Boneless Chicken Recipes – Easy & Quick To Prepare!

These boneless chicken recipes are easy, quick and delicious. Just check these out and I'm sure you'll be amazingly surprised.

So put your hat on and get ready for some quick easy boneless chicken recipes:

>> Honey Only Chicken Muffins

1 c Unbleached flour

1 c Cornmeal

1 tb Baking powder

1 tb Mustard – dry

1/2 ts Baking soda

1/2 ts Salt

2 c Skinless boneless chicken Breast – cooked / chopped

1 c Buttermilk at room Temperature

1/4 c Applesauce at room Temperature

2 Egg whites whipped

2 tb Honey

Preheat oven at 350. Prepare 12 muffin tins with cooking spray and flour. In a mixing bowl, combine flour, cornmeal, baking powder, mustard, baking soda, and salt.

In a different mixing bowl, combine chicken, buttermilk, applesauce, egg whites, and honey. Mix wet ingredients with dry ingredients just until moistened. Use an ice cream scoop to fill muffin tins 3/4 full. Bake for 20 minutes.

Here is another recipe that is very tricky but very easy to prepare. Just check it out, you'll definitely like it.

>> Boneless Chicken With Pimento's

1 c Cream of chicken soup

2 T Oil

1/2 cn Milk

1/2 c Grated cheese

2 T Mustard

1 Box of broccoli spears

2 T Chopped pimento

Brown boneless chicken in oil. Add soup, milk, grated cheese, mustard. Then add broccoli and pimento Cook 2 minutes. Serve over rice.

In a different mixing bowl, combine chicken, buttermilk, applesauce, egg whites, and honey. Mix wet ingredients with dry ingredients just until moistened. Use an ice cream scoop to fill muffin tins 3/4 full. Bake for 20 minutes.

That's it for today! If you want more boneless chicken recipes just check below:



Source by Nathalie Sanders

Vegan Breakfast Recipes – Easy and Delicious Breakfast Recipes

A common misconception held by many individuals is that a vegan diet is lacking in nutrition and variety. Many apparently believe that meat and animal products must be in a diet to help them sustain a healthy life filled with tasty food, but that is certainly not the case.

There are many variety-filled vegan recipes out there for all meals during a day. Some of the most simple and scrumptious are vegan breakfast recipes, which use absolutely no animal products on the path to making a nutritious, wholesome and delicious meal to start the day.

One simple vegan recipe is for blueberry pancakes, an all-American breakfast table staple. To make this dish, simply combine two cups unbleached white flour, three tablespoons sugar, three tablespoons baking powder and one teaspoon salt together in a large bowl. Add two cups vanilla soy milk and three tablespoons canola oil to the dry mixture and stir it all together until the batter is smooth. To one side prepare a bowl full of 1/2 cup frozen or fresh blueberries. Ladle the batter onto a hot pancake griddle or skillet, adding blueberries to the top immediately. Cook two to three minutes per side and serve warm.

Another recipe is a vegan take on potatoes and bacon. To make a potato and "bacon" hash, dice four medium white potatoes, place them into a pot, cover them with water and bring them to boil over medium heat. Allow them to boil 10 to 15 minutes, then drain and rinse them with cold water. While the potatoes cool, heat 1 tablespoon of olive oil over medium heat in a small skillet. Add 8 ounces of tempeh that has been cut into 1/2 inch cubes, along with 1 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce and 1 1/2 tablespoons liquid smoke. Cook the mixture until all liquid has been absorbed, then flip the pieces of tempeh over and sprinkle with the remaining soy sauce and liquid smoke. Cook until the tempeh is crispy. Finally, heat three tablespoons olive oil in a large skillet, then add one diced onion and the potatoes to the hot oil. Cook approximately 10 minutes before stirring in the tempeh, salt and pepper. Serve hot.

Being vegan does not have to limit a person's food choices at all. With a little research and time, anyone can cook delicious vegan breakfast recipes to start their day off on the right foot.



