Yes, I do mean exactly what you think I mean: one that I tote home from my local Harris Teeter supermarket, not one that I’ve cooked at home. On Sundays, the rotisserie chickens are on special–$4.99. I can’t buy a whole chicken for that price so I’ve learned the times when the freshly roasted ones […]
It’s time to do the weekly (at least I try to make it weekly) troll through the fridge to see what is left from last week, to use for the first two or so meals this week. There’s some kohlrabi, part of a rutabaga, a head of radicchio, and there’s part of a bag of […]
Some wise advice for making chicken stock.
Originally posted on the chef mimi blog:
Pâté is one of my favorite delicacies. Of course, it helps that I like liver – a lot. This pâté has a subtle liver flavor because it’s made with mild chicken livers. It’s silky smooth and spreadable. Pâté is not to be confused with foie gras, which are…
And the weight loss is back on track, and meals still really tasty. From the Always Hungry? today I picked the Mediterranean Chicken recipe to try. The recipe struck me as lacking oomph that I needed today, but a meal plan is a meal plan. This was, at least, a one-pot meal, and easy. Refrigerator […]
A simple, quick way to add some kick and freshness to lots of dishes: gremolata. It’s an Italian classic served with osso buco, but can be used with almost any grilled, roasted, or even boiled meats, fish, or with vegetables. It’s especially delightful in the winter when food is a bit heavier and lacks that […]
As it’s getting warmer, we do tend to change the way we cook and eat. Generally I turn away from things with the label “casserole”, but from Frugal Feeding blog here is a keeper for summer, even though it’s called a casserole. I’m also sure that you’ve noticed that I do like to use chicken […]