Are you ready for something lighter after the feast that may or may not have occurred over Thanksgiving? Maybe something that’s light, crisp and a little spicy? Or… maybe you decided to plan a party and need something more to serve than pigs in a blanket? I have a solution. But first let’s chat…
My husband never wants lasagna. I’m not sure why, but whenever I suggest it, he suggests something else… Him: “What’s for dinner?” Me: “Lasagna” Him: “How about spaghetti?” So, the other night I just said: “Some spinach pasta dish I want to make” Him: “Sounds good, baby”
Wow… the wi fi is slower than molasses here.. but that’s what va ca is about, huh? I managed to post on mamakeith… slow on the pics here though! Oh well… I’m making meatloaf in the world’s smallest kitchen..and I can’t wait to post pics… ya gotta ALWAYS have something to look forward to, ya know?! Tomorrow we are headin out to the “humps”… mmm sushi!
And the answer is… chicken divan! I have to admit, I never had this dish until fairly recently. I don’t know why either, because I love curry…. hmmm maybe it’s because my mom never made it growing up? Maybe because it’s one of those dishes you just don’t see on restaurant menus? I guess I will never know. Now for the recipe: Bear with me because the first recipe I had for this was made with mayo… and that after baking basically became an oil slick that resembled an oven version of the exx on-Valdez. No. ugh. Don’t want that! […]
It begins with garlic… oh the glory of garlic…. Mix your chopped garlic with butter and dab it all over your flank steak…and put some coarse salt and fresh ground pepper all over it. Oops… this is blurry. Sorry. It’s a mixture similar to the spinach stuffed chicken breasts except with some chopped fresh basil added to the mix and extra garlic-butter from earlier. Wrap it up like a big tortilla… and secure with cooton kitchen twine. (I love that stuff) I baked it about 45min at 350. It was well done at the ends and pink in the center. […]
This is not what we had for dinner last night, but it was dessert. We had spinach stuffed flank steak, I just didn’t want to be redundant with the spinach thing. (sorry, Popeye) For this you’ll need: 1 stick melted butter 1 1/2 c white sugar 1 c brown sugar 4 eggs 1 tsp salt 1 1/2 c flour 1 c oats 6oz peanut butter chips Super easy! Just combine all ingredients in the order listed and spread into a 9×13 (nonstick) pan. Bake at 350 for 35min. Enjoy. Save