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The title of this blog was inspired by one of my Spanish professor's at Miami University of Ohio, Dr. Robert Phillips, who died in the e...

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Chicken Catch-all Tore

Over the weekend I picked up some mushrooms for possible inclusion in a salad we were bringing to church. Since the theme of that salad was berries, the mushrooms were not used. I considered a breakfast-for-dinner omelet each evening, but since we have adopted a one-egg-a-day breakfast habit (which I highly recommend), this never seemed quite right.

So at some point during the week, I settled on chicken cacciatore as the best way to use some mushrooms. Unfortunately, the only way I have ever "made" this dish has been to make a drive to our local boate, Crispi's by the train tracks. I had not ever really thought about how to put this meal together, so I turned to our trustiest of pasta volumes. Surprisingly, it does not cover this, which I assumed to be rather standard fare.

Thus it was I turned to Google, which soon landed me at a fine and simple recipe on Food.com. As I looked at it, I realized we had just about everything it called for, including some leftover bell peppers and more. Not being at all fussy about proportions, I just used what I had on hand of each ingredient. Since I was using boneless chicken breasts, I did not simmer for nearly as long as the recipe suggest.

The result was an absolutely delicious and simple meal, sure to be repeated.

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