Our Latest Dinner Fave

  • Thin cut chicken
  • A bowl of Greek yogurt loaded with seasonings - I like cayenne pepper & garlic.
  • A flat bowl of panko crumbs & shredded Parmesan.
  • A baking sheet with foil.

Cut the chicken in clean even strips, coat in yogurt mixture, coat in breading mixture & bake for a half hour. It comes out so juicy on the inside and the best crunchy flakey texture on the outside. I am all about panko these days, pretty sure you could panko just about anything & it would be delicious.

Served the chicken with a cherry tomato & spinach salad + a mustard dipping sauce and voila. Easy, quick & delicious weeknight dinner we enjoyed while catching up on Mad Men last night. 

Jamie called it a ‘culinary delight.’ (The perks of marrying a man who’s mother never cooked, he is easy to please.)



So this happened today.

For those of you who know me, you know that I don’t belong in the kitchen. But today, I made this delicious red velvet bundt cake with cream cheese frosting FROM SCRATCH. Like, no box, no can of frosting.

Besides the frosting being a little thinner that I would have liked, this cake was sooooo good and a big hit at Easter dinner. And it was easy. Because even I can make it without completely failing.

High five!

I decided to share the recipe with you all, now that I’m around my computer.

This is the pin from Pinterest where I found the recipe.

[here is the actual website if you want to skip Pinterest all together]

Seriously, make this for your next get together. People will be super impressed by your mad kitchen skills and tell you how great of a cook you are….even though this is the first cake you’ve made from scratch, like, ever.