Chobani’s Traveling Oven Mitt

Last week I received one of the best food packages to ever grace My Bizzy Kitchen’s door – a whole CASE of Chobani yogurt!

the honey one is Hannah's favorite ๐Ÿ˜€

Some wonderful ladies have also had this privilege:

  • Marisa from Loser for Life made Fig and Walnut Scones:

And then Marisa passed the torch to me! ๐Ÿ˜€ย  She wrote the nicest thing about me – thanks Marisa!

  • The blogger I choose next is Biz from My Bizzy Kitchen!!!ย  She is Nothing But Good because she loves bread and cheese!!!ย  Weโ€™re like twins!ย  Oh waitโ€ฆ she already has one:) Anyway, I love Biz because she is so creative in the kitchen!ย  Not only does she make fantastic food every night, she does an amazing job of managing her diabetes and living a healthy lifestyle.ย  Canโ€™t wait to see what delicious dish she comes up with!

So I was trying to think of a recipe using Chobani yogurt.ย  While I love all the baked goods the others tried, I am much more of a cook, so I decided to make chicken gyros with homemade tzatziki and whole wheat mini pitas.

I’ve made whole wheat pitas before, but my last recipe they were 5 Points each.ย  I made these the same size, just thinner using only 2 ounces of dough instead of the 3.25 ounce of my last batch.ย  Still so delicious!

Whole Wheat Pitas (printer friendly version here)

Course: main meals

PointsPlusโ„ข Value:ย ย ย  3

Servings:ย  13

Preparation Time:ย  5 min

Cooking Time:ย  40 min

Level of Difficulty:ย  Easy


  • 1 cup(s) all-purpose flour
  • 2 cup(s) whole wheat flour
  • 1 Tablespoon sugar
  • 2 tsp yeast (equivalent to two packages of yeast)
  • 1 1/4 cup water
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp salt


In a stand mixer, mix flours, yeast, salt and sugar. Add the olive oil and water and mix with a stand mixer until well combined and it doesn’t stick to the side of the bowl.

Mix for 10 minutes. Remove and put in a bowl sprayed with Pam. Let rest for 90 minutes.

Heat oven to 400 degrees with baking stone in middle of rack. Divide dough into 2 ounce portions (I got 13 pitas for this recipe).

Roll out to 1/4 thickness. Using a basting brush, brush off any excess flour. Cook on baking stone for 2 minutes a side for a soft pita, 4 minutes a side for a crispy pita.

Tzatziki (printer friendly version here)

Course: main meals

PointsPlusโ„ข Value:ย ย ย  1

Servings:ย  8 (1/4 cup each serving)

Preparation Time:ย  30 min

Cooking Time:ย  5 min

Level of Difficulty:ย  Easy


2 cup(s) Nonfat, Chobani Plain Greek Yogurt

1 clove(s) garlic clove(s) (medium)

2 medium English cucumbers

1 tablespoon kosher salt

1 tsp dill

1/2 tsp black pepper

ยฝ ย tsp. salt

2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice

1 tsp prepared horseradish


Slice cucumbers in half, remove seeds, and slice. Put in a colinder and sprinkle with the tablespoon of salt.

Let the cucumbers drain in a colander for 30 minutes. Drain well and wipe dry with a paper towel.

In a food processor, add cucumbers, garlic, lemon juice, dill, horseradish and a few grinds of black pepper. Process until well blended, then stir into the Greek yogurt.

Refrigerate for a couple of hours for the flavors to blend.

For the chicken, I just pan fried diced chicken breast with 1 tablespoon of Shish Kabab seasoning, which is a blend of salt, onion, celery seed and spices – I found it at my ethnic grocery store.

bb1 pita, 3 ounce of chicken, 1/4 cup tzatziki and lettuce = 7 PointsPlus

Here’s the best part though – since there is no next blogger to get the yogurt, Chobani has graciously agreed to give one of my readers a SAMPLE PACK that includes one of each of 11 flavors.ย  Simply leave a comment telling me your favorite way to eat yogurt.ย  A winner will be picked using on Friday, January 21st.ย  Good luck!

Gotta scoot and get ready for work – I had a cold all weekend and didn’t even leave the house yesterday.ย  Make it a great day! ๐Ÿ˜€


118 thoughts on “Chobani’s Traveling Oven Mitt

  1. yum – great recipe!!!

