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Hello Friends and Happy Sunday

The beginning of a new week and the 1st sunny Sunday in August was a fantastic day.  Before going to the grocery store my son and I stopped at Cowgirls Creamery in anticipation of eating some hand dipped ice cream made with fresh milk from down the road at Emerson Farms.  Unfortunately we arrived too early in the afternoon so we decided to take a few pictures instead.

Middletown, DE

Emerson Farms has been in existence since 1947, and is less than 5 miles from our house, however, it was the first time I’ve ever stopped.  The recent road construction created a Roundabout which makes it easier to enter Jamison Corner Road where the farm is located.

Emerson Farms in Middletown

I tried to explain to my son how blessed we are to live so closely to an active farm and how fresh ice cream tastes better than anything purchased in a grocery store.

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Got Milk?

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Emerson Farms

 

Thinking about eating ice cream!Fresh Hand Dipped Ice Cream

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Can your milk get any fresher than this?

Emerson Farms

 

Arrived to early…I’ll be back!

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I cook chicken so often that I’m afraid one day we’ll sprout feathers!  We like chicken, it’s quick, easy to prepare, and cheap but sometimes it can be BORING.  Yesterday I came across a recipe by Caramelpotatoes.com and since I had all the ingredients I decided to give it a try.

Ingredients:

1.5 lbs chicken tenders ( I cut up chicken breasts into chunks)

1 egg

1/2 can sweetened condensed milk (I used unsweetened coconut milk)

1 1/4 cups coconut

1 cup bread crumbs or Panko (I used both)

1/2 cup melted butter

Preheated the oven to 400~
Used parchment paper to line baking sheet

Cut up chicken breasts into chunks

Egg and coconut milk on one side
Coconut and Panko on the other side

Dipped chicken into egg/milk mixture

Coat both sides of chicken in crumbs and coconut

Placed chicken on baking sheet covered with parchment paper

Poured melted butter over the top – the next time I will use PAM to save the calories

Baked 15 minutes on each side and then an additional 20 minutes. I could have turned on the broiler to darken but wanted to keep them moist.

Dinner is served!
Tayair was the only one who didn’t like it because he doesn’t like coconut.

I’ve read that adding milk to a foot soak would make your feet softer so tonight I decided to give it a try. While watching my fav show, Common Law and sipping some liquid grapes I put in a half cup of Relief MD Foot Soak purchased from Dollar Tree and a few drops of aromatherapy oil into a foot tub. I filled the tub with warm water and then added a cup of whole milk. The calcium in the milk is supposed to soften the feet and IT WORKS!

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My feet feel as soft as a baby’s bottom!


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