I love this quote. Being content with what you have really is the key to happiness.
This warms my heart. It is a good reminder to keep going no matter how hard it is. Nothing lasts forever, even sorrow.
This sounds like an odd combination, but somehow it just works. The leftovers can be frozen, but usually this dish is devoured in one night at our house. It has very little prep time so it’s perfect a busy school night. Just add a couple of steamed veggies as side dishes and you can have dinner on the table in minutes.
1 Whole Chicken
30-40 Cloves Of Garlic – peeled
1 Whole Lemon
1 White Onion – sliced
1/8 of a teaspoon each of marjoram, thyme, rosemary, savory, sage, oregano, basil or your favorite Italian seasoning blend
Line the bottom of your slow cooker with onions and garlic
Wash the chicken under cold water and pat dry
Put the chicken over the onions and garlic
Squeeze lemon juice all over the chicken
Season the inside and outside of your bird with plenty of salt, pepper and the Italian seasoning blend
Put lemon halves inside the chicken
Cover and cook on low for 6 hours, checking on it every couple of hours
Place the chicken on a plate and shred the meat away off the bone. Add meat to the broth, the garlic and onions
Thanks for not killing us at birth. Now can we work on equality and accessibility?
This is perfect for soothing a cough or opening up a stuffy nose.
This is an amazing look at the beauty of being different while giving more information about ASD than I got from N’s first doctor appointment.