Source by Vanessa Celic

Top 3 Cracker Barrel Recipes

Cracker Barrel Chicken And Dumplings Recipe
Chicken and Broth

3 quarts water
1 3-4 pound chicken cut up
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1 small onion sliced
2 stalks celery, chopped
1 clove garlic, peeled and quartered
1 bay leaf
4-6 whole parsley leaves
1 teaspoon coarsely ground black pepper
1 tablespoon lemon juice

Dumplings

2 cups all purpose flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 1/4 teaspoons of salt
1 cup plus 2 tablespoons milk

1. Bring the water to a boil in a large pot. Add the chicken, 1 teaspoon of salt, onion, celery, garlic, bay leaf, and parsley to the pot. Reduce the heat to simmer and cook the chicken, uncovered, for 2 hours. The liquid will reduce by about one third.

2. When the chicken has cooked, remove it from the pot and set it aside. Strain the stock to remove all the vegetables and floating scum. You only want the stock and the chicken, so toss everything else out.

3. Pour 1 1/2 quarts (6 cups) of the stock back into the pot (keep the leftover stock, if any, for another recipe-it can be frozen). You may also want to use a smaller pot or a large saucepan for this. Add coarsely ground pepper, the remaining 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and the lemon juice, then reheat the stock over medium heat while preparing the dumplings.

4. For dumplings, combine the flour, baking powder, 1 1/4 teaspoons salt, and milk in a medium bowl. Stir well until smooth, then let the dough rest for 5-10 minutes. Roll the dough out onto a floured surface to about a 1/2 inch thickness.

5. Cut the dough into 1/2 inch squares and drop each square into the simmering stock. Use all of the dough. The dumplings will first swell and then slowly shrink as they partly dissolve to thicken the stock into a white gravy. Simmer for 20-30 minutes until thick. Stir often.

6. While the stock is thickening, the chicken will have become cool enough to handle. Tear all the meat from the bones and remove the skin. Cut the chicken meat into bite-size or a little larger than bite-size pieces and drop them into the pot. Discard the skin and bones. Continue to simmer the chicken and dumplings for another 5-10 minutes, but do not stir too vigorously or the chicken will shred and fall apart. You want big chunks of chicken in the end.

7. When the gravy has reached the desired consistency, ladle four portions onto plates and serve hot. Serve with your choice of steamed vegetables, if desired.

Source: Cooking Cache.com

Cracker Barrel Biscuits
8 servings

2 c Bisquick
2/3 c Real buttermilk

1. Work together Bisquick and buttermilk to smooth dough. Dip hand in just enough Bisquick to kneed dough in bowl until smooth and elastic.

2. Shape dough into 16 thin patties, placing 1 atop another forming 8 biscuits in greased 93 round baking pan. Bake at 450 16 to 18 minutes or until golden. Wipe tops at once in
butter. They split easily because of the way you formed them with the 2 pieces.

3. To make BONANZA Copycats, add 4 ts sugar. Shape into 6 patties, 13 thick, 33 round. Place close together in greased round baking pan. Wipe tops in soft butter. Bake 450 18 minutes or until brown.

4. Cool 10 minutes before serving. Split with thumbs instead of cutting with knife. These do not keep well. Right out of oven wipe tops again with dabs more butter to keep
surface soft and tender.

Source: Gloria Pitzer's Secret Recipes

Cracker Barrel Hash Brown Casserole Recipe
8 servings
2 pounds Frozen Hashbrown Potatoes – thaw
1/2 cup Margarine – melt
1 teaspoon Salt
1/2 teaspoon Black pepper
1/2 cup Onion – chop fine
1 can Cream of chicken soup
2 cups Colby Cheese – grate
1. Preheat oven at 350 F. Spray a 9×13 baking pan with non-stick cooking spray.
2. Gently mix in the potatoes and pour into prepared pan or dish.
3. Bake uncoovered at 350 F for 35 minutes.
Source: cdkitchen.com



Source by Jake R Kelly

Two Chia Seed Protein Pudding Recipes

I was introduced to chia seed pudding a few years ago and instantly fell in love. A healthy alternative to regular pudding? Yes, please! I love "healthifying" my favorite foods that are not so healthy for you so this was right up my alley. I tried a few chia seed pudding recipes and started to develop my own. Most of the recipes I found did not have protein added to them so I decided to boost mine with protein. Chia seed protein pudding packs a healthy punch. It's loaded with healthy nutrients which makes it a great option for either breakfast or a healthy dessert.

Chia Seeds are a good source of plant based omega-3s, fiber calcium and iron. They also have small amounts of phosphorous, manganese, potassium and copper. I love their "crunchy" texture. They almost remind me of tapioca but they're much healthier for you.

