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Cooking with Cindy

I chose to cook with my friend and coach Cindy today. First we made Chicken Tomato Basil Tortellini, and then a fun dessert.~Sarah Chicken Tomato Basil Tortellini1 19-oz package frozen cheese tortellini2T olive oil, divided1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch cubes2 tsp. Italian seasoning, divided½ tsp. salt¼ tsp. pepper1 large onion chopped1 […]

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New Ask Sarah

A Facebook friend asked, “When it comes to speaking, is it something you eventually give up on or do you still want/strive to do it? I’m a little torn on how much to emphasize speech with my son, not sure if I should be so insistent on it.” Sarah responded, “Typing is my voice, but […]

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To make good hot soup

“To make good hot soup is what makes me feel cozy on a rainy day in January. This time we all worked together. I am the taster. I judge it to be good enough to share.”~Sarah Sarah’s White Bean and Kale Soup3 15-oz cans white Cannellini beansFresh kale, stemmed and washed32-oz chicken brothOlive oil, chopped […]

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Rainy visit to a mountain shop

Yesterday found a rainy visit to a mountain shop where we admired pumpkins and zinnias. Cindy bought apples and maple syrup. Mom bought pies. Quit trying to grab Cokes because they stopped me with promises of an icy one later. Too long for autism to wait. A good, fun day except for the waiting. ~Sarah […]

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