Some foods are just meant to be eaten with your hands. They taste better that way. You know, the kind you eat with the full intention of licking your fingers. It’s food that forces you to abandon the thought of keeping your hands clean or free from food smells like garlic and onions. You’re eating dirty and it’s okay. Really okay. It’s part of the appeal.
The sunshine and cool breeze have me mesmerized so I’ve been spending a lot of time out in the yard under my gazebo eating ice cream. This outdoor living is a huge accomplishment in itself. It took a lot of sweat and elbow grease to get the yard together, but I did it and now I’m loving it. Being out there has me thinking it’s prime time for
These are roasted vegetables. Carrots, onions, broccoli and red potatoes are lightly seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic, then tossed in a bit of olive oil and plucked from the oven after about 20 minutes on 425. These are succulent pieces of chicken breast that have been stuffed, then sliced. We crammed a healthly portion of spinach and asiago cheese inside. The outside we coated with
Isn’t it amazing that chickens aren’t extinct or endangered? I mean we eat a lot of chicken. A LOT. The chicken farmers are doing a great job. Think about it. Needless to say (although I know I’ve said it before) I just get tired of chicken. And I’m pretty creative with the preparations but still, it’s chicken. Lately, I’ve been on a self-imposed Chickenless Challenge.