Grilled skinless chicken breasts are all-too-often more like pieces of cardboard than proper serious eats. With a little know-how, however, we no longer have to stand for this injustice. The key to juicy grilled chicken breasts is to brine them first, then to cook them over a two-zone fire, using a thermometer to gauge doneness.
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This tasted like a more complex, more delicious chicken parm. All the classic flavors were there—tomato sauce, cheese, chicken—but done in a more sophisticated way. The provolone was creamy with a little sharpness, the prosciutto nice and salty, and the chicken tender and juicy. When mixed with some marinara and basil, it had everything that makes a really plate-lickin' Italian-American meal.
Lately I've been drawn to interesting takes on the classic vinaigrette formula. First I was swooning over Rick Bayless' guajilo chili dressing. Now I've fallen for this recipe from Bon Appetit.
Each Saturday evening we bring you a Sunday Supper recipe. Why on Saturday? So you have time to shop and prepare for tomorrow. I don't know how it happened, but my favorite dish from my go-to neighborhood Italian restaurant happens...
The week's earlier Cook the Book recipes have been soups or sides, which is to be expected, considering the book is called Vegetable Harvest. But how about something a little bit heftier for a main dish? This recipe for chicken...