When I was growing up, a favorite family meal was my mom’s Spanish Chicken. Sitting together last week, my mom remembered the recipe and I added a few more vegetables and spices.
What we loved then and now is a moist chicken with savory vegetables and rice. The chicken that is ready to fall apart in a delicious sauce.
This is a great recipe to take to potluck dinner or for company. Prepare a day or two ahead of time—it only gets better with reheating.
In M. L. Eaton's, When the Clocks Stopped, Hazel and her husband move into a centuries old English house in Rype-in-the-Marsh. Hazel begins to see ghostly images of another woman. When both women are threatened by the violence of smuggling rings, they unite across time.
“So we are having this conversation in timelessness? How can that be?” Hazel asks.
Annie responds, “Knows’t thou not that the veil between the worlds is rent, here in Rype?”
An intriguing mystery crossing two centuries.