Category Archives: The Not Cancer Part

What to Eat – Sheet Pan Chicken Parmesan

Sheet Pan Chicken Parmesan I think one of the best investments I’ve ever made is this quarter’s Taste of Home One Pan Dinners magazine. What I liked about this recipe was that it was fast and easy. I had a … Continue reading

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What to Eat – Pan-Roasted Chicken and Vegetables

Pan-Roasted Chicken and Vegetables This is another recipe from the Taste of Home One Pan Meals magazine. I liked its simplicity. If you don’t want the spinach, you could substitute carrots, broccoli, or cauliflower instead. If you’re looking for more … Continue reading

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Food Delivery Services

October 2018 Let me just say that meal/food delivery services are a great thing, but some are way better than others in how they work. One of my coworkers set up a MealTrain for me. This is actually a pretty cool … Continue reading

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What to Eat – Lemon-Dijon Pork Sheet Pan Supper

Lemon-Dijon Pork Sheet Pan Supper Another one from the Taste of Home One Pan Meals magazine. It’s pretty well known that lemon flavors help cancel out chemo aftertastes. Dijon mustard is another flavor that helps with that. Lucky that we … Continue reading

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What to Eat – One Pan Garlicky Chicken

One Pan Garlicky Chicken As I’ve said before, most of the food that tastes decent has a lot of natural flavor, so the onions and garlic are important ingredients in most anything I eat. They tend to cover the salty/metallic … Continue reading

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What to Eat – Apple Dumplings

Apple Dumplings When you want something like a piece of pie but don’t feel like making one, apple dumplings are a good substitute.  They’re relatively quick and easy, and not horribly messy to make. The best part is that if … Continue reading

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How Many Times a Day Do I Think About Cancer?

The short answer is a lot. When I look in the mirror in the morning and at night and I see my silver grey hair that’s only a little more than an inch long. My hair was never super long, … Continue reading

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