What’s on the dinner table (part 2)?

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Jon Blaze

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Tuna poke, spinach, a few sweets, and Konjac noodles. First time trying the latter. Cooked the noodles with Cajun seasoning, and almonds (kind of random lol). They are really good!
 
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Hiya, GEF.
I use chicken thigh fillets and lay them single layer in a large oven tray.
Smear with a thin layer of whole egg mayonnaise, season with s/p.
Sprinkle with fresh breadcrumbs (I've tried with bought crumbs, but fresh gives a satisfying crunch). Spray crumbs with oil.
Top with a sprinkle of fresh grated Parmesan.
Pop into the oven for about an hour until crispy and golden. I cook it at about 200C, which I checked is 392F.
EAT.
I use mayonnaise as an undercoating for chicken, too. 😍
My mom started using it in that way when she saw a recipe for it back when we were kids, actually.

I use it on chicken breasts and thighs (either bone-in or boneless, depending on my mood that night). Coat the chicken with mayo, and toss the pieces in a zip-lock bag containing crushed Rice Krispies. Bake in the oven 'til done.
The touch of sweetness in the Rice Krispies plays very well with the tang of the mayo. YUM!

I use panko breadcrumbs when I don't have the cereal available (I don't eat boxed cereals, anymore, so if I want to make mayo chicken with RK, I have to buy a box specifically for that purpose).
 

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It'll be bean soup and cornbread muffins. Cooking the soup in the slow cooker while we work in the garden this afternoon.

Our neighbor we buy eggs from gave us a ham bone from a big spiral sliced ham he cooked yesterday, and those things make the best bean soup.
 

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I use mayonnaise as an undercoating for chicken, too. 😍
My mom started using it in that way when she saw a recipe for it back when we were kids, actually.

I use it on chicken breasts and thighs (either bone-in or boneless, depending on my mood that night). Coat the chicken with mayo, and toss the pieces in a zip-lock bag containing crushed Rice Krispies. Bake in the oven 'til done.
The touch of sweetness in the Rice Krispies plays very well with the tang of the mayo. YUM!

I use panko breadcrumbs when I don't have the cereal available (I don't eat boxed cereals, anymore, so if I want to make mayo chicken with RK, I have to buy a box specifically for that purpose).
Hey, @Barrett,

I'll have to give the crushed Rice Krispies tip a wee go. YUM! 😍
 

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Hot dogs and tater tots.

I like my hot dogs dressed with mustard, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and dill pickle. Like a hamburger, but not. I used to go to a hot dog restaurant called "Big Frank's" in Houston way back in the day that offered them that way (among many other ways). I decided I liked it best and stuck with it. Chicago style is my next favorite kind. Occasionally I will enjoy an order of cheese, chili, and onion hot dogs. But only from James Coney Island in Houston. A former friend took me to a hipster beer/food place that had creative gourmet hot dogs with like rabbit meat franks seasoned with a pomegranate-peppercorn reduction and baby arugula greens on top. Reminded me of something Patrick Bateman would order for lunch. It was ok, hot dogs are something I prefer on the simple side though.
 

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