Liz and I met up with Julie and Bob this morning, in Valparaiso. We had an early brunch planned for 9AM, and after that… we were back at their house for the day.
While near their house in Valparaiso, we were going down a small road when Liz yelled “Look out for that animal!”
As we got a bit closer, she yelled out “It’s a chicken!”
I’ve had this song stuck in my head for a few days, and it’s not leaving. So in an attempt to exorcise it, I’m sharing it in the hopes that it will leave my ears and infect yours.
For some reason, I immediately thought of different food-related advertising mascots – specifically the ones that try to convince you that it (or its brethren) are tasty and worth eating. Not sure why, but my mind always goes to Charlie the Tuna as being the worst offender of the bunch.
Tonight, Liz made a spectacular meal for us. I’ve never had a galette before (I’m not even 100% sure how to pronounce it), but I want to tell you here and now: I love galettes. No matter how you pronounce them. Let me start with a little backstory. We first saw mention of a galette over at Vanille, when we…
If Bali is the ultimate island, then this dinner is the ultimate Bali taste. Chicken braised in coconut milk (Opor Ayam) isthe true classic of Indonesian fare. We did change the chicken to white meat instead of the traditional drumstick or wing. New traditionscan sometimes be better than old ones. 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil1 pound chicken breast tenders1…