The plan is to spend all day tomorrow cleaning the sewing room and not have to stop to cook. We used to do craft shows every weekend but now, the room has become storage. But with Poopyhead selling his adventures, it's inspired me to get my Etsy site going for the blankets we have left.
Meanwhile tonight, we're headed to take a look at a graphics tablet and try a new place to eat. It's another steakhouse, supposed to have good prices and good food.
Click to enlarge the photo below and have a yummy night.
|I cut this breast from a whole bird. Best way to save a buck.|
That photograph could be in a food magazine! Chicken breast is tricky to cook well. That photo and your description sounds like you did it justice! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Bartender. So far chicken is the meat I cook the best. I'm still learning steaks, chops and tenderloins. Been a veghead most my life and now there's all these wonderful new things to learn. Thanks for the drop-in. A big hello to Claudia for me.ReplyDelete
Take it from a former chef that that chicken looks incredible and the picture makes you long for some.ReplyDelete
Hey Lurker, you were a chef? How cool is that. Thanks for the nice words. I've much to learn in the way of meats but I tell ya, it's a whole new line of food to play with. I wanted to take culinary classes, that's why I started eating meats.ReplyDelete
So far I like a clean chicken and Coleman bacon the best of all the meats.ReplyDelete
oh, what a tease and me still here at work, stahving...not that I could cook anything that looked so good anyway but...say, how come you don't have your own restaurant? We have some lovely properties available in my town :)ReplyDelete
Thanks mshatch. I'd love to have my own shoppe and bake and cook yummy things. A little writer's cafe and when the bagels are done for the day, that's it until the next day. Kind of a get it while it's fresh thing.ReplyDelete
As for cooking, I betcha can. It's fun and even the mistakes are good to eat. When I was writing my pizzelle formula I can't even tell you how many batches we ate over the course of the experiment, until I hit the right one.
But that's the fun of it. Getting in there and playing about until it works. Hope you give something fun a try soon.
Somewhere out there is a chicken with only one breast...ReplyDelete
Now you've inspired me to do a bit more for my dinner tonight!ReplyDelete
Smell-a-blog? Wouldn't that be something! :) The chicken looks delicious!ReplyDelete
I love chicken and pork. Pork is so easy to do well, a little soy sauce and some garlic salt and pepper on a grill and it's magic! My Mom used to make pork chops that had the flavor of shoe leather. I stumbled on the recipe I use from a baked chicken recipe that my step-mother uses. She is a fantastic cook.ReplyDelete
Great Post Ivy!
BTW what is your Etsy site? My wife had one for a bit for her jewelry, but she still loves to shop there.ReplyDelete
That really is a gorgeous picture, even if I do feel for the now off-balance chicken. I love those written snapshots of domesticity too, and I'd also be interested in seeing that site.ReplyDelete
Italics and bold test. Fingers crossed.
I miss good cooking! I just spent three days in an area of the state that doesn't really care too much about food, as long as it's edible. No wonder Kurt Cobain moved away from there!ReplyDelete
Hi Alex: The house smelled so good that when Tim got home, he didn't want to try that new steak place.ReplyDelete
Hey biopunk: Very cool. I look forward to hearing what you made and how it went.
Howdy Kelly: It was yum. Leftovers tomorrow.
Hello Donea Lee: Smell-a-Blog. Where blogging and cooking meet.
Hi Todd: That does sound good. So far I've not had any grilled meats other than the steak at Roadhouse. I'll give your recipe a try. Thank you.
Hi Again Todd: I don't have the site ready, but will sure let you know.
Hey Porky: Thanks. I'll let you know when I have the site ready. I have been terribly lazy at getting it going. Maybe not lazy because I've done other fun things in the kitchen.
Hi Again Porky: I'm digging this bold thing. Thanks again.
Hey Hanny: Three days in an area that doesn't care about the taste of food? Oh my gosh. That's what it's like here.
Thanks Everyone for stopping by. Dig me, I'm using the bold in comments. Go me. Rah.
I scratched and sniffed the screen. Then my wife rolled her eyes and headed off to bed.ReplyDelete
Il profumo arriva fin qui...bello stare in cucina a sentire i diversi aromi dei piatti che si preparano...è rilassante!! :-)ReplyDelete
Mmmmm, this is a smell-blog.ReplyDelete
Bellissimo! Ho fame adesso! Great stuff!ReplyDelete
Paladin: You crack me up. Hello to the wife.ReplyDelete
Ciao Caterina: Grazie. Amo cucinare con condimenti biologici. Ho dovuto usare in bottiglia perché è inverno qui e il mio giardino è congelata.
Hello Magda: Many Greetings to you. Your pictures are beautiful.
Grazie, Jonathan: Speranza si mangiano cibi yummy oggi. Thanks for stopping by.
That chicken looks perfectly done. And take it from a guy who was on detox for the past 3 days and couldn't eat anything BUT chicken... if you put that in front of me, I would devour it!ReplyDelete
That chicken looks so excellent. I love roasted chicken. So simple, succulent. Makes the house smell wonderful. Have you ever tried making your own ricotta? It's pretty easy.ReplyDelete
But that caramel corn picture, so yum! Makes my mouth water!!
Hi Beer: Glad to hear you survived your detox. Thanks for the nice words. I'm enjoying your blog.ReplyDelete
Howdy Hello jd: No, but that sounds interesting. I haven't made my own mozzarella yet either. Bother sound fun.