Reminiscing through old drafts. I don’t even remember this dish but damn it sounds delicious. We need to eat more fish.
First, I made some cheese scones with extra sharp cheddar cheese. We just snacked on those earlier in the day, along with some crackers and fancy salame made with wine. About 2:30 pm, I put an 11-pound turkey in the oven. But first, I rubbed butter mixed with rosemary and garlic in to the skin.… Continue reading Thanksgiving 2010
Basically, this recipe from Steamy Kitchen. Differences, based on what I had handy: 2 butterflied boneless pork pieces (loin? chop? I forget) and spicy brown mustard instead of Dijon. One Roma and 3 Campari tomatoes (which are smaller than Romas). Added 1/2 cup of corn to the salsa. Differences, because I was too lazy to… Continue reading Pork with Roasted Tomato Salsa
In an effort to save time this week, I purchased a family pack of chicken breasts yesterday with the plan to marinate them in various sauces and grill or broil them before slicing and serving over salad greens (harvested from our garden) for lunches. Step one: trim the fat. The family pack was not my… Continue reading Winnah Winnah Chicken Dinnah
Earlier Chris was sending me texts, asking what I wanted for dinner. I said I wanted lobster. And wine. On a boat on the ocean. Instead we had chicken, rice and balsamic green beans. I also made a quick pan sauce with lemon juice, rosemary and red onion. Good in concept only okay in execution.… Continue reading Garlicky Rosemary Chicken