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The crunchy crumbed chicken is sensational. The secret is mayonnaise which is used to make the panko breadcrumbs stick to the chicken, plus it provides the seasoning.
Place potatoes in the microwave and cook on high for 3 minutes. Then turn the potatoes over and cook on high for a further 2 minutes or until cooked.
Squeeze the potatoes to check if they are cooked. Place the chicken in a large oven proof fry pan Note 5. Using the back of a spoon, spread the mayonnaise mixture over each chicken breast.
Sprinkle panko breadcrumbs over each piece of chicken. Use your fingers to pat the panko so it sticks to the chicken. Note 6.
Check it once at around 6 minutes and rotate the fry pan if necessary so the crumb cooks evenly all over. When cooked, set aside to rest for a few minutes before serving.
While the chicken is cooking, get the potatoes out of the microwave use a dishcloth. Cut each potato in half, then use a dessert spoon to scoop the flesh out into a bowl.
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Preparation and cooking time. So, what have I been doing with all those apples besides just eating them since I moved in at the beginning of October?
Not enough to keep up!! Apples in the dehydrator 1. Dehydrating - The first batch that went into the dehydrator was from the tart tree. I did toss the apple slices with a little sugar and a lot of cinnamon.
Those dried apples lasted about a week due to my year-old's voracious appetite, so today I'm doing round two. This time I'm drying a mix of the sweet variety and the tart ones as well.
I also threw in some pears while I have it running. Roasting - I've been roasting the tart apples alongside onions, sweet potatoes, carrots and a variety of meats like chicken and beer soaked brats Oktoberfest!
I have to say, I'm not a huge fan of roasted apples, but I'm sure I'll keep trying. I think next time I'll add them later in the roasting time so they are not as squishy.
Canning - Next week I'll be making and canning apple butter in the slow cooker. Baking - In an effort to use up some apples, I embarked on making an apple cake last week.
It didn't use up as many apples as I would have liked, but it was very good nonetheless! Squeezing - Okay, I know cider pressing isn't like orange juicing, but we're going to have a big cider pressing party here in the new week or two.
We're not big into drinking apple juice or cider, but I am planning on making apple pie moonshine with the results of the cider pressing.
I'll be reporting on the success of that project. Word on the street is that it's fairly potent stuff. Finishing of the hogs - My friends and ex-next-door-neighbors from Seattle now own a small farm in Ellensburg.
Among their many animals are four pigs that they are finishing on apples and other fruits. They've been making a weekly trip to come and grab all the dropped fruit from my yard, my next door neighbor and my boyfriend's apple trees.
In exchange, I've been getting eggs from their chickens. There seems to be an imbalance in this deal, but I'm not going to point it out! What's your favorite way to use apples?
Tuesday, June 11, Keeping the old cars kicking. My cars are old. Decrepit even, by today's standards. I'm still driving around in my Honda CRV that has just a hair under 70, miles on it.
But, from my standpoint, it's as good as new. Sure, it doesn't have the fancy bluetooth, automatic cellphone pairing, big screen satellite XM radio and other whozywhatsits on it.
But, it does have a functioning air conditioner, radio and CD player! I've kept the exterior and interior pretty newish looking, so you wouldn't be able to tell that it's 17 years old.
It has all wheel drive AWD , which is worth something or other. This will be more useful the more time I spend crossing Snoqualmie Pass and hanging out in snowier territories than Seattle, which rarely sees snow.
My other car is a Fiat Pop. It's yellow with black racing stripes and we call him Luigi. Because, that's his name. He has a paltry 15, miles on him.
I really don't need two vehicles these days, but I figure that some day, one of my kids will want to learn how to drive.
And the trade-in value for him is remarkably abysmal. Like, less than a new, full-suspension mountain bike. It's freaking crazy, really.
So, it makes no sense to sell him. Plus, he's super easy to drive and park in Seattle - I can squeeze into spots that no other car can, except maybe a Smart Car.
Both my vehicles are 5-speed manual transmission, which is hard to come by these days and were actually difficult to get when I bought them both were special ordered to get the manual transmission.
This fact also makes them seems like relics from the ice age. They are, however, great conversation starters when I drive anyone around who is less than Or European.
Or both. And, more importantly. Both of my cars are paid off. Wednesday, June 5, Growing hops in high mountain country. Centennial and Nugget hops My partner, Daniel, was looking for plants that grow quickly to cover the side of his house in the mountains and he settled on growing hops.
Okay, so feet isn't exactly Mt. Everest but, compared to my house in Seattle at feet , the growing conditions are very different. Add to the fact that his place is on the east side of the Cascade mountain range, and you have a radically different climate than maritime Puget Sound.
Varietals I picked out two different types of hops and purchased two plants of each, hoping they'd do well in this area: 1. Nugget Hops - Humulus lupulus 'Nugget', an American bred variety for use in brewing beer.
It is a bittering type of hop that is used in all styles of beer. Centennial Hops - Humulus lupulus 'Centennial', an American variety that was also bred for use in brewing beer.
It is an aroma variety that is very popular in American craft ales, stouts and porters. The super grower! Both types grow 15 - 25 feet per season and are hardy to 30 degrees F.
They also die back to the ground each winter I suspect this is the case for all hops. One of the Centennial hops plants is totally kicking the other 3 plants' asses and is almost twice as tall as the Nugget hops.
It's fascinating to watch them grow - we will literally place a marker where the plant has reached and come back up to the mountains a few days later and it's grown a half a foot or more.
We have the hops set up on a drip timer since half the week they are left to their own devices. Reuse, reduce, recycle In order to support the four plants, Daniel built a trellis system out of leftover hog wire and wood from one of his construction sites.
And, some of the drip lines are also leftovers from a landscaping job or two. The upgrades he's making to this house is being done predominantly with found or leftover building materials.
I'll be showing you more of what he's doing over the next few months! What about the beer?! Well, ultimately, I'd like to dabble making my own beer.
I'm not sure if that's going to happen this year or not, but I have the summer to start fiddling around with small batches before these hops are even ready for harvest.
I have so many projects planned for the summer that the brewing might go on the back burner. But, in the meantime, we'll be drinking a lot of beer as research while we're perfecting our hop growing techniques.
Which basically seems to be - plant in ground and watch grow. At the very least I'll be drying this year's hops for future use. Thursday, May 30, Urban fruit orchard - what I'm growing.
Honeycrisp apples I've lived in my current house for about 13 years now and, over the years, I have planted numerous fruiting trees and bushes.
While I love planting annual vegetables, I still can't get over the "free" fruit that comes back year after year with relatively little effort besides trimming back some branches.
Well, some things, like grapes and my almond tree are a little more of a pain than not. But, for the most part, it's pretty easy maintenance.
Both have a great selection! This tree has Rainier, Montmorency and another sour cherry grafted onto one rootstock. The birds generally pick the sour cherries clean off the high canopy, but I'm able to get the Rainier and more than enough sour cherries than we can eat off the more reachable section down below.
Rainier Cherry. I planted it after lamenting how many sour cherries the above tree produced, but not enough sweet cherries! I keep it super short, maybe 7 feet tall.
Hollywood plum Hollywood Plum Lovell.