  2. Lucky you! I love Chobani, especially straight up with granola. Hope you are felling better today!

  3. I love yogurt mixed with raw oatmeal and some crunchy cereal. Bonus points for fresh fruit. Yum!

  4. Biz, you should try my Chicken Shawarma recipe, you’d love it! The dressing is also made of yogurt. Sometimes I make just the dressing from this recipe and also use it for other Middle Eastern style dishes, like Falafel.

  5. O.M.G Biz – you are so dang good! ๐Ÿ™‚ Homemade PITA?!?! I could never! And tzatziki? MMMMM – I die, it’s so good! ๐Ÿ™‚ Awesome use of Chobani – I love them so much – none of the other greek yogurts out there hold a candle to them! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. I got a case of that Greek yogurt too. It was good. Like the idea of making the homemade pitas.

  7. mmm…my favorite way of eating yogurt is tzatziki actually. But I love it in smoothies too. A fruit smoothie just isn’t the same without it.

  8. You know I love my Greek yogurt! Favorite way is with fruit and cereal. I have it just about every day like that. And in warmer weather I do like a fruit smoothie with a boost of Greek yogurt for protein and creaminess. Yummm…now I’m hungry! ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. I knew you would come up with something DELICIOUS!!! Homemade tzatziki is the bomb!

  10. I love the greek yogurt just sprinkled with some plain granola – it is one of my favorite meal/snacks (depending on how hungry I am!)

  11. Feel better! Being sick sucks.

    My favorite way to enjoy yogurt is in a yogurt mess bowl…one container of yogurt plus some peanut butter, jelly, chopped banana and granola. Yum!

  12. Receiving a box of chobani is like getting a box of gold. Wow! Congratulations. I love the honey one too but I like it with walnuts. Tastes like a Greek dessert. So I think that’s one of my favorite way to eat it: honey yogurt with walnuts stirred in. mmmmm

    I also love tzaziki. LOVE it. So you pictures hurt me just a little. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  13. I love the Chobani honey flavor, too…I’m with Hannah on that one! But the plain is fabulous to cook with! The Tzatziki and the whole wheat pitas sound fabulous! This is one of our favorite meals — I am saving your version!! Biz-a-fied!

  14. Chobani peach is my favorite yogurt ever. My favorite way to eat it is just with a banana mixed in.

  15. That looks so yummy!

    My favorite way to eat yogurt? Plain ol out of the container! I love yogurt and all the benefits it provides.

    In other ways, I enjoy using plain yogurt as a substitute for sour cream on top of baked potatoes.

  16. i throw the yogurt into the vita mix with trop 50(1point) and free fruit. Banana, blueberries and frozen peaches. So good and only 4 points( or 2 if we share it). It makes a huge amount too.

  17. I love eating yogurt straight out of the container!

  18. Hope you’re feeling better today!

    I love plain ff yogurt. I love to use it for fruit/granola/fruit parfaits and as a substitute for sour cream. I really can’t taste the difference when it’s on a potato or taco.

  19. Clever! I love your recipe submission. I think Greek food may just be my favorite thing ever!

  20. Oh, and for my entry–I like my Chobani with granola or, in savory dishes, I use it instead of sour cream.

  21. love the plain nonfat with honey and fruit….usually berries of some sort.

  22. I would LOVE to win this!! My favorite way to eat yogurt is with Kashi Go Lean Crunch cereal. Best snack ever. ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. I love greek yogurt! I like adding the fruit in it like everyone else mentioned. Yum!

  24. Janet in Houston

    Yogurt, diced apple, Cinnamon /Splenda Mix, bite size shredded wheat.
    Yummy and crunchy!

  25. I eat buckets of yogurt [low in sodium] because it is so yummy – I especially like it with walnuts or homemade granola – and we make A LOT of smoothies. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Now I am craving a chicken gyro with tzatziki.

    Thanks for the recipe Bizzy.

  26. Boy, those recipes look terrific, Biz…am for sure going to try them both. I love yogurt in smoothies, of course, (who doesn’t?) but I also love to layer yogurt, fruit and granola for a tasty breakfast, snack or lunch or dessert…that’s how versatile it is!!

