Sometimes it amazes me how a simple combination of basic, on-hand ingredients can yield such delightful results. Chicken piccata is nothing more than chicken breast cutlets, dredged in flour, browned, and served with a sauce of butter, lemon juice, capers, and either stock or white wine. It can be prepared in 20 minutes or less and is so easy and delicious it should be part of every home cook’s repertoire. I confess I never even heard of this dish until several of you requested a recipe for it over the course of the last couple months. So, thank you for your suggestions, this is a good one! Ingredients
News By Laura Reiley, Times Food Critic Published January 3, 2008 Traditionally, we've looked back at this time of year to assess local restaurant trends and enumerate our favorite places to eat. - But, since I've been the Times food critic for less than a year, it seems presumptuous of me to declare the area's best restaurants just yet. - Next year, count me in. - For now, I offer an alphabet soup of 100 things I've found to like about the Tampa Bay area restaurant scene, with a special emphasis on what's new, what's changed and what's endured beautifully.
2 cloves garlic 1 (12oz) tomato paste 2 lg. cans crushed tomatoes 1 lg. can tomato sauce or puree fresh basil italian seasoning, parsely, salt, pepper 2 tsp. sugar parmesian or romano grated cheese meatballs & italilan sausage Brown garlic in olive oil in bottom of large sauce pan. Add one can of of paste and one can of water.
Ingredients 1 whole chicken, cut into 8 pieces Toast and grind the following in a dry skillet:
Oct 19 2007 We made some homemade baked potato chips with it.
One of my favorite items to order from an Asian restaurant is General Tso's Chicken.
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I really have to say it: he’s the best, without any doubt, with no regrets and no reserves… I own three of his books, made two of his recipes and I’ve never read in my life something better explained, with all the passages made clear, with all the instruments you have to use and when, all the ingredients precisely indicated… I would go on and on for days, but I don’t want to bother you… Pierre Hermé is just fantastic!
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Six days, another six days and I shall hop on my flight on my way back to Malaysia for Chinese New Year .
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