NATIONAL CHICKEN CORDON BLEU DAY – April 4

Each year on April 4th, National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day celebrates a blue ribbon dish that combines chicken, ham, and cheese. The French term Cordon Bleu translates to “Blue Ribbon.” This dish is a take on the popular Veal Cordon Bleu.  It is a flattened chicken breast which is wrapped around ham (or sometimes prosciutto …
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Chicken Cordon Blue Cassarole

This is a family favorite. The crispy topping also works for breading chicken tenderloins. Keto friendly and low carb, you won’t even notice the missing bread crumbs or flour. This cheese chicken dish will quickly make the top of your list for easy weeknight dinner. Ingredients 3 to 5 chicken breasts 1 8oz cream cheese …
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NATIONAL LAWN AND GARDEN MONTH

National Lawn and Garden Month is celebrated each year in April. Lawns and gardens go together. By spring we are all anxious to get outside and enjoy the nice weather and the rebirth of all things green. In most residential neighborhoods making the most out of your outdoor space means adapting to small spaces. Where …
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NATIONAL GARDEN MONTH

During National Garden Month in April, gather up your tools. You have permission to get dirty! Like any other gardener, you’ve spent the last few months paging through catalogs dreaming and planning the next big adventure.  The time has come.  Whether you dream in color, spice or flavor, the all-important pleasure is getting to place those …
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NATIONAL PINK DAY – June 23

National Pink Day is observed annually on June 23rd.  This day is set aside for the color pink and all it represents. First used as a color name in the late 17th century, pink is a pale red color which got its name from a flower of same name. According to surveys in both the …
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