Chicken Philadelphia Cheese Steaks {Slow Cooker}

Chicken Philadelphia Cheese Steaks {Slow Cooker}

Chicken Philadelphia Cheese Steaks are the perfect recipe for your slow cooker and these turned out delicious and satisfying. The chicken turns out tender and juicy IF you use a meat thermometer to test the chicken for correct doneness. Slow cookers are notorious for...

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My 12-year old son is a campfire s'mores wizard. He can make a perfectly toasty, double decker s'more concoction that's a gooey, drippy work of art.  So, when I was trying to come up with a chocolate confection as a treat for my family, S'mores Chocolate Bundt Cake...

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For some of us, there is an actual Soup Season- one of my best friends wonders why I bother to post soup recipes in the summer, "out of season". I know I'm not alone in being someone who loves soup all year-long, but the soup I love has to have variety, unique flavors...

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This recipe for Citrus-Marinated Chicken is super simple and you probably have most of the ingredients on hand. It requires a bit of pre-planning since everything should marinate for at least four hours, but every step is so simple and when all is said and done,...

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Roasted Root Vegetables with Brussels Sprouts and Bacon

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Loss Of A Family Pet – My first Wordless Wednesday

This is my first Wordless Wednesday so I'm going to fudge a little and add some words. Pets. Friends. Loss... especially when you are a 12-year old boy whose first loss is a beloved pet. In this case the loved pet was one of our three laying hens, Scarlett. And my...

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You're all ready for back to school, right? In fact, school has already started for many of you. And I'll bet you stocked up with an arsenal of writing supplies, fashionable school clothes, paper and paperLESS items. Whew! We're set for the year or at least a good...

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