Sunday Suppers: Spring Chicken Part One

We tend to overlook chicken when we’re making fancy meals for guests, which is just silly if you think about it. It’s tasty and it’s cheaper than other cuts of meat. Save the delicacies for date night.

Lemon Chicken

You can eat the lemon as well

You can eat the lemon as well

Quick Brussels sprouts

Starving children in China probably hate them as much as children everywhere else

Starving children in China probably hate them as much as children everywhere else

Cannelini Bean Salad

Garnish with whatever herb is available

Garnish with whatever herb is available

 

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This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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9 Responses to Sunday Suppers: Spring Chicken Part One

  1. A_Boleyn says:

    Cannellini beans are my favourite beans for soup because of their creamy texture. As to chicken … I eat it every week.

  2. TasteFood says:

    Great menu! I’ll eat this any day.

  3. This is a beautiful healthy dinner. I don’t think I cook with cannoli beans enough but this looks fantastic with lots of fresh wonderful herbs.

  4. Yum! Especially the sprussle sprouts….omg

  5. We should do chicken more often, but I got so burned-out on it when I was younger that I still think, “What, AGAIN?” even if we haven’t had it in several weeks :)

  6. Lemon chicken is just the best and is a really easy way to cook. The flavor is always so sophisticated, yet simple and earthy. Perfect for portents of Spring.

  7. Good looking brussel sprouts! I think children would eat yours :)

  8. ChgoJohn says:

    These 3 dishes would make a great Sunday dinner and I’d serve them to company, no problem. My brother once asked Mom to name 5 of those starving children in China. I won’t reveal her response but none of us ever dared ask that question again. :)

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