simple lemon roast chicken

after making Thomas Keller’s simple roast chicken with just 2 ingredients a few days before, i was hoping to find another easy chicken recipe that would be just as flavorful for Thanksgiving dinner. surprisingly did — this with only 3 ingredients! –> recipe on … Continue reading simple lemon roast chicken

Thomas Keller’s simple roast chicken

i wanted to find a roast chicken recipe that works with k’s food allergies but is also safe to share with k’s classmates at daycare. not only did i find a crazy simple recipe, it is by Thomas Keller – owner of Per Se, where i had the ultimate dining experience a few years ago. that means this recipe is a guaranteed delicious main course! –> recipe on Palatable Palette it was not only easy to make, but the meat was so tender and flavorful. i actually skipped the pepper because k hasn’t had pepper yet and may not be ready for the hint of spice. seriously, the … Continue reading Thomas Keller’s simple roast chicken

recipe: plum, oat bran and chicken

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recipe: chicken, carrots and oat bran

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recipe: chicken, butternut squash and quinoa

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recipe: pear and chicken

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recipe: chicken, zucchini, and quinoa

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recipe: chicken, apple and quinoa

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recipe: chicken, zucchini, apple and quinoa

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recipe: parsnip, butternut squash and chicken

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recipe: chicken, carrots and quinoa

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introducing new foods: chicken

we debated about introducing k to meat. m & i were never vegetarians though we don’t eat meat often. but it feels weird to give your child animal meat to eat while reading children’s books to them about animals as cute lovable creatures or as friends experiencing daily lives as we (humans) do.

in the end, it came down to nutrition. meat is an excellent source of protein, which is necessary for baby’s growing body. i guess we didn’t have a choice when we were kids and it’s not like we resent our parents for feeding us meat now. as adults we can make the choices about what we want or not want to eat for various reasons. so when k gets older, she can decide for herself too. Continue reading “introducing new foods: chicken”