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Saved Recipe Sauteed Chicken Breasts With Balsamic Vinegar Pan Sauce by Vino Girl
Mar 2, 2013 on Food.com
Married 32years. Live in rural area with one old mare and a small herd of Nubian dairy goats. I love cooking old favorites and trying new recipes. Mostly now just cooking for two but still host large groups several times a year. I've collected cookbooks for years when traveling. I have all my Mom and Mother in Laws cookbooks also. I try and write in my cookbooks any changes, when first tried and any other info that my daughter might enjoy later. Alot of my favorite moments center around food, holiday preparation and family time through the years. Recently my daughter has become interested in cooking more and I enjoy her new recipes and creations. My husband doesn't cook but helps in prep as directed and is the man for kitchen clean up. Now a grandma and looking forward to fun and food with the next generation!
Whatever I'm in the mood for that day. I love baking even more than cooking. chicken pesto, easy Greek chicken, Coconut cake, pumpkin cake, christmas cookies, chewy mint chip brownies, special hot ham sandwiches, salads of all types. I garden most years and enjoy fresh vegetables espically tomatoes. My favorite summer dinners are fresh baked bread BLT's with a big slice of heirloom tomatoe, fresh crushed tomato, olive oil, garlic, basil tossed with angel hair or just a plain old tomato sandwich. Never meet a vegetable that I didn't like. Gotten back into fresh grinding my own wheat, soaking and sprouting like back in my youth. Eating a lot more healthy each year.