Normally a Roast Chicken would be reserved for a Sunday Supper. Lately, I can’t tell Sunday from Monday. I do keep track of Fridays, but only because it’s that whole “no meat” on Fridays thing.

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Today is National Tater Day. I gotta tell you, this day could not have come soon enough. I need a break from life in oh so many ways. And what better way to take a time out than with little finger foods.

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Today is National Walk in the Park Day. This day was created to encourage us all to get out, stretch our legs and breath in the fresh air. The day has a whole new meaning in light of current world events. Sadly, everyone can take advantage of a day outdoors.

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Today is National Hot Chicken Day. I gotta tell you, this was not the original recipe chosen for today. I had wanted to share a recipe for Chicken-Fried-Chicken with a Creamy White Gravy. So why the change? Buttermilk isn’t something I keep in the fridge, it’s something I buy only when a recipe calls for it. And I didn’t have any at home. The thought of braving a trip to the market for one recipe just wasn’t cutting it.

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Oh for the good old days, when we could visit a real zoo instead of a virtual one. And any trip to the zoo meant hunting down those carts with giant soft pretzels and warm Churro Sticks.

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Today is National Nevada Day. Nevada, the Battle Born State, was grated statehood during the Civil War. The only other state to join during the war was West Virginia. Although today is National Nevada Day, Nevada actually joined the union on October 31, 1864.

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Sometimes, I cook just for me. When I do, I try my best to avoid making a huge mess in the kitchen. Sometimes that works out, other times it doesn’t.

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