Before I prepared this dish, I googled Chicken Marengo. Wikipedia was the first result with the history of Chicken Marengo: An Italian savoury dish, so named for being the dish that Napoleon Bonaparte ate after the Battle of Marengo.
Archives for April 2010
Breakfast Tacos with Chorizo, potatoes and eggs. Wake up and enjoy a little ‘ole in the morning. Tacos just aren’t for dinner. Why not make breakfast tacos. I am taco-crazy and need to warn you that there are more taco posts on the way…
Strawberry and Chicken Salad, with a wonderful sesame, rice vinegar dressing, this is a delicious, fresh, light weeknight friendly meal. This post may contain affiliate links. In the last 24 hours in Colorado we’ve seen rain, hail, tornadoes, sleet balls, lightening, thunder, street flooding, it’s currently snowing like the dickens and I think I just
Panko-breaded fried-fish tacos with hoisin tarter sauce make this crispy fish taco recipe a unique treat. Incredible with flavor, A recipe from Hankook Taqueria in Atlanta. Have you ever found yourself preparing dinner and during the process start 2nd guessing your recipe selection skills? “Looked good on paper”, “what was I thinking?” “overpowering odd
Hang on to your hats…fasten your seatbelts (but then loosen them a bit)…stop the presses… Chicken Fried Steak goes Southwestern fustion topped with Hatch Green Chili and a Fried Egg. Why all the idioms? Because we’re loving this Southwestern Chicken Fried Steak recipe here on The Ranch, and I’m dying to share it with you.
A marinade of lime juice and pureed tomatoes give chicken breasts a festive flavor and with a rub with paprika before grilling you’ve got a great start for a flavorful and simple taco meal. A warm steamy corn tortilla, topped with shredded chicken, crunchy ribbons of sweet onions, red and orange bell pepper and fresh
A sweet and tangy sauce makes this Pineapple Chicken Breast Recipe a wonderful dinner treat. Just a quick post for a recipe I’ve had for a long time. Tangy Pineapple Chicken.
My gosh, where has the time gone??? I’m such a tardy griller! It’s been about six weeks since I’ve fired up those coals for one of my “Just Grilled” blogger interviews, so let’s get out our rakes and learn more about Larry over at Big Dude’s Eclectic Ramblings.
This is how I used those left over hard-boiled pink and green Easter Eggs. Curry Egg Salad Sandwiches, and served with a tossed salad, this is a great little meal.
Saturday night was BBQ Shrimp and Grits and a fresh green salad for a side. Great little meal. This is a recipe that I found in Food and Wine Magazine. The first time that I made this was also the first time I’ve ever eaten grits. And as you can imagine I found myself wondering “why“. Delicious.