Charred Lemon Chicken
Such a pretty dish. The lemon-chicken is a perfect combination, of course, and the extra step of charring the lemon really enhances the flavor. I like to serve this dish with steamed spinach and brown rice. ENJOY!
Who doesn’t love a one-skillet dinner? Add a baked potato and simple side salad and dinner is done! While the chicken and potatoes are baking, you have plenty of time to set the table, tidy up the kitchen and pour yourself a glass of wine. I used chicken thighs for this recipe, but you […]
The Pioneer Woman calls these “Classic.” She’s exactly right. They are exactly what I expect from hot wings. Nice and spicy — you can cut down on the Tabasco if you prefer a milder version. I made a slight adaption from her recipe by coating the wings in flour before frying. I found it gives […]
The first time I made these chicken wings was on December 22, 1990 — . . . the day Jeff and I went to the courthouse in Honolulu to get married (the first of our two weddings!). It was a small, “secret” wedding with just six of our close friends. Because I didn’t have enough […]
One of my favorite stories from my childhood is “Stone Soup.” I don’t recall the author of the version I heard as a child, but research tells me the original author was Robert Moser. The book was first published in 1808. As a child, I thought it was just magical the way everyone’s small contribution […]