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Ut.

Yet another meal my children have rejected based on it's looks alone.

Really starting to piss me off. Now I know why my friend Jude quick cooking when her youngest turned 12. They wouldn't eat what she fixed.

I made Crockpot Cream Cheese Chicken. I wasn't too sure about it, but I figured what the hell, give it a try.
I added a half of an onion chopped up instead of onion powder (which I don't have) and at the end I tossed in about a 1/4 cup of white wine and a half a pound of peas (gotta sneak in those veggies somewhere dammit). It's actually pretty damned good. Next time I won't use 6 chicken thighs (as suggested in the dead tree version), it was too much meat. I'm thinking four would be plenty and I'd double the peas. But I threw in what I had. Oh, and next time a handful of chopped parsley I think would go really good.

Good stuff....kids acted like I was trying to poison them.

No food until breakfast! The kitchen is now closed.

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maestrodog
Jun. 28th, 2013 01:36 am (UTC)
LOL. I've heard parents who blindfold their kids at dinner when they serve something new, and say try one bite, then you can take the blindfold off and eat the rest. Sometimes they would do this with familiar things they already knew the kids loved, like regular spaghetti, and then sometimes they did it with new stuff. Usually it worked.
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