  27. Mmmmm my favorite way to eat yogurt (if it’s unflavored) is to drizzle if with honey and a tablespoon of ground flax seed. If it’s a delicious premade flavor I just add the flax. Sooo yummy and such an easy lunch or way to start my day. I also love, love, love to eat it with strawberries, cinnamon, walnuts, and brown sugar.

  28. hmmmmm….ive been eying using greek yogurt for sour cream…or i’d want to try baking with it? its kinda new for me so the sampler would be awesome to get my feet wet!

  29. This looks soooo good!! I have your pita recipe bookmarked, I am planning on making them, just haven’t done it yet. I LOVE yogurt, and eat it all the time. My favorite way to eat it is to add blueberries, walnuts and oats…yum!!

  30. Oooh, I LOVE love love Chobani. ๐Ÿ™‚ My favorite way to eat it is as a “yogurt mess” – with sliced banana and a spoonful of PB or Almond Butter, with some Kashi Cereal sprinkled on top. Yummmmm!

  31. What a fantastic giveaway – I love Chobani yogurt, although I had no idea they had ELEVEN flavors – definitely not at my grocery! I would love to try them all! My favorite thing to do with yogurt is to top it with honey almond granola and fresh strawberries for breakfast. YUM!

  32. Smoothies…I love the Chobani yogurt for smoothies…gives it a great tangy flavor…

  33. UMM jackpot!? Chobani is my breakfast staple- i loveeee the 2%! Your pitas look amazing, so authentic! ๐Ÿ˜€

  34. I love mine with frozen berries, if you let it sit together for a few minutes it all starts to freeze.

  35. I love yogurt w/ fresh fruit and granola.

  36. I LOVE chobani! I tried that pumpkin dip and it was amazing! Your creation looks fabulous too. Who doesn’t love greek inspired food! Congrats on being picked ๐Ÿ™‚

  37. It looks like you came up with a great dish to feature the yogurt! My favorite way to eat Greek yogurt is with a little cinnamon and splenda. Yum!

  38. I must be so boring, but my fave way to eat yogurt is PLAIN! I mean flavored yogurt yes, but all by itself.

    Great use of the yogurt in your recipe.

  39. There are some great recipes there! I LOVE what you did with your yogurt! Yum! I like to use it for chicken salads rather than mayo. In fact, I have some on my list to get this week for chicken salad! Thanks!

  40. Love yogurt with berries and walnuts! And stirred into soups to make them creamy.

  41. I think I’ve only had Chobani once. I’m more of a plain Greek yogurt girl. I recently picked up a yogurt maker, so I hope to (successfully) make my own soon.

    I just found your site today, thanks to your comment on my blog. I’m really intrigued by some of your recipes, especially since they have WW points values.

  42. Chobani + Sugar Free Pudding Mix = best thing ever seriously

  43. i usually use yogurt in smoothies or mix with fruit. gonna make the pitas right now. love your blog biz, my daughter has type 1 diabetes and you are an inspiration!

    • BEST YOUR LIFE Change Your Life NOW! Mastermind Group I was recommended this wbseite by my cousin. I am not sure whether this post is written by him as nobody else know such detailed about my difficulty. You are amazing! Thanks! your article about BEST YOUR LIFE Change Your Life NOW! Mastermind GroupBest Regards Yoder

    • Lindsay, I just read through your erinte series and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t shed a tear or two or a dozen! It’s no secret that you are an inspiration to me to live fit and healthy, but to know now what you had to go through to get to the strong and healthy Christian woman you are today? Well, I’m speechless. Like literally. No words. Except these: I love you!

  44. I eat Greek yogurt with my lunch almost everyday. No matter the flavor, I like to dip it in veggies. I love the high protein content!

  45. Love it! Such great yogurt recipes; and Chobani truly is fantastic yogurt. My favorite way to eat yogurt is with my cereal instead of milk (especially with granola), but I am also a huge fan of Lebanese grilled chicken marinated in yogurt sauce.

  46. I love eating it with a Pumpkin Flaxseed granola that I get from Costco and some fresh berries all mixed together! Yummmy!

  47. Smoothies! Salad dressing, muffins and quick breads, it’s all good.

  48. Yummy – love the look of that sauce! I have to try it!

    My favorite way is as a topping to chicken/rice dishes – I love a mix on top of Indian dishes especially! Helps cool them down and adds flavor!

