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When my very good friends moved to Pennsylvania, I was devastated. I didn’t think l would ever see them again. It was something that they had to do in order to thrive and grow together, so I was supportive of their decision as a good friend should be. My husband was tired of seeing me mope around the house after they left, so it was only a couple of months before he planned a trip for us to go and see them. He kept it all a secret from me, and I was so shocked I started to cry. I couldn’t pack my bags fast enough when he told me that we were going on a little road trip to see the people I missed so much.
While we were there, we had so much fun. In just the few months that they had been gone, they learned their new surroundings and had so much to show us, including some of their favorite new restaurants.
One of those restaurants was actually run by Amish cooks. They had a noodles and chicken dish, just like this one from NeighborFood that I could have eaten the entire time I was there. I know that the next time we go back, I’m requesting another trip to that location!
Recipe courtesy of NeighborFood. Photo credits go to Amish Wisdom.
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Quick Tip: You could also make this into a turkey noodle dish.