Chia seeds can be eaten raw or cooked. I recommend eating them after they've either been soaked (like in a pudding recipe) or cooked because these seeds expand once they've been hydrated. Eating them dry can lead to them expanding in your throat which may give you a slightly weird feeling. One of the big benefits is the fiber content which will help give you a feeling of fullness leading to better satiety.

Chia Protein Pudding Recipe 1: Vanilla, Almond + Coconut

Serves 4:

8 T Chia Seeds
2 C Almond Milk (or milk of choice)
2 T Madagascar Vanilla Extract (I love this vanilla extract because of it's deep flavor.)
4 T Shredded Coconut (plus a little extra to sprinkle on top)
2 T Maple Syrup (or honey)
4 Scoops Protein Powder (I used grass-fed whey vanilla but you can use your favorite animal or plant based protein powder – about 20g per scoop)
4 T Almonds
* If you like a creamier taste, use vanilla flavored almond milk or toasted coconut almond milk by Califia farms to get a richer taste.
How To:

– Mix seeds, almond milk, vanilla extract, coconut and maple syrup until fully combined.
– Add in protein powder and mix in with a whisk to break it up. Keep mixing until you do not have any clumps of protein powder in mixture.
– Pour evenly into 4 cups and place in refrigerator for about 15 minutes.
– Take out of refrigerator and give each chia seed protein pudding a stir to make sure the chia seeds are fully incorporated (sometimes they're sink to the bottom).
– Return to refrigerator and let sit for a few hours or overnight until mixture has become pudding or gel like.
– When ready to eat, sprinkle almonds and extra coconut on top and enjoy.

Chia Protein Pudding Recipe 2: Double Chocolate Cacao

Serves 4:

4 Scoops Chocolate Protein (animal or plant based)
4 T Cacao Nibs (plus extra to garnish)
4 T Chocolate Covered Hemp Seeds (you could use semi-sweet chips but you will not get the benefit of the hemp)
2 T Maple Syrup or Honey
8 T Chia Seeds
2 C Almond Milk
* If you like chocolate + peanut butter, add 1 T of peanut butter (or almond butter) to the mixture for that chocolate + nut flavor.

How To:
Use the same how to instructions as above for the Vanilla, Almond, Coconut pudding.

Once the pudding is finished, sprinkle cacao nibs on top and enjoy!

I make these recipes often for breakfast because they're an easy make ahead meal prep option. Then you can eat quickly or grab and go before heading out the door. I also enjoy them as a snack or healthy dessert if I'm craving something a little sweet. Enjoy them however you like and feel free to get creative with the recipes as you see fit.



Source by Margot Rutigliano

Tips For Creating the Best Potluck Recipes

The best potluck recipes are recipes that have history. While there is nothing wrong with adding a new recipe to the mix every now and again, when you hold potluck dinners your guests will want the tried-and-true favorites. Because of this, it's always fun to bring along the recipe someone is sure to ask for it.

Ask The Hostess: Before you assume you should bring this dish or that dish, ask the hostess. There's nothing like surprising your hostess, but you need to make sure you do not bring the same dish as someone else.

Preparing Potluck Recipes: The best potluck recipes are prepared just hours before you attend the event. For example, crock pot chili can be made the day before, and reheated at the potluck, but you do not want food to be days old. You want to showcase your best recipes.

However, if you are making something that must be chilled for several hours, make it the night before. Do not take chances. Guests will not gravitate toward a gelatin mold that did not set or a frozen dessert that is not frozen.

Signature Divorce: The hostess and other party-goers who know you will recognize your signature dish. If you generally bring potato salad to an event and it always disappears, do not mess with perfection. Bring potato salad. Your fellow guests will be expecting it.

Use Fresh Ingredients: Because you want your recipe to be as appealing as possible, it's important to purchase fresh ingredients for your dish. A vegetable tray that has seen better days will not be the hit of the party, but a vegetable tray that's covered in fresh veggies with plenty of temptation dip will disappear fast.

Bring Insulated Containers: Casseroles that should be served hot should be brought in a dish that keeps them hot. Purchase an insulated carrying case that will keep the dish hot until it's served, or use a crock pot as your container and then reheat it as soon as you arrive at the party.

