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Three Piece Chicken Dinner SWAP

It’s summer time, and that means it is time for camp.  And if it’s time for camp, then it is definitely time for SWAPS!!! Advertisements

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Fried Rice

As a child, my father was stationed in Japan.  I am not certain if this is where my mother learned to make fried rice, but it was a staple growing up.  This is my take on my mother’s recipe.

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Blackened Seasoning

Are you looking to add a little zing to an otherwise boring meal.  Try putting Blackened seasoning on your favorite fish.  This blend of spices also works great on chicken.  Just mix and store until you are ready to use. 

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Chicken Monterey

I cook with my family in mind – most specifically my husband. He loves just about anything with mushrooms or cheese.  This dish combines both for a great week night meal. 

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Chicken Ole’

Chicken Ole’ is a quick and easy one pot meal that is ready in about 30 minutes.  It satisfies my family’s love for Mexican food with a combination of rice, black beans, chicken and corn.  Served with a side of … Continue reading

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Pasta Primavera

Foods we enjoy as adults depends greatly on what we ate growing up. When my husband and I got married he did not eat many vegetables. This was due to the fact his mother always cooked them until they were … Continue reading

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Slow-Cooker Chicken Stock

If I were to tell you that you could make chicken stock in the slow-cooker while you sleep with ingredients that would usually be tossed in the trash, would you try it?  Well, that is what I am doing today! … Continue reading

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