LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

The good, the bad and the ugly. I’m going to try to make an entry for our everyday suppers this week. The first is a simple grilled chicken dish. I used a whole chicken, split down the middle, but individual breasts would work just as well. The herb mixture (some chopped parsley, garlic, grated lemon rind and oregano) was massaged in underneath loosened skin, then a little bit of olive oil rubbed on the outside.

Lemon Oregano Chicken (Broiled or grilled)
Corn on the Cob
Saute’ of Yellow Squash, zucchini, Sweet Red Pepper and Onion

For dessert, a couple of squares of Green & Black’s organic dark chocolate (for your health, of course)

This simple meal is a keeper. It looks and tastes like a blast of summer smack in the middle of winter.

 

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