Boring lunch on a boring day

Boring lunch on a boring day

Rochacha at The Lucky Diner, Belltown

Rochacha at The Lucky Diner, Belltown

Tags: food

Big ups to Mekong Village for making it on Check Please!

marcycream:

Can somebody pleeeeaaaase make this happen?!

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Calozzi’s tomato pie.

Calozzi’s tomato pie.

Tags: pizza

Il Bistro

Il Bistro

Tags: bars liquor

A visit to the Chocolate Man.

A visit to the Chocolate Man.

Tags: chocolate

Scallion and Potato Soup from Real Simple

The soup came out a little too watery and plain for me. The cream pretty much took over the other flavors so I added more salt. Other tweaks I made were instead of butter, I cooked the bacon first and used the oil to cook the scallions. I also added the cream at the end so it doesn’t curdle.

Scallion and Potato Soup from Real Simple

The soup came out a little too watery and plain for me. The cream pretty much took over the other flavors so I added more salt. Other tweaks I made were instead of butter, I cooked the bacon first and used the oil to cook the scallions. I also added the cream at the end so it doesn’t curdle.

Roasted Mustard Chicken with Oven Roasted Potatoes

Every Christmas my stepsister gives everyone homemade preservatives. This year she gave mustard. Other than sandwiches, I had no idea what else to do with the mustard. Then I remembered back when I use to serve food at my first job, we sometimes had mustard chicken. A lot of recipes I looked up have stuff I don’t have. So I just marinated the chicken (skinless) in the mustard. While that marinates, I cut up some potatoes, sprinkled dry thyme, salt and pepper, drizzled some olive oil, toss and pop em in the oven for 30 minutes, remembering to turn them halfway through. After I take them out of the oven, I place the chicken in the same baking pan I used for the potatoes and bake em for about 45 minutes.

Roasted Mustard Chicken with Oven Roasted Potatoes

Every Christmas my stepsister gives everyone homemade preservatives. This year she gave mustard. Other than sandwiches, I had no idea what else to do with the mustard. Then I remembered back when I use to serve food at my first job, we sometimes had mustard chicken. A lot of recipes I looked up have stuff I don’t have. So I just marinated the chicken (skinless) in the mustard. While that marinates, I cut up some potatoes, sprinkled dry thyme, salt and pepper, drizzled some olive oil, toss and pop em in the oven for 30 minutes, remembering to turn them halfway through. After I take them out of the oven, I place the chicken in the same baking pan I used for the potatoes and bake em for about 45 minutes.

Tags: liquor