  49. I love greek yogurt as the base for my curried chicken salad. So good!

  50. WOW! This all looks so yummy ๐Ÿ™‚ Let’s just say my love of tzatziki is so great that the man at the Greek restaurant knows me by name. When my friends come in without me, he asks, “You didn’t bring Elainey with you today??”

    I mostly eat Greek yogurt with breakfast straight out of the container…or with my gyros!

  51. Congrats!

    I love yogurt straight from the cup, with blueberries added on the top! =) Helps me feel decadent when I want an ice cream sundae!

  52. I like your recipe!! But I’m going to be using my Greek yogurt for your Chicken Tikka Masala–it’s on the menu this week! I’m so excited!! My favorite way to eat yogurt is in a bowl with fruit stirred in and a little sweetener like agave nectar.

  53. Bummer about your cold, hope you are feeling better soon.

    I have to agree with what Marisa said about you and your cooking! How nice to get a case of yogurt.

    I eat yogurt twice every day! I love it with fresh fruit and a sprinkle of my home made granola.

  54. Oh my gosh, I need a case of Chobani. My coworkers and I have our 11am Chobani break everyday, so that’s my favorite way to eat it, WITH them ๐Ÿ™‚

  55. Yum, looks delicious! I love that you made your own pitas too!

    My favorite is also honey! It’s so delicious!

  56. I like to add a little bit of peanut butter, a chopped banana, and honey nut cheerios and mix it all together. Simply delicious!

  57. I love Chobani!! I love to eat the pineapple Chobani yogurt just as it is ๐Ÿ™‚ I also love using the plain Chobani as sour cream…my family doens’t even know ๐Ÿ˜‰ I can’t wait to try making your pita’s!! thanks!

  58. My favorite way to eat Chobani yogurt is with fresh blueberries and stevia……but sometimes, I just eat it out of the carton with a big spoon!

  59. I make banana smoothies with unsweetened almond milk, flax seed, cinnamon and plain 0% Chobani. I never get sick of this for breakfast!

  60. My most favorite way to eat greek yogurt is the simple way, with honey. Delish!

  61. I love to add it in my morning smoothie for lots of protein.

  62. Great recipe! I love Chobani any way I can get it, but mostly the nonfat plain, straight up! I want to try it in some recipes though!

  63. Yum! I use Greek yogurt on a near-daily basis. I’ve substituted plain yogurt (nonfat) for sour cream so long that regular ol’ sour cream now seems bland. One of my favorite uses is in stroganoff (either beef or, more often, mushroom w/ veggies). I also love it as a final touch to tacos. In warmer weather, smoothies are a frequent addition to my morning routine, but I also snack on it, year-round.

    Thanks for posting the pita recipe. My old roommate used to make it all the time (she was a pastry chef- dangerous to have in the house), and I forgot how wonderful homemade pita can be! I was thinking of making falafel later in the week, so I may just give it a try. I’ve never added horseradish to tzatziki before, but it sounds like a great addition.

  64. I like chobani’s fruit flavors straight up!

  65. I love yogurt STRAIGHT UP…lol…okay…i do add some fruit sometimes or some cereal…

  66. I like yorgurt in my smoothies, I love it just the way it comes. And… I would love to try greek yorgurt. Haven’t been lucky enough to afford it yet.
    Thanks for the chance Biz.
    Keep those recipes coming. I love them, reading them and even sometimes getting to try one.
    Take care and God Bless!!

    • I’m so excited for you that you’ve gotetn this far. I am with you โ€”a0things that I know I won’t kick are those nasty thoughts. Coincidentally as I was reading these posts, I ate a Baby Ruth bar that my friend accidentally got out of the vending machine earlier (she has a peanut allergy). BUT I was hungry. And we’re stuck at a craft show. No other options. I already ate the rest of the stuff I packed!I love your 80/20 approach. I’m going to start concentrating on that. I try to eat whole foods all the time, but I bet that I’d do better if I thought about it more. Because there are definitely fro-yo trips maybe I’d get less if I thought about how much of my day’s intake was in that cup (it’s probably like 40% now whoops!).

    • That’s really thknniig out of the box. Thanks!

