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Category: Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts

Pollo Tonnato, a Hamptons Italian Dish straight from Ireland.

Pollo Tonnato, a Hamptons Italian Dish straight from Ireland.

This week, I got an email from my cousin Simon who lives in Britain but who once lived with my family in Montreal while he attended McGill University.  I’d just seen Simon and his wonderful wife Martha on my recent trip to England.  But we’ve […]

Chicken Florentine

Chicken Florentine

I spend an inordinate amount of time seeking recipes for that workhorse of the weeknight meal, the boneless, skinless chicken breast. But let’s face it, we could all overdose on chicken breasts. In a writing class I took before launching Chewing The Fat, one of […]

Our 800th Post!  Prosciutto-wrapped Chicken Breasts stuffed with Black Truffle Goat Cheese, with Shiitake Mushrooms in a Marsala Sauce. Whew!

Our 800th Post! Prosciutto-wrapped Chicken Breasts stuffed with Black Truffle Goat Cheese, with Shiitake Mushrooms in a Marsala Sauce. Whew!

Not long ago, I was introduced to Laura Chenel’s new addition to her line of Cabecou Goat Cheese: Black Truffle Cabecou. Here’s the piece I wrote about it for The Daily Meal: “ Laura Chenel’s Rounds out Collection of Cabecou Goat Cheese with Black Truffle […]

Quick Chicken Kiev from Grace Parisi

Grace Parisi in her Brooklyn NY kitchen The word “Quick” is a dog whistle when you write a blog like this.  Knowing how time-pressured most people are, when I see it  attached to any recipe, at the very least it requires a look.  And when […]

Chicken Breasts with Tomatoes and Capers from Pierre Franey in The New York Times

The 60 Minute Gourmet If your holiday has been anything like ours, I am sure you have had enough marvelously rich food to tide you over till, say, March. Between the gratins and the roasts, the puddings and cookies and cakes, the holidays encourage eating […]

Spicy Chicken Vegetable Soup

I was tempted to call this “Kitchen Sink Soup”.  But that would do no justice to this amazing concoction which took the chill out of a very chilly weekend.  It also was so easy to make, I realized that it would entirely possible to make […]

Mario Batali’s Chicken Saltimbocca with Asparagus

Mario Batali           A few months ago, I went to my friend Monique’s for lunch.  She served a phenomenal dish that Chef Mario Batali had offered up in Food and Wine Magazine.  Ever since I went to school in Rome, I’ve loved Saltimbocca alla Romana, […]

Napoleon’s Chicken Marengo Two Ways: A 30 Minute Dinner and a Pasta Sauce

I love a recipe with a past and this simple and satisfying Chicken dish is a prime example.  And it may be the only time when you can say you’re serving Chicken fit for an Emperor, in this case Napoleon.  There’s a myth attached to […]

Thomas Keller’s Chicken Schnitzel

Chef Thomas Keller            I was somewhat surprised to come across this recipe in Food and Wine magazine. It comes from the renowned Chef Thomas Keller of Bouchon Bakery, Per Se, Ad Hoc and The French Laundry fame.  He of the […]

Tomato, Garlic and Mozzarella Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Who can resist tomatoes that look like this? After I made these golden-seared chicken breasts with their moist center of plump ripe tomatoes, melted cheese and pungent garlic sauce, I wondered if I could call this an original recipe.  But when, exactly, is a recipe […]