New York is know for its delicious brick oven pizza and I have to say that it is some of the best in the country. Every once and a while though, I like to mix things up a bit and make pizza at home. Considering that I am not Italian, and I do not have the time nor interest in making everything from scratch, I take some well crafted short cuts for my freshly homemade pizza. Here are my tips for turning your kitchen into a pizzeria without all the effort!
Chicken Piccata is a delicious and elegant dish. It is simple enough to make for just yourself, yet impressive enough to serve at a dinner party. Chicken Piccata is a light meal with a mouthwatering sauce comprised of lemon juice, chicken broth, capers, parsley and butter. I simply season my chicken and dredge it in flour, pan fry and then set aside. After making the sauce, I return my chicken to the pan to simmer. My husband, who is not the biggest fan of Mediterranean style dishes, couldn't resit having a second helping of this flavorful chicken.
There are thousands of ways to prepare chicken. My favorite are the ones that inject the most flavor into this versatile protein. Garlic Chicken thighs with lemon and anchovies may sound like a odd combination, but I ensure you that it's a flavorful dish that you will be making again and again.
These Berkshire pork chops will change the way you buy pork from this point on. I prepared these juicy chops with bourbon apples for a sweet and tangy topping to this quality meat.
Roasting chicken can be a simple yet elegant dinner. Marinating the meat the night before will keep the chicken flavorful and juicy while cooking. My effortless and delicious Soy Marinated Roast Chicken recipe will become one of your dinner favorites. Planning out your meals can be difficult when life is so hectic, but it will save you a lot time in the long run. Prepare your marinate the night before and you will have dinner ready in a snap.