February 2015

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Weekend Cooking: Chicken Parmigiana

Chicken parmigiana was my “usual” during late night binges with friends, at one of the 24-hour diners back in New Haven whose name I am no longer able to recall.  Tonight I wanted to try making it for dinner, with the added bonus of being able to use the basil leaves my Mom has in her garden, which are growing really nice and healthy.  This dish I based on a recipe by Bill Granger uses pretty common ingredients, and yet turned out really yummy.  A real blast from the past!

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Weekend Cooking: Sautéed Mushrooms

We had friends over at our place yesterday for brunch and a round of Zombicide, so I threw together the standard stuff one might see on a cafe “breakfast platter” – beef bacon, scrambled eggs, sausages, grilled tomatoes, hash browns, and sautéed mushrooms.  Merv brought juices, coffee, and bread with cream cheese.  So awesome.

These mushrooms are based on the recipe by Ina Garten.  They’re really tasty, perfect for breakfast and also as a side for steak or roast beef.  I think this will be my go-to recipe from now on.

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