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A Sick Treat

31 May

“The Cold.” No, not the weather/ temperature kind of cold, the sickliness of “the cold.” You know what I mean. It doesn’t have a fancy name like Swine, Strep, or Phenomena. It’s just “the cold.” Sore throat, headaches, stuffy nose, and the overall crappy feeling. I had been sick for a week and had only been able to eat crackers, gatorade, and other things sickly people eat. I needed something delicious. Anything. Now was the time for some real food. I wanted all my favorites; Free Range Grilled Chicken, sautéed squash, and mac & cheese.

Trying to make everything done at one time, I prepared the Mac & Cheese first. It’s super easy to make and delicious!

Here’s what you’ll need:

3 tablespoons butter
2 cups dry macaroni
4 cups milk
1 block sharp cheddar cheese, grated (or about 4 cups)
salt and pepper

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Here’s how you make it work:

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Spray  a large dish with nonstick cooking spray.
  • Put butter into the dish and set it in the oven as it preheats.
  • When the butter is melted, take the dish out and add macaroni. Stir it up until the macaroni is coated.
  • Add the milk, cheese, salt, and pepper. Stir and make sure ingredients are evenly distributed.
  • Bake at 400 for 45 minutes. Stir at least once while it’s baking.

Once that was all squared away, it was time to start the chicken.

Here’s what you’ll need:

1 pack of Free Range/ Organic Chicken

olive oil

salt and pepper 

Here’s how to make it work:

  • First, you’ll need to wash the chicken well. Dry with a paper towel.
  • Measure out a cap-full of olive oil and spread over the chicken breast.
  • Lather/ massage the oil onto both sides of the chicken specimen.
  • Sprinkle a bit of salt and pepper onto each piece of chiken and continue to work it in.
  • Place on a skillet pan at medium heat.
  • Cook until all the pink meat is gone.
  • Add spices to taste.

Once you’ve got the hang of that, you can go ahead and start sauteing the greens.

All you need is some green and yellow squash. It’s rather simple. Just cut them up into small circles, throw them on a skillet at medium heat, add a dash of olive oil, and cook until floppy.

Now originally, I wanted to put some bacon in the pasta. But by the time I go to it, it was almost done. So, trying to incorporate it’s deliciousness, I made the executive decision to put it in the squash! And boy oh boy, that is some gooooood eatin’!

Finally, it was all done. It took me a good 2 hours, but I finally finished. And it was well worth it! A perfect sick treat. Give it a try at home!