Chicken

"Drunken Chicken" as my husband said.

Fall have come, the evenings are cool already and some hot dishes for diner would be appreciated. For example a very moist and tender chicken after long, slow cooking in a Dutch oven and with mashed potatoes, what do you think? ;) This sounds like something from Burgundy cuisine. Burgundy is a region in eastern France that is famous for their wines from grapes such as Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Also they have traditional local recipes. One of them is Coq au Vin which means "rooster in wine" but it's not so easy to find a rooster in our non countryside area, so a supermarket chicken to the rescue. And of course we will need a Burgundy Pinot Noir. When my husband found out how much wine was needed (a whole bottle) he immediately said "Wow, so this will be just some drunken chicken...". Lol, yes the chicken will be just right ;) This recipe is calling for whole chicken legs but I didn't have them so I used chicken thighs fillets. And by the way a carrot from this recipe is very tasty too.
So, today in the menu we have:

Coq au Vin
Coq au Vin

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Italian-American cooking. Panini (sandwich).

For a few days already I'm making delicious Panini for breakfast! Thanks to the February 2010 issue of Williams-Sonoma magazine where I had found this recipe. We really liked it so the recipe will now be a permanent entry in our cookbook. So we are recommending it!
Panini is a sandwich (originally Italian, but now international ;)). In the Italian language panini is plural form of the word panino (diminutive form of
pane "bread") which translates as "small bread roll". But to be completely exact in Italy this sandwich is called panino imbottito (literally "stuffed panino").
So, today in the menu we have:

Chicken Parmesan Panini

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