Summer picnics call for a tasty almond chicken salad that is super simple to put together. For extra ease, buy a rotisserie chicken and all you’ll have to do is shred it. The rest of the ingredients are chopped before being added – onion to give it flavor, celery to add some crunch, and red pepper for a pop of color. If you’re not able to use nuts in your family – or simply don’t care for the taste – the almonds can be easily removed from the recipe.
I have a theory on why Mother’s Day seems to be a bigger deal than Father’s Day each year. It’s so much easier to find Mother’s Day activities and kids make a bigger deal, too. I think this is because Mother’s Day falls during the school year. Teachers have kept the tradition alive and passed it on to future generations. Father’s Day falls at the beginning of summer. There are no school projects. Is it a coincidence that there are less activities that are specifically Father’s Day related? I don’t think so, but we have found plenty of opportunities for family traditions.
How will you be celebrating Dad this Father’s Day? If your plans include time spent together, here are some ideas around town to make his day extra special: