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Old 06-30-2009, 02:34 PM
Location: Southern, NJ
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Cyn, this is the recipe I thought that you & I would make together when you & dh visit, it is in my second Cookbook.

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
3-4 T olive oil
2 T unsalted butter
1/4 sliced green onions
1/4 c Vodka
3/4 c chicken broth
2 T fresh lemon juice
1/2 c chopped tomatoes
3 T heavy cream
Greek Seasoning
flour for dredging

Rinse, pat dry cutlets. Between plastic wrap pound to 1/2" thickness. Sprinkle with Greek Seasoning and dust with flour. Coat cast iron pan with oil & butter, saute cutlets until golden on both sides. Pour off fat & transfer cutlets to warm platter.

*IMPORTANT NOTE: TAKE PAN OFF THE FLAME & deglaze the pan with Vodka, TIPPING pan AWAY from you. Put back on flame & cook until 50% reduced. Add lemon juice & broth, returning chicken to pan & cook 1 mins. each side. Transfer cutlets to platter add tomatoes & cream to pan, cook 1 min. pour over chicken and top with sliced green onions.

Dinner for 2 on the table less then 20 mins.

Back to writing check back with you later. kelsie

Lacey, I am sending you and Mr. L warm hugs and karma.

Have a great afternoon everyone!

Old 06-30-2009, 02:37 PM
Location: Tennessee
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Recipe above sounds great!!
We are having steak, baked potato, sliced tomatos out of the garden.
Old 06-30-2009, 03:24 PM
Location: Inman Park (Atlanta, GA)
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Originally Posted by kelsie View Post
1/4 c Vodka
1/4 cup of vodka? What? Your recipes state how much vodka the cook should drink? Well a 1/4 cup is not enough for me Oh, I get it, it's how much goes in the recipe. My bad

Here's to more prayers going to Lacey and Mr. L
Old 06-30-2009, 03:46 PM
Location: Heading to higher ground
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After a tiring day out we still are going to eat some real home cooking. Pork steak, Tomato gravy made with some onions and pan drippings from the pork steaks over rice, and a big package of fresh steamed Asparagus dripping with smart balance. Got all the doors locked keeping Murphy away. Bought a gallon of whole milk to get back into the coconut cream pie business with too. I came through the docs scalpel without a hitch. Got me head all bandaged up and look like something out of a MASH show but got good appetite so no worse for the wear. Worst thing was missing my nap. Wife had therapy again today on her knee. She got the 120 bend today that the doc was looking for so she is moving right along. Good thing she going back to work Friday and getting out of my hair....Now I get more CD time in...
Old 06-30-2009, 03:49 PM
Location: Looking East and hoping!
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Good news for you both Noma-bet you look cute swathed in white gauze!
Old 06-30-2009, 04:09 PM
Location: Heading to higher ground
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Originally Posted by LaceyEx View Post
Good news for you both Noma-bet you look cute swathed in white gauze!
Well I had a Cipro for an appetizer and looks like about 4 Ibuprofen for dessert...Oh speaking of dessert I got a half gallon of Fudge Royale to take the Ibuprofen with....Good buffering agent...
Old 06-30-2009, 04:12 PM
Location: Bradenton, Florida
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Casserole. Not sure I liked it much. It had tuna, black beans, cooked rice (shouldn't have cooked it), cream of mushroom soup, pesto, and Swiss-American cheese food (fake, in other words), topped with seasoned bread crumbs.
Old 06-30-2009, 04:53 PM
Location: Looking East and hoping!
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Took that chicken apart-piece set aside for dinner and the rest chunked and made into chicken salad with grainy mustard,tarragon, dijon, mayo, celery, halved grapes for tomorrow..

Last edited by LaceyEx; 06-30-2009 at 05:20 PM..
Old 06-30-2009, 05:04 PM
Location: Oxford, England
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Originally Posted by Debsi View Post
I don't think I've ever heard San Diego called hot before, Moosketeer... most people complain about how cold the ocean water is and how a summer day at the beach can be too cool to be laying around in your bathing suit. To each her own! You can have my share of the amazon jungle trip..

Have to stop by the bread store on the way home from work. What is the best bread for a roast beef sandwich, any suggestions?
I've only visited san Diego briefly but I must admit it was very hot at the time !

Even Monterey two years ago in October was like a furnace for me . I do love California though and as for a cold ocean , bring it on. I was brought up on Breton beaches and love it !
Old 06-30-2009, 05:06 PM
Location: Where we enjoy all four seasons
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Lacey what??????????? No cocktails? Tarragon is my favorite spice.

I'll be back have to get the Francaise started.
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