I know I have been quiet recently I think it is the cold coupled with the snow it has been storm after storm and bitter cold it just slows one down. You just want to pull the blanket up to the chin and snuggle with your honey, although I snore so snuggling with me can be rough. Anyway I got a new hone and want to try out the camera compared to Lyn’s old 3 Megapixel hand held camera. She got that camera as a gift I think it was for her 10 year anniversary with Harvard Health this year was 15 and she chose binoculars bird watching will be fun this year if she shares. I hear the spring birds outside every morning it sounds nice even when you walk out there and your nostrils freeze shut. I throw them some seeds, don’t tell Lyn, and they are very appreciative. So let me know what you think of the pictures I hope to get better when I become more acquainted with my new Motto X. Funny up until a few years ago Mike used to come to me and ask how do you do this and that on a computer and now I feel like my parents asking him stuff all the time. At least it is a good excuse to hear his voice, I like that voice a lot.
Here is my quick version of the jittery cooks Maple Dijon Chicken I posted last week it was soooooo good. She says 3 minutes and it does take 3 minutes to prepare just a little longer to cook but worth it.
Maple Dijon Chicken
- 1 whole chicken, cut into 8 – I only had two thighs
- 2 onions, halved, then sliced – I only used only 1
Maple Dijon Sauce
I always make the about same amount of sauce even when I don’t have as much chicken
I also think the sauce would be great on salmon just thicken it up slight
- 1/2 c Dijon mustard – I had some deli mustard with horseradish
- 1/4 c maple syrup
- 2 T unseasoned rice vinegar
- 1/2 t kosher salt
- 1/4 t freshly ground black pepper
Preheat the oven to 350F.
Cook covered for about 60 minutes, then baste and cook uncovered for another 30 or so, until the juices run clear.
I finished off with the broiler to crisp the skin some more.
Her recipe Serves 4-6. Freezes well.