Not everyone surfs about on Pinterest but I can tell you, it’s a great place to get some good recipes. It’s also good for DIY projects, gardening posts and tips, humor….lots of subjects. Last month I saw this Martha Stewart recipe on Pinterest (Check it out here)
As I also have that wonderful book One Pot by The Martha, I thought we’d try this one. We like chicken, corn and bacon so it should be a winning dinner. Cooking all of it in one pot makes a big difference in cleanup. As you may have noticed from the photo I linked to on Pinterest, this is from Martha’s book. Unless the lady who pinned it did a great job plating it.
Here is a page from One Pot.
Here is my version - Nailed it!
Ok, for starters I didn’t use leg quarters, I used thighs. Screw the legs, that’s what I thought. Maybe that would have made a vast improvement in the aesthetic presentation. For the record it tasted great. What a combo of flavors popping and complimenting each other.
Here is a pic of it simmering in the pot.
Perhaps I won’t be getting a call for culinary photography jobs anytime soon. That’s cool.
This month I am joining Trish at Love, Laughter & Insanity for her Pin it and Do it event. I'm also hooking up with Beth Fish Reads for her Weekend Cooking Series.
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