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Herb Crumbed Chicken Breasts

Quick and easy chicken recipe from Stuff It: The Great Little Book of Chicken Dishes.  For a fancier version of this herb crumbed coating, try Thomas Keller’s Herb-Crusted Rack of Lamb with Honey Mustard Glaze. The original recipe is below, but I improvised a bit as I was missing a couple ingredients (sad I know… considering the … Continue reading

Easy Hollandaise Sauce

Hollandaise sauce is an emulsion of egg yolk, butter, and lemon and is notoriously difficult to prepare.  It should be, since it is one of the five sauces in the fancy French haute cuisine mother sauce repertoire, which also includes Béchamel, Espagnole, Velouté (check out my Chilled Corn Velouté), and Tomate. Third time was the … Continue reading

Crunchy Deviled Eggs

For our Thanksgiving Eve dinner, Natalya and I decided to try a new deviled eggs recipe.  I saw a recipe for A Little Bit of Devilish Eggs and decided to substitute celery for chives to add a nice crunch (plus I had some leftover celery from the Whole Roasted Chicken).  These deviled eggs have a … Continue reading

Herb-Crusted Rack of Lamb with Honey Mustard Glaze

The first time I had ever cooked lamb, it was almost 1 year ago for the first ever blog post for Food Comas: Baby Lamb Chops with Cucumber-Mint Relish.  Ahh the memories!  I found this recipe from my trusty Ad Hoc at Home cookbook.  Thomas Keller coats the rack of lamb with buttered bread crumbs … Continue reading