like)
Other veggies (optional)
Season to taste
Yield: 6-8 servings
- Find the biggest pot you have, and I mean big. (It needs to be able to hold over 32 oz of liquid.)
- Stick the chicken in the fridge to cool down some before shredding it.
- Start chopping up your veggies while the chicken is cooling off. (bite size pieces)
- Put chicken broth and chopped veggies in the pot and bring to a boil for a minute or two. Then turn down to med-low or low.
- Start shredding up the chicken (Don’t forget to save the wish-bone!) and put all of it into the pot.
- Season (I just use whatever seasonings I have on hand)
- Let cook on med-low until the veggies are done cooking to your liking.
- Cook noodles in a separate pot and enjoy!
I don’t make the noodles until I am ready to eat the soup because noodles don’t freeze very well. After My boyfriend and I have eaten enough chicken noodle soup for one day I’ll separate the soup (no noodles!) into ziploc baggies and freeze. Whenever I’m ready to eat some soup later on, I’ll just take a baggie out of the freezer, defrost it, and throw it into a pot to warm up. Then cook up some noodles to go with it. I guess you could heat it up in the microwave too, but we’re against microwaves in this household. 🙂
If you don’t want so much tasty soup, just cut the amount of everything in half.
Hope you enjoy!