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Anna, one of my kids’ favorite maternal aunts, visited last time while she was in the city. She spent the night with us even though she was staying in a hotel just because I wanted a night of catching up with her while the twins wouldn’t want to let her go. Anna couldn’t say no to the twins. I know because I couldn’t say no to the two of them either. Those identical dimpled grins are something you couldn’t shake your head to. You will just always nod. It’s easier for us though because we’re their parents. But the others couldn’t say no to the charm of those grins.
Anna asked to cook for us and we allowed her to. I accompanied her to the kitchen while the boys and their papa are playing in the living room. I learned that Anna was truly a bit busy lately because of projects here and there. They’re bringing her to different parts of the US just to seal deals. I kind of missed her because she’s one of my younger cousins whom I am close to. And I am glad whenever we have a chance such as that one. That night, we enjoyed a hearty lamb stew that she made along with crusty bread and salad. The lamb stew was so good that I had another bowl after my first. We also had ice cream for dessert just because we wanted to. It was truly an enjoyable evening. A copy of the lamb stew recipe can be found after this page. I hope you will love it!
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Quick Tip: The original recipe here called for rutabagas, but you can change it to potatoes and add herbs.