July 11, 2008

Tonights the night

that Grumpy & Chris got their way. Last night both of them had comments about what I "should" be making. Chris said, "you should make Chicken Parmesan," and Grumpy said "you should make Country Fried Steak." Who won? Well, Chris did because I didn't have cube steak in the freezer. he he.
So, on my last "official" day of vacation, besides being absolutely lazy and not doing much but take a nap on the couch, make my bed, start to pack my bag for tomorrow's boat trip, and take a late day shower, I managed to squeeze a bit of time in there to make the Chicken Parm.

Since I have "so" much to do (actually we are leaving town tonight for our boat trip tomorrow!), I am making this a quickie post - and will just leave you with the widget to Key Ingredient that you can easily print the recipes for if you wish!

Quick and Easy Tomato Sauce

A recipe from Cooking Light that I use on my ...

See Quick and Easy Tomato Sauce on Key Ingredient.



Chicken Parmesan

A Cooking Light recipe that is totally loved and enjoyed ...

See Chicken Parmesan on Key Ingredient.

11 comments:

noble pig said...

Oh yum, yum, yum-o...one of my favorites.

Barbara Bakes said...

This looks delicious! I love Cooking Light recipes.

GrannyLooHoo said...

Tell Grumpy that chicken parm is chicken-fried too! :)

Steph said...

Your dish looks really good! It must also feel better that its from cooking light. Enjoy your boat trip.

Kevin said...

That chicken parmesan looks really tasty!

Jenny said...

Oh this looks so tasty! I just bought some eggplant to make eggplant parmesan! Hope you are having fun away!

Elle said...

This looks fantastic! Have a great time on the boat!

Alyson's Wonderland said...

Ooo delicious!

familiabencomo said...

Oh, Honey, this looks delicious! I love the way you prepared it. It looks like it came from a fine restaurant.

xoxox Amy

Anonymous said...

thanks for the recipes.
what is the amt of wine in your quick n easy tomato sauce recipe?

may

HoneyB said...

Hi May, thanks for stopping by! You can use 1/2 cup white wine instead of the balsamic vinegar.

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