It’s apricot season. Oh yes, yes it is!
All over Kamloops there are apricot trees dropping their fruit – aaahhhh!!
I love apricots. Love! I grew up with a tree in the back yard and was lucky enough to get to learn the art of canning from my Mom at a young age. I remember standing at the kitchen sink with apricots up to my elbows washing and pitting and shoving them into the hot jars. It turned full circle when she helped me can my own apricots in my own kitchen when I was pregnant with my eldest (actually, I guess that isn’t full circle – that will be when I can for her. Anyhow, I digress.) Oh, wait! No, there is a full circle moment. Here it is…
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I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get a really cool idea or see something that I really like and the follow through is just weak.
But… it’s actually a good thing, because I need reminders that things don’t have to be excellent, nor do they have to live up to the idea I Continue reading (Good Intention) Banana Pops: Kidz in the Kitchen
Now, I will admit that I am not the best housekeeper in the world. I tend to let messes get… well… messy. I’ve been known to just leave things until I really can’t stand it anymore before I clean it up. As such, don’t look too closely at my kitchen floor. I’m a corner-sweeper. You know? The kind of person that just sweeps the crumbs into the corner until the end of the day when I pick up the dust pan and get rid of it? Well, I guess I used to be a corner sweeper.
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There are some recipes in our house that get made over and over and over. This is one of them. It takes a bit of work but you can freeze it or have it as leftovers. This is also a great party food as it makes lots of good eats!
Chicken Enchiladas (makes 10)
8 chicken thighs (boneless, skinless)
chillies (to taste)
hot sauce (to taste)
Cut the chicken into small pieces and fry in a saucepan with chillies and hot sauce. Set aside.
Assorted Green, Red and/or yellow Peppers (fresh or frozen)
½ large Onion (or one small one)
1 tBsp ground Cumin
2 cloves Garlic
Sautee onions in a frying pan with garlic, add the peppers and cumin. Sautee until soft. Add cooked chicken and set aside.
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