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My Grandma moved away from our hometown when I was just about to finish high school. She had been retired for some time and she and Grandpa wanted to go and experience life somewhere else for a while. They moved South to Florida where it was a lot warmer. They found a community of people that were around their age and that’s where they planted their feet, and where they still live to this day. When they left I was devastated. I went to Grandma and Grandpa’s house a few times a week. They only lived about five minutes from my house by bike. Grandma always would be in the kitchen making supper when I would go after school.
She had some of the best recipes. If I got invited to dinner, I was taking it. She made these chicken and dumplings, very much like this recipe from Spend With Pennies, that were out of this world. I could eat three bowls full back then. I can’t today, but I was a growing child.
When Grandma and Grandpa called and said they were coming hoe for a visit not long ago, I made these for them to remind them of the times when I would come to their house for dinner. They just loved them.
Recipe courtesy of Spend With Pennies. Photo credits go to Gonna Want Seconds.
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