In true “whatever is in the kitchen” mode, I was just not in the mood to grocery shop the other day. I had everything I needed for my Pork chops in tomatoes, but I didn’t want the hassle of pulling out (and, of course, cleaning!) the electric skillet. So I raided the cupboards and fridge, and what I found was:
A friend recently said something on Facebook about being in England and needing to find a place that served a good bacon sandwich and my ears pricked up. You know I looked it up online! What could be better? Bacon, butter, toppings if you want them. And then, for some, a mysterious substance known ubiquitously as “brown sauce”, and clearly not available to me in my current location, but which looks suspiciously like brown gravy in a bottle.
I love a good chicken salad sandwich, but there is only one chicken breast sandwich out there in the world of food that I think is worth eating–the plain Jane Chic-Fil-A standard. What is it that makes that sandwich special? Well, it’s the pickles and something else–a spice in the batter perhaps?–but I’ve come up with a baked chicken version that made me pretty happy the other day.
In the freezer–leftover sesame seed sourdough hamburger buns and a package with two remaining boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Continue reading
I wish I remembered to take a picture when I concocted this afternoon’s non-traditional but totally delectable Great Easter Hamburger.
Whatever was in the kitchen was not enough, so I actually headed out to the produce department for some extras. I’ve been craving a great burger and today I got exactly what I wanted! Continue reading