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StarMetro Halifax - - PLAY - By Kelly ANN BUCHANAN

• 8 bone­less, skin­less chicken thighs, ex­cess fat trimmed • 1/2 tsp salt, di­vided • 1 1/2 tsp curry pow­der, di­vided • 2 tsp olive oil, di­vided • 1 onion, finely chopped • 2 cloves gar­lic, minced • 1/2 tsp smoked pa­prika • 3 cups packed thinly sliced kale • 1 cup long grain rice • 1 1/2 cups low-sodium chicken broth • 1 Tbsp lemon juice

Sea­son chicken with 1/4 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp curry pow­der and a pinch of black pep­per. Heat a large saute pan over medium-high. Add 1 tsp olive oil to pan, sear chicken for 3 min­utes per side. Re­move to a plate and re­serve. Add re­main­ing olive oil and onion, cook, stir­ring of­ten, un­til browned, about 3 min­utes.

Add gar­lic, 1 tsp curry pow­der, smoked pa­prika and 1/4 tsp of salt. Cook for 30 sec­onds. Add kale and rice, cook for 1-2 min­utes, stir­ring fre­quently un­til kale is slightly wilted. Pour in chicken broth, stir­ring to scrape up brown bits from bot­tom of the pan, bring to a boil (it should boil al­most im­me­di­ately).

Re­turn chicken to pan on top of rice and kale. Cover and cook for 20 min­utes or un­til liq­uid has been ab­sorbed and chicken and rice are done cook­ing. Sprin­kle with lemon juice and serve. 1. A Sharp as it is called some­times: let­ter + wd. 6. beach struc­ture 9. Group of eight 14. Prince Valiant’s beloved 15. __ and outs 16. Worker, in­for­mally 17. english au­thor, Vir­ginia __ (b.1882 - d.1941) 18. Spy let­ters 19. Ahead of sched­ule 20. Red Rider song writ­ten by Tom Cochrane that goes “We won’t let you kill the laugh­ter.”: 2 wds. 23. end-of-work­week days, wee-ly 24. Pur­chasin’ 25. Waist­cloth 28. Charles Dick­ens pro­tag­o­nist 29. __ power 31. Com­pen­sate 32. Dodged 36. Ryan Gosling movie mu­si­cal: 3 wds. 38. Dis­tance run­ner on the track 39. De­grees, e.g. 40. Drill, when go­ing through rock 41. Abound­ing 43. Quaint restau­rant 44. Per­fect rat­ing 45. Small, cute-style 46. Flow­ers-in-earth house­hold holder 47. On-the-mat gym class 49. __ and fauna 51. Mr. Penn 55. City in north­ern Que­bec near labrador 58. Hum­drum 60. Com­monly, to a poet 61. Madeleine l’__ (Auth- or of A Wrin­kle in Time) 62. Pulitzer-win­ning poet W.H. 63. Al­low 64. An­cient wa­ter nymph 65. Olde-style re­wards 66. Arid 67. like a can in the pantry 1. uniquely-spelled Al­berta vil­lage about 15 min­utes from Cam­rose 2. bread in­gre­di­ent 3. Tea of “Deep Im­pact” (1998) 4. book of maps 5. 27th us Pres­i­dent, Wil­liam H. __ 6. Small set­back 7. bring to­gether 8. Em­presses of his­toric Rus­sia 9. Re­cep­tive 10. Rugged cliffs 11. Ripped the sheets up: 2 wds. 12. ev­ery­thing 13. “The Par­tridge Fam­ily” star Su­san 21. Foot­note abbr. 22. Global, for short 26. More sen­si­ble 27. House­hold bill, com­monly 28. Dan­ger 30. Cus­tom 32. Not full, as a glass 33. Green/gray song­bird 34. Next to 35. Beni­cio __ Toro 36. __-beau­port, Que­bec 37. __ An­ge­les 39. Wal­let va­ri­ety 42. Deputy Bar­ney __ (Role on “The Andy Grif­fith Show”) 43. Wild swine 46. “__ Woman” (1990) 48. Starred in the stage show 50. Vol­un­teer 51. Mount of the bi­ble 52. Port __, On­tario 53. edgar __ Poe 54. Want­ing 56. egg warm­ers on the farm 57. let one’s com­plaints be known 58. Scottish hat 59. ‘Street’ in Mon­treal

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