Keep Cold Dishes Cold: If your potluck dish should remain cold, then by all means bring along a larger container and ice. Place the larger container on the table, add a few ice cubes and then set the dish with the food in it on top of the ice. Leave enough room to slide ice cubes between the two containers. If packed with ice in this manner, the dish will remain cold for several hours.



Source by Helen Polaski

Best Home Coffee Maker – Does It Really Make A Difference?

Does it really matter which coffee maker you use to make the best cup of coffee? Believe it or not, it actually does. Since there are so many different types of coffee drinks that people enjoy on a regular basis, there have been a lot of additions to the variety of coffee makers that are available.

Before, pretty much the only type of coffee maker that was used, was your standard coffee maker that had a decanter and you would insert a coffee filter in the top, add water and then brew your coffee. While these types of coffee brewers are still used, there have been quite a few additions to just the basic coffee pot.

One of the most popular coffee machines now is the single serve brewer. These units have made it very convenient for people when they are just wanting to make a single cup of coffee without much hassle or clean up. Even though these single serve machines have made enjoying your favorite cup of coffee so easy, the process of choosing which one is the best for you can be a little overwhelming because there are so many. So how do you decide which brewer is the best for you and does it matter?

Yes, it does matter and one of the first things you need to decide on is the type of coffee drinks that you are going to be making. Are you going to be making only coffee, or are you also looking to make espresso, lattes, cappuccino, and teas? This decision alone will help you decide on what the best unit is going to be for you. If you enjoy having different types of coffee drinks, then most likely it would be more beneficial to decide on a single serve machine that will be able to make any variety that you like whenever you want to.

There are a lot of factors that go into making a quality cup of coffee. Some of the factors include water brewing temperature, water saturation spout, the pressure valves when you are making espresso and the time that the water is able to mix with the coffee. These are just a few of the factors that make each coffee brewer different and therefore is what makes the quality and taste of the coffee different depending on which machine you are using.

Today, many people will have a couple different coffee makers to use, so they are able to make the amount of coffee that is needed. If you are entertaining friends & family, then it might be better to use a larger coffee maker so you are able to make larger quantities of coffee all at once. However, if for example you are just going to be making coffee for yourself after dinner, then it would then make more sense to use your single brewer so you are not wasting a pot of coffee.

If you take some of these recommendations into consideration and look at how you are going to be using your coffee maker the most, then you will be able to get a better idea of what unit will most likely work the best for you.



Source by Erek Mathews

Great Tasting Pound Cake Recipes

Pound cake is comfort food. It reminds of us of cozy afternoon at home with mom or grandma and the aroma fills the entire room with warmth and anticipation. Buying a cake right out of the bake shop is an option but what makes this extra special is when one painstakingly follows the instructions to the detail and constant practice to come up with the best pound cake recipe.

Texture of the Best Pound Cake Recipe

Pound cake is great when it is slightly moist. A pound cake that's dry is a little hard to swallow but one that has the right consistency and texture is a perfect match with tea, coffee or any cold beverage. When following a recipe to the detail, make sure that the best cake recipe that one has margarine, white sugar and both self-rising flour and all-purpose. These ingredients if mixed correctly and in the right amounts could make a perfectly delicious, heavenly moist cake.

Instructions of the Best Pound Cake Recipe

Contrary to what one might think, a cake is reliably easy to make. Unlike other pastries that would require one to preheat the oven, that is not necessary with the cake. However, one must grease the pan where the cake will be baked to make sure it keeps its shape once it's baked and transferred to another container and to make sure that the cake does not stick.

In a large bowl, margarine has to be creamed with shortening and sugar until these ingredients are fluffy. The best cake recipe will not distinguish between the different methods of creaming these ingredients but the best way would be to use an electric mixer. One then has to beat in the flour and milk but alternately until very well incorporated. The flour mixture is a combination of both all-purpose and self-rising flour, divided.

Once the batter is ready, this mixture is ready to be poured into the grown baking pan. Baking time is an hour and fifteen minutes and the oven's temperature has to be three hundred and fifty degrees Fahrenheit.

Advantage of Finding the Best Pound Cake Recipe

A pound cake can be used for any occasion and it's a sure favorite. The best thing about this cake is that with a little decoration and icing, it transforms into a beautiful cake that's not only delicious but perfect for all types of gatherings. Overview

Pound cake is comfort food. It reminds of us of cozy afternoon at home with mom or grandma and the aroma fills the entire room with warmth and anticipation. Buying a pound right out of the bake shop is an option but what makes this extra special is when one painstakingly follows the instructions to the detail and constant practice to come up with the best pound cake recipe.

