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Dr. Art Mollen
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The Scottsdale Shopping Experience
April 22  (Wednesday) 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

FREE! Everyone is invited! Great way to shop for Mother's Day! 

McCormick Ranch Country Club (Scottsdale Road and McCormick Ranch Parkway)
Admission: FREE with $5 suggested donation for ACCELL (Autism support group - April is Autism Awareness Month!)

Sunday's Sweetheart
If you'd like to add Sunday's Sweetheart or any other pet to your family, contact the Arizona Humane Society at 602-997-7585. For more information about AHS events and programs, visit

Chef Dad
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Chef Dad' Italian Scramble

12 large eggs or 10 XL/jumbo eggs
1/4 cup heavy cream or whole milk (preferably cream)
5 oz. package goat cheese (plain, not flavored with any herbs)
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese (grated)
1 red bell pepper (diced)
1/4 cup shallots (diced small)
4 tbsp. butter (divided)
1/2 tsp. oregano flakes
1/4 tsp. crushed red pepper
Salt and pepper

1) In a large ovenproof skillet over a medium heat, melt 2 tablespoons of your butter. Saut√© bell peppers and shallots with a pinch of salt and pepper plus the oregano and crushed red pepper until softened (approx. 4-5 minutes).  Remove from pan into a bowl and set aside.  Wipe out that pan because we are going to use it again to make the eggs.

2) Whisk eggs, Parmesan cheese and cream with a few pinches of both salt and pepper until light and fluffy.  Heat that pan back up over medium heat then melt the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter. When the butter is melted, add your egg mixture to the pan. Reduce heat to medium low until eggs begin to set around the edges. Add your bell pepper and shallot mix back into the pan then start stirring everything together like you would scrambled eggs. Remember: go slowly. Once the eggs look almost done, add your goat cheese in chunks, turn off the heat and fold in the cheese.  Once combined, serve immediately.

Cook's notes: A great side dish would include one or more of the following; toast, hash browns, bacon, sliced tomatoes.

This recipe makes about six servings.

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Crops of Luv
11424 S. Pawnee Circle
 Phoenix AZ 85044 US

Crops of Luv mission is to make memory scrapbooks for wish families with critically ill children. Crops of Luv documents the recipient's wish trip in a beautiful scrapbook at no expense to the recipient family. All scrapbooks are made by volunteers. Crops of Luv is an amazing organization providing a one-of-a-kind memory for these families because a life documented is a life remembered.