  67. I love my Chobani Peach yogurt with fresh, sweet, juicy blackberries – YUM!

  68. Yum! Chobani is my favorite Greek yogurt! I can’t even eat “regular” yogurt anymore. I love it with fruit and granola/cereal or in smoothies.

  69. Dang, biz!! You lucky! And totally well-deserved!!

    My favorite way to eat yogurt is with sunflower seeds. A sprinkle of green tea powder works, too! ๐Ÿ™‚

  70. Weighting For 50

    The travelling mitt is SOOOO fun! So far, everyone recipes look fantastic! (next time I’m over the border in your country – I’ll search out the Chobani!) Have a great week!!

  71. Your chicken gyros look so good, wonderful with homemade pitas and the tzatziki with this yogurt sounds excellent!

  72. LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe!!!

    Favorite way to eat yogurt: in a bowl topped with fruit and a little raw oats.


  73. I love Greek yogurt plain with a little honey the best, but an already flavored kind from time to time is nice. I also LOVE that I can use plain Greek yogurt in place of sour cream when cooking (actually inside a dish) and my fiance can’t tell ๐Ÿ™‚

  74. they’re yogurt is so good! what a fun way to make it, i love the homemade pitas!

    my favorite way to eat yogurt is in a bowl with cereal, i love the crunch!

  75. 1 carton (8 oz.) peach lowfat yogurt
    1 tsp. cornstarch
    1 c. sweet red bell pepper strips
    1/2 c. onion, chopped
    2 1/2 tsp. curry powder
    3/4 tsp. salt
    1/4 tsp. black pepper
    1/2 c. chicken broth
    1 1/2 lbs. boneless chicken breasts cut into 1/2 inch strips
    1 c. frozen peas
    Lemon juice

    In a cup, combine a small amount of yogurt with cornstarch. Stir mixture back into yogurt container. In a medium skillet, combine pepper strips, onion, curry powder, salt, black pepper and chicken broth. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer uncovered until onion is almost tender, 3-4 minutes. Stir in chicken. Simmer uncovered 2 minutes, adding additional chicken broth if necessary. Add peas and continue cooking until chicken is tender, about 4 minutes. Reduce heat. Stir in yogurt, cook and stir over low heat until hot, 2-3 minutes. Sprinkle with lemon juice, stir gently. Serve over steamed rice if desired. Makes 4 servings.

  76. I love yogurt, and I LOVE Chobani. I put plain Greek yogurt in so many things: soups, dips, stews… Pretty much anything.

    But my favorite way to eat yogurt is to eat a pineapple chobani just as is. It’s perfect!!! I love it so much that I usually hide it in the fridge so that no one is going to eat it… ๐Ÿ™‚

  77. My favorite way to eat yogurt is right out of the container for a mid morning snack!

  78. Chobani is ALWAYS part of my pre-workout smoothie! With some frozen fruit and a splash of skim milk.

  79. I like my greek yogurt with fruit & crunchy cereal! yum!

  80. DiningAndDishing

    Amazing giveaway Biz!!

    I love eating yougurt with pom seeds on top. Such a beautiful combination of flavors! ๐Ÿ™‚

    – Beth @

    • Hot weather brfaekast green monster! Or any smoothie, really. I’m not a protein powder girl, but if you make a sizeable smoothie without it it will keep you plenty full. Using yogurt or kefir can add more protein. I sometimes have a Balance or Luna bar if I need a protein boost later in the morning. Parfaits are another good one yogurt, fresh fruit, maybe some granola or fiber-y cereal (I like GrapeNuts in mine).

  81. I really enjoy yogurt with plain granola or in smoothies. I’ll sometime sub plain Chobani for sour cream or mix it with a bit of milk to make a creamy soup (way to avoid heavy cream!!).

  82. This yogurt sounds so creamy and dreamy. I am going to pick some up and try it in my soft serve ice cream maker.

  83. Chobani is the ONLY yoghurt that I eat. My favourite is the pomegranate, but blueberry comes in a close second. I am currently using Chobani as part of my personal weightloss and get healthy programme. [you can see how I am doing at my blog ‘the couch potato gets a sword’ and it’s helping tremendously. I call it my ‘secret weapon’. Not only does it kill the cravings for sweet things, but the protein content keeps me being able to exercise and recover from recent injuries. I like to make Chobani trifle, layer yoghurt with jello in a tall container, and just to kick it up a notch, when the jello is almost cool and starts to set, take a little aside, whisk it up until frothy, stir in a little Chobani and add as a topping, place in fridge until it sets – it’s delicious.

