This is the wonderful chicken and rice dish that our hostess made for the Spring Fling lunch. The original recipe calls for leftover turkey and I am definitely keeping it on file for Thanksgiving leftovers.
I am making this today and will put up the recipe now. I will let you know if it came out as well as the original!
Many thanks, lovely hostess!
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I know you are. It just occurred to me that if you don’t know me you may think that I cook all the time and when I’m not doing that I am at fundraisers. Patently untrue.
While I do cook or prepare three meals a day for four people (okay, husband makes his own breakfast and lunch – see, I do exaggerate), I am doing laundry, taking . . . → Read More: Are you wondering just what the heck it is that Capability Mom does all day?
We gathered at lovely artist friend’s home (so, so, so beautiful that it defies description except to say it is a perfect, perfect house) today to lunch and chat about the Spring Fling. I was (characteristically) late but (uncharacteristically) really late…on the upside, my hair looked really, really good (it only looks this nice when I have been to the salon and that was way past . . . → Read More: Spring Fling sprung even on such a cold, gray day with a lovely thank you lunch
From today’s Boston Globe – House OK’s casinos, slots
Then, some voices of reason - from Gail Spector – Editor – Newton Tab
from Ruth Balser -State Representative of Massachusetts
and from another TAB article: “slots are the biggest rip-off of all, and an estimated 80 percent of the revenue in gambling comes from slots. Testimony before Balser’s committee by MIT sociologist Dr. Natasha . . . → Read More: Casinos? Two casinos? What ARE they thinking?!