First off, thank you to Meighan of Cooking with Abandon for becoming a follower of my blog!
Potluck means…..do whatever you want! A few days before the Potluck Theme was announced, I made Jamie’s zucchini and garlic slices to go along with a smoked mozzarella & artichoke ravioli. That was paired up with my review of Dolci di Love. The recipe came from Cook with Jamie and Food and Wine magazine
Last night we tried the fried polenta – what a nice change from rice and potatoes... and I love potatoes.
Chop up bits of polenta and dust them with cornmeal……when your oil is hot enough gently place the chunks of cornmeal-dusted polenta into your pan. Fry up for 8 minutes or so….serve hot.
This recipe comes from Jamie’s Italy - A book I may want to purchase. The library has been my friend with all the Jamie books I have stacked in the kitchen!
You know what to do……surf over to IHCC for Potluck and see what other Jamie-fans have conjured up….then check out Ivonne’s Magazine Monday series.
I was going through some recipes I had saved years back and came across one called Nana's Chicken Casserole. It was from a former co-wo...
I try some copycat recipes sometimes and this one is inspired from Zoe's Kitchen . Potato salad can make a nice side dish but I don'...
Happy New Year!!! Impressive dancing and fun old videos set to Uptown Funk. I'd definitely injure myself on some of these maneuve...