Left-overs for me as well this evening, a couple of slices of goose, potato salad and some yellow beans. For dessert it was a mango, some strawberries, blueberries, and cherries.
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10/4/09 at 2:54pm
I don't remember the recipe exactly, but chop up some artichoke hearts (maybe 3/4 to 1 cup - I love artichoke hearts so use lots), a bit of sun-dried tomatoes (this is optional), 1/2 cup real mayonnaise and about 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese. Mix that all together and cover the chicken pieces with it. Bake it at 350 degrees for about 35 minutes or until you can tell it is done. There is no need to add water or oil to the dish as the mayo has lots of oil in it and will separate out. I usually bake it covered for the first 20 minutes or so then remove the foil, sprinkle a bit more grated parmesan to the top and continue baking. When it is ready the top should be lightly brown. It's really good and is actually from my SIL as part of her weight-loss recipes.
I'm thinking it's time for some fish. I don't need to do a big shop, but I do need some eggs, so I think I'll have a look in the fish counter. Maybe there'll be some nice snapper fillets. Yam fries are calling to me, and maybe some broccoli -- we've been eating so many beans, there hasn't been much room for other veg, but they are pretty much done now.