  84. I love plain fat-free Greek yogurt with a teaspoon of agave, a small organic banana in slices, a couple tablespoons of unsweetened, flake coconut, a handful of walnut pieces, and a few dark chocolate chips. It’s delicious!

  85. Greek yogurt with honey, it’s like they are married!

  86. I love yogurt with granola and fresh fruit. It’s similar to the parfait that you can get at McDonald’s but I love it when I make my own.

  87. How do I like to eat Chobani? With a spoon!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  88. Love it with frozen then top it with granola and some fruit jam.

    Great site!


  89. Legit my favorite way to eat yogurt is just with a spoon slowly enjoying every bite. I am vegan EXCEPT for Greek yogurt I allow that to be a once in a while treat and my stomach appears to allow it

  90. I like my yogurt plain…or maybe with a little fresh fruit mixed in. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  91. I love chobani just plain out of the tub, if it is plain yogurt, i add honey and it is sooo good!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  92. I love the honey flavor also, straight out of the container and topped with some granola……great snack!!

    • I just read this entire seeris and am completely touched and inspired. I especially appreciate your acknowledgment of some of the aspects of your ED past that continue to haunt you, that you still grapple with, and how you and we all are a work in progress. Congratulations on overcoming this too-common obstacle and even more kudos for sharing your story to help change others’ lives. You’ve certainly come a long way toward taking care of your body in the best way possible. Out of darkness comes light.

  93. My favorite way to eat yogurt is with fresh fruit and granola. Yum!!

  94. I would love to win this yogurt. I love it.

  95. Ooh I love Chobani! I think my favorite ways to eat it are instead of sour cream in the spicy southwestern dip that my sister makes, and with granola and a little peanut butter for breakfast!

  96. Love flavored yogurt with whole grain cereal and berries mixed in. If it is plain yogurt, I drizzle with honey and then a sprinkle of granola/whole grain cereal. Yum!

  97. Wow, what a great thing to arrive on your doorstep! I love Greek-style yogurt, and Chobani is definitely one of my favorite brands of it.

    My favorite way to eat yogurt is plain Greek-style yogurt with fruit (blueberries, oranges, or fresh pineapple are my faves), and maybe some nuts (especially walnuts) or flax seed meal. Canned pineapple, plain yogurt, and Cracklin’ Oat Bran was a favorite combo when I was growing up. Especially if I’d given up sweets for Lent. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  98. I love eating yogurt as part of overnight oats – oats soaked in milk with yogurt, and raisins! Or as a snack with honey ๐Ÿ™‚

  99. My most favorite way is plain topped with a little muesli, walnuts, and chocolate chips.

  100. My most favorite way to enjoy Chobani s to add a spoonful of nutella and a 1/4 cup of double chocolate chunk hazelnut granola – oh my yumm, it is like having dessert for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack!!
    I think I am addicted to Chabani!!

  101. I like to eat certain combinations with blackberries or sometimes I’ll add a muesli in with it. But for the most part I eat it plain.

  102. Hell yeah Chobani!!! I am totally smitten with the pineapple version but I have been buying the bulk option at Sam’s Club. Blueberry is my least favorite of the three and so I’ve been making them into “ice cream” smoothies with skim milk, ice, a container of yogurt, a packet of Truvia, a squeeze of Hershey syrup and a 1/4 cup of mini chocolate chips! It’s huge and so good!

  103. This week alone, I’ve had it mixed with pear and raspberry sauce as a snack, in a cayenne and lemon dressing for a curried tofu wrap, used instead of milk in Annie’s Mac & Cheese, and made into mock-sour cream pancakes.

    Greek yogurt is seriously the jam…what can’t it do?

  104. i have chobani yogurt every day for breakfast — i add about a half cup of mixed natural nuts(no salt). i could eat it all day long !!!!!

  105. On a baked potato! P.S. I love your blog. My family is from Chicago, and it feels like a dose of home!

  106. […] throwing fits, the meeting that was supposed to be done by 8, didnโ€™t end until 10:30!  My sister was working at the Palmer House and got off of work at 11:00.  I went to pick her up and we […]

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