Wednesday, May 20, 2009

By George, I think I've Got It!

After months of walking around the house, exclaiming, "Blimey!' and ""By George!" - Charles Dickens The Magic Fishbone is in the hands of the production staff. Lines will change. Characters may be added or deleted according to the needs of the summer program. But (in playwright lingo) the bones of Magic Fishbone are indeed there and it has legs and will be walking around by the summer. Fish bones, knee bones - I don't care - I just want it up and out of the house!
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And after three years, there is a chance that Pride and Prejudice (my nemesis) will also be completed. In celebration of whatever it is I fell like celebrating that day, I found a recipe for chicken breasts stuffed with goat cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts, shallots and garlic in Calm in the Kitchen's blog.

Look at those ingredients, matey! What's not to like.

The recipe is here. The results are below.


It couldn't be easier. Or tastier. Sweet sun-dried tomatoes, the tang and creaminess of the goat cheese, the savory artichoke hearts - truly a dish served in Paradise. My son demanded the recipe on the spot! I am currently putting together an easy recipe book for him as he prepares for his life in North Dakota. Looking for recipes that have five or fewer ingredients, not expensive (he's on a fellowship-stipend; it's "real-life" time) but he didn't care how many ingredients this had - he is making it. And you know what - it's easy! He can make it. And so can you, by George!

12 comments:

Rebekka said...

Sounds very yummy and very "california". Which is always good in my book!

burpandslurp said...

oh my goodness...look terrific! hahahaha! I LOVE the British expressions...Golly!

Pearl said...

daily celebrations are SO legit :)

girlichef said...

You've made me drool so early in the morning...sounds delish :P

Maryann said...

Give me a hunk of crusty bread to dip into that! xox

5 Star Foodie said...

Yummy chicken dish with sun-dried tomatoes and goat cheese!

OhioMom said...

I have a fork and a plate, please sir may I have a bite? Bet son does want to make this, even early in the morning it is drool worthy :)

Katherine Aucoin said...

The goat chesse just puts this in a whole other league.
I can't wait to try this!

the ungourmet said...

This looks so terrific! I love goat cheese and artichoke hearts!

Gloria Chadwick said...

Blimey! This looks delicious! :)

Reeni♥ said...

This looked incredibly good on Amy's blog and the same here. So delicious!

Elyse said...

What a great celebratory dish!!! You're done! How fabulous. Good for you. What a nice accomplishment and weight to have off of your shoulders (or somewhat off of your shoulders ;) ). I hope that you had a nice relaxing night and enjoyed this splendid-looking meal!