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When I was a kid, I loved reading stories. We had these academic books that contained short stories. We always purchased them before classes started because there’s a need to cover them in plastic so they wouldn’t easily get destroyed. Anyway, one of my favorite stories was about the happiest man on earth and how a sick emperor tried to find him. One of the advisers of the emperor told him that the only way he could ever get well was if he found the happiest man on earth and wear his shoes. So he searched far and wide to find him. He almost gave up until he came across a man resting under a tree. He seemed really happy and was whistling a tune that was so carefree. The emperor asked him the usual questions and confirmed that he was indeed the happiest man on earth. However, when he asked the man if he could have his shoes, the man didn’t have any shoes! He was too happy with his life that having no shoes didn’t really bother him.
I told this story to my niece as we shared some cheesy chicken meatballs. She was so fascinated that she was able to eat most of the meatballs. It was fortunate that I was able to scoop a few to my plate before it was too late. Please check out the recipe for these wonderful cheesy meatballs that might just make you the happiest people on earth!
Recipe courtesy of Confessions of a Confectionista. Image courtesy of Olga’s Flavor Factory.
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