Now I’m Cooking

Learning to cook is a process and becoming a specialist is on my list. This goal is going to take a while to accomplish. I have known this to be especially true for me ever since that fateful day when I so severely messed up microwavable macaroni and cheese. You should know that I only let a select few in on that little secret. Today, I was inspired by the commercials for the movie Julie & Julia and thought now is as good a time as any to give it a try so I printed a recipe from the Internet, put on my toque, and headed to the kitchen: On tonight’s menu…Chicken Francese.

I made sure I had all the ingredients and pulled out any cooking utensils I thought I might need. To my advantage no one else was home, so the mess that led to what would eventually become my dinner, was not a big concern. And I did make a mess…

learning to cook

But I had fun.

First, I prepared the chicken by breading the cutlets and frying them according to my recipe. When they were ready, I placed them in a baking dish and let them set. In a small pan I combined all the secret ingredients to make the sauce. Then I put everything in a baking dish and let bake for 40 minutes.

While waiting, I set out on the daunting task to clean the kitchen, make a salad, and prepare an easy dessert. By the time the dinner bell rang, the kitchen was clean and I was excited to see how my first dinner had turned out.

Chicken Francese

Not too bad for my first try.

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One response to “Now I’m Cooking

  1. Kim

    omg yummy! You’ve got to give me the recipe!

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