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I’m on a quest to find ways to simplify my crazy life, especially the process of feeding my family.  This recipe rocks because of its taste, simplicity AND the fact that can be easily packed into tomorrows lunchbox.  I’m pulling out the muffin tins to put our main course into a neat little package with Mini Tex-Mex Chicken and Cheese…

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I’ll get to the chicken in a minute but first…  For years I have had friends sending off their first born children to college. I have sent gifts and notes of congratulations, but never have I felt compassion for the Mothers and Fathers who now have an empty chair at their dinner table and walk…

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  • Sophia Terra-Ziva - Oh, you got me filled with emotions and wondering what I’ll be doing and thinking when that times comes in our home.
    Sending you my love and good winds to your boy!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks Sophia. It was a wonderful experience. I’m a lucky Mom. I’m sure you are too. Enjoy the ride.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine Leighton - Wonderful writing, Sally! It is our job to launch them and it is a HUGE milestone when they first leave for college. It will be another transition when #2 leaves, though, as I have just experienced.ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks Elaine. I’m anticipating this whole scene again as my second son is a Senior preparing for college next year. We’ll do it four times in all. I’m guessing each will be a little different. Best of luck to your kids!ReplyCancel

  • Jenni - What a beautiful post! Your son looks every inch the collegiate–I know you must be very proud. So glad I stopped in. I hope Paul has a wonderful college career.

    PS Please pass the chicken!ReplyCancel

  • Gwen Forloine - Beautifully written Sally.ReplyCancel

Peach Whiskey Chicken is great for a weekday with family or as a main dish for entertaining.  It’s easy but impressive. Anytime I can throw dinner together in one pan it’s a good day. This one actually takes two pans if you count the potatoes but once you taste it you’ll forget about the clean up effort. I’ve…

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  This Past Fall I had the pleasure of photographing a recipe contest for a local publication Barrington 365. Michelle Van Loon’s recipe was one of the contest winners.  It was also a win in our house.  The smell of her home

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  • Christina @ but i'm hungry - This looks so fabulous… I’m wondering if this might be the perfect thing to use some of the batch preserved lemons I made several weeks back? I think I’ll give it a go. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyCancel

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