What's For Dinner Wednesday

Tonight's dinner was two italian favorites, Chicken and Eggplant Parmesan.

I fried up a bunch of eggplant and rather than make a casserole, I ended up with a napoleon inspired eggplant. This is the fried eggplant before assembly:

Next, a bunch of chicken was prepared. Doing it this way ensured that everyone got their chicken with or without the accoutrements of choice:
For instance, Gameboy went for naked fried cutlet, Chef Jr just wanted cheese and Ed and I went for the traditional. A few years back, I switched how I make Chicken Parm. Instead of preparing it like a casserole, I prepare it like one of our favorite LI restaurants, Borellis. The only thing I didn't do tonight was dredge in breadcrumbs. Instead, the yummy chicken breader was used.

Those of you who've dined with us, my apologies for torturing you with pictures of a meal you've probably enjoyed. Heck, the eggplant has been known to make some of you travel five hours to see me!

A delicious wine was enjoyed, too. Monastrell Jumilla, yet another of the lovely PRP wines. We're very low on wines here, so it's rare that I'll crack a bottle open these days. This spicy but sweet wine was a good complement for the Italian food.

Yum. The best part is that there are plenty of left overs!

Comments

Anna said…
Yuuuuuuum. I'll have to try the wine, too, but yum. I had veggie soup for dinner and I needed more. Just like that. mmmm.
Grandy said…
Looks yummy! I'm on my way.

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Jennifer H said…
Yum, indeed. I was hungry before, and now I'm starving. (Wish you could do the cooking for me tonight!)

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