Texture of the Best Pound Cake Recipe

Pound cake is great when it is slightly moist. When it's dry, it is a little hard to swallow but one that has the right consistency and texture is a perfect match with tea, coffee or any cold beverage. When following a recipe to the detail, make sure that the best cake recipe that one has margarine, white sugar and both self-rising flour and all-purpose. These ingredients if mixed correctly and in the right amounts could make a perfectly delicious, heavenly moist cake.

Instructions of the Best Pound Cake Recipe

Contrary to what one might think, a pound cake is reliably easy to make. Unlike other pastries that would require one to preheat the oven, that is not necessary with the cake. However, one must grease the pan where the cake will be baked to make sure it keeps its shape once it's baked and transferred to another container and to make sure that the cake does not stick.

In a large bowl, margarine has to be creamed with shortening and sugar until these ingredients are fluffy. The best cake recipe will not distinguish between the different methods of creaming these ingredients but the best way would be to use an electric mixer. One then has to beat in the flour and milk but alternately until very well incorporated. The flour mixture is a combination of both all-purpose and self-rising flour, divided.

Once the batter is ready, this mixture is ready to be poured into the grown baking pan. Baking time is an hour and fifteen minutes and the oven's temperature has to be three hundred and fifty degrees Fahrenheit.

Advantage of Finding the Best Pound Cake Recipe

A cake can be used for any occasion and it's a sure favorite. The best thing about this cake is that with a little decoration and icing, it transforms into a beautiful cake that's not only delicious but perfect for all types of gatherings.



Source by Kenny Leones

How To Create an Easy Menu Bar in Google Blogger

How to Create an Easy Menu Bar in Blogger

I've been chatting back and forth with a blogger comrade this weekend because she had some questions about how to better organize her blog for her readers. Specifically, she wanted to be able to create a menu bar so readers could easily find posts she has written on specific topics. There are a couple ways to do this, but the easiest way is to put your Blogger Labels to work for you.

If you have been involved with website or blog creation at all, you have probably come to realize that Google is about as difficult to crack with regard to SEO tips and tricks as a Rubik's Cube (note: if you have ever cracked a Rubik's cube, just leave now. I am not smart enough to be in your vicinity. You should be worried about getting dumber by the second. So, off with you.) However, by piecing bits of information gathered from various sources, I have found that the Labels in Blogger do not do a whole lot with regard to SEO. Having 25 labels per post thinking they act as keywords for Google search optimization, probably is not going to help too much with search engine rankings. It can help with the internal organization of your blog by making it easier for users to find specific types of content, but will not make you the number one listing on Google for that term.

This was a major bummer for me, because I thought if I just typed in "Super Awesome Blog" in my Blogger Label box, anyone Googling super awesome blog would unduly find me. Not so. So sad. I will never be Super Awesome (crying in my win … er, coffee). But, they are very useful in getting people to find topical content in your blog, especially when used consistently. So let's create a menu bar from your Labels to maximize their effectiveness and usefulness internally.

Step One: Create a Master Labels List

Come up with a list of 5-7 words (ie Master Labels) that describe your posts. For example, any post I write that is about what is on my mind, my thoughts, my personal experiences gets the label "Martini Musings". Anything that involves my family gets the label "The Monkey House". Recipes get labeled "Recipes" etc. You can add additional labels to each post as well. For instance, I will label this post "Mo 'Bettah Blogging" (from my Master Label List), but I may also include "Labels, Menu Bar, How-To, and Blogger Tips" when I define my labels for this post. Not so much because I hope it will help with Google search indexing, but because it might help you as the reader find this post based on those search terms if you do an internal site search.

Step Two: Edit Each Existing Post

Once you come up with a concise list of topics that your posts can be categorized by, go through and edit your existing labels in each post to include one or two of these "Master Labels". You can create labels for each post by adding them to the "Labels" section under the Post Settings located to the right of your post editor. (Heh? I'm Lost. Help! … When you're writing a post, look to your right. ).

