Last night for example, I made one of her latest, Chicken Cacciatore. I don't think I've ever heard of cacciatore before this, and I have to say, I was missing out. Her photos are way better than mine, but I plan to work on that one day. Here's how mine turned out, and here is the link to her recipe.
I didn't make it 100% like hers, it turned out I had no wine in the fridge?? Right?? What in the world..?
I also didn't have tomatoes, which is another profound mystery..I ended up finding a can of rotel tomatoes in the back of the cabinet. Made it more spicy but still, it tasted pretty amazing.
Right this moment, as I type, this is getting all warm and bubbly like in my oven:
And I have to say, it's become a regular in my house. My hubs LOVES this casserole. And LOVES is saying it mildly. Here is the link.
Recently I baked for a bake sale. I have a tendancy to go overboard when I get an opportunity to bake, so in the spirit of moooooooore! I looked at what I had in the house and found a recipe to match.
Here's what I made:
(Duh! That's where the wine went!)
I made it with an orange cake mix..I wasn't 100% on the level of moistness so I added a glaze, not pictured. All in all though, I was pretty happy with it.
I also made some Blondies a la Dorie Greenspan.
And decided to wrap them autumnal like:
Whenever I'm at Michael's, which is next to Barnes and Noble, which means I'm there often, I pick up a spool or two of ribbon. Such an inexpensive way to dress up a little plastic bag, don'tcha think?
All the fabulous Dorie recipes can be found here.
And that's what's been cooking! How about you -- Made anything fabulous lately?