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Baked Buttermilk Chicken

Baked Buttermilk Chicken

Baked Buttermilk Chicken

(From the archives)

Baked buttermilk chicken (from Everyday Food), freshly picked green beans with tomato & cucumber in olive oil salad. I have been playing with the methods of baking this chicken so it doesn’t stick to my bakeware. The only method that works for me is Pam sprayed tin foil lining of the cookie sheet.

Baked Buttermilk Chicken With Green Bean Salad

Baked Buttermilk Chicken With Green Bean Salad

Kitchen Sink Chicken Parm

Kitchen Sink Chicken Parm

Kitchen Sink Chicken Parm

(From the archives)

Penne pasta from the back of my cupboard, chiffon cut flat leaf parsley from my garden, leftover baked buttermilk chicken breasts (recipe from Everyday Food), homemade stale bread + seasoning breadcrumb crust on the chicken, aging mozza cheese strips, topped with jar tomato sauce with cheeses added.

Black Bean Turkey Enchiladas

Black Bean Turkey Enchiladas

Black Bean Turkey Enchiladas

(From the archives)

A lunch I made for DH and me at work in our dinky toaster oven a couple of months ago. It was like a party in our mouths. I used leftover cooked shredded turkey, cheese, tortillas, salsa and cheese for the roof and cooked it all for 20 minutes at 350 degrees. The whole thing worked on so many levels, but black bean salsa specifically pushed me over the edge. True love.

What’s cookin’, Pastarella? (part 3)

Jerk Chicken Frittatta – DH loved this. He has already requested I make this often. 🙂

Jerk Chicken Frittata

Detail shot of the pasta, chicken, prosciutto and egg mixture with its lovely golden cheese top.

Jerk Chicken Frittata - Detail

Tiramisu. Delicious, decadent and way too fattening for us, but what the hell, right? 😀

Tiramisu

A fuzzy detail show of the lady fingers and cream layers with cocoa topping. Brilliant dessert!

Tiramisu - Detail

[ Flickr photo link for more recipe details ]

Good Friday Frittata

I don’t know what all of you are up to on your long weekend, but today I’m planning to make waffles for breakfast, frittata for dinner and some spinach pasta in between today. It’s all about creative today! DH’s got some presentation research to do, so he’ll be camped out in front of his ‘pooter, and that leaves me free to do my thing in the kitchen.

Here is a shot of the frittata I made last weekend that I want to remake. I liked it, but I didn’t love it. I want to love it. I want to use ingredients that will compel me to try to eat the whole dish in one sitting. I won’t, but that’s the feeling I’m after. That’s what any great dish of food should aspire to.