Day 9: From September 2012 Bon Appetit. Took way longer than advertised, but made up for it by being even better the second day. Yay for leftovers!
Fortunately, even I don’t need a recipe for Cobb Salad. This is all me, except the chicken breast is Mark Bittman’s basic method from How To Cook Everything. I do have that memorized, though, so this was a rare night where I didn’t crack a cookbook. Go me!
Day 7: from the much-loved Dinner: A Love Story
This is the sort of thing for which I think I shouldn’t need a recipe, because it’s so simple. Essentially, “obtain delicious things. Put them on bread.”
I did need this recipe, though, and I am so grateful for it. Absolutely perfect.
From Dinner: A Love Story again. I wish the photo could convey how truly awesome this smells.
An annual treat, from Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything
Two things I like about this recipe:
1. It uses bone-in, skin-on chicken breasts. Show of hands, who else is sick to death of boneless skinless?
2. Every single one of the vegetables involved came in my CSA box this week. Snaps for being seasonal, Martha Stewart. Serious snaps.
Again, from Everyday Food, September 2012. Why have I been ignoring this magazine for so long? (Because it is an awkward size and the iPad app is way better than the magazine itself, but I keep forgetting to download new issues.)
Day 3: From the cookbook, Dinner: A Love Story by Jenny Rosenstratch, which is my new favorite thing in the entire world, ever.