Step Three: Add The Label Widget (if you have not already)

Now that all your posts are categorized by the 5-7 terms or topics that represent your "Master Label List", you want to add a Labels Widget to your layout. Go to Layout, and "Add a gadget" (it does not matter where, because we'll be moving it).

Choose the Labels gadget.

Step Four: Edit The Labels Gadget

You will be given a couple options to customize the gadget. Choose the radio button that says "Selected Labels" and then click "edit". All the labels you have ever used will come up in a list. Check the box next to the labels used in your Master List ONLY. You see I only have 7 out of 89 labels checked. ALSO Make sure you check the radio box for "List" Rather than "Cloud". Click "Save".

Step Five: Move The Gadget

Now you'll want to customize the location of your gadget. Since we're creating a menu bar, you'll want to bring it to the top, right under your heading.

Save your arrangement, and view your blog. You should see a menu bar right beneath your header with the "Master List" of labels you created. ** The appearance (font, colors, etc.) Of your menu bar can be customized in the Template Section of Blogger.
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Source by Glory E Thorpe

Guinness Recipes

Do you like Guinness? Do you love eating? Combine both of these by cooking some comfort foods with Guinness. Here's an example recipe:

Welsh Rearbit with Guinness

I was brought up in Wales and learned very early to make a Welsh Rareb, which essentially is a fancy form of cheese on toast (or grilled cheese without the top piece of toast). However, after searching the web I found a recipe for an Irish version of this delightful treat.

While it is similar to cheese on toast, it is far richer and has a more 'liquid' consistency. It is considered, in my opinion, a comfort food, and is a great and healthy snack for kids.

Here's the recipe:

Ingredients

2 tablespoons of butter (or margarine).
2 tablespoons of plain flour (used to thicken).
1 teaspoon of mustard (I use a mild French mustard, but you can use your own favorite).
1 teaspoon honey (not necessary for the recipe, but adds a dessert sweetness).
1/2 cup milk.
1/2 cup Guinness (if you do not have Guinness, any stout will do).
1 cup Cheddar cheese, grated (you can use your favorite cheese).
Salt and pepper.

Cooking instructions

Melt butter and slowly stir in flour, ensuring no lumps form.
Cook on a low heat until it turns slightly brown.
Remove pan from heat and slowly mix in the milk.
Return to heat and stir gently until the liquid thickens.
Add mustard, honey and Guinness.
Cook on a medium heat for 2-3 minutes.
Turn down the heat to low setting and add the cheese, gently stirring until melted.
Spread over toast and brown slightly under a grill



Source by Simon M Cook

The Good Days Are Back

Well, the house may not be completed inside or outside however it sure smells good with Pam’s baked breads. Today she made bread to eat with dipping oil, braided bread and a small pizza. All I can say is good times have returned. For those who may not be familiar with dipping bread it is usually small pieces of bread sliced up to allow one to dip the bread into an oil and eat it in one bit. Generally, you could consider dipping bread to be a sort of flat bread or in some cases you could use normal white bread cut into cubes. I personally prefer the baked flat breads. In this case Pam made fancy dipping bread with spices on it.

The dipping oils used consist of an olive oil base with spices saturated into it. The longer you leave it sit the better it gets. You can purchase multi-containers of dipping spices in stores such as Kitchen Connection, etc. The price of the spices is very reasonable running approximately $6.00 or so. In the cylinder you get several different spice varieties which adds greatly to you enjoyment of the dipping session.

Her other loaf of bread was made into a braided loaf similar to Italian bread or Baggett style. There was no favors (spices) added so it should be excellent for adding some ham and cheese to or for that matter eating it simply with some homemade butter. Any type of homemade bread is usually far superior to the store bought versions. At least you won’t hear me complain.

Her pizza was a simple cheese style pizza with added spices on it. Now, I am not a pizza fan however this pie tasted good. It had some delightful flavor in it and the marinara sauce she used was not harsh as the normal pizza sauce. All in all it came out very good for an experiment. Well worth keeping.

Finally, with all these delightful treats I decided to drink a few glasses of wine, grab my dipping oil and the dipping bread and spend some time on the front porch. It was a relaxing experience and since I will be getting my lawn mower back from the shop late in the afternoon, I will likely postpone cutting the grass until tomorrow. You know what that means, more dipping bread with oil along with a few extra glasses of wine. Life can be so great when you want it to be.



Source by Joseph Parish