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 have three challenges everytime I think about making dinner. One kid is crazy
picky, hates most meat and loves dairy. The other loves food, especially meat,
but is allergic to milk and eggs (peanuts and shrimp too). I love butter,
bacon and cheese but that's irrelevant. I have moderate skills in the kitchen,
so whatever I cook needs to be easy-ish. And fast. Because, if left for too long
to their own devices, someone gets hurt. My kitchen is tiny.  My goal is always
to make the same dinner for everyone with at least one thing on the plate that
appeals to everyone. Oh wait, that's more than three challenges.


Moving
on.

So, excluding spaghetti night, I usually
succeed in making everyone happy about once a week. Which is totally fine with
me. This week it was apricot chicken that brought us together in happiness. And
while Mr. Pants rejected the chicken meat itself, he drowned his rice in the
sauce and licked his fingers clean. And...Read More

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