Penne pasta, with chicken. Salad, Biscotti
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Nice, this is on my kitchen to do list for January.
How was it?
Sorry, I missed this. It was quite good, but we do a “cheat” version as opposed to the more laborious traditional method. Chicken thighs and sausage made from bacon were the meats used. Best restaurant cassoulet I’ve had was at Le Select in Toronto.
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So, I wanted to make something fancy at home for dinner. I decided to make Deep Dish pizza, following Joshua Wiessman's video.
Honestly, it wasn't very difficult to follow, and it turned out to be quite good. I think making a good dinner at home can be quite enjoyable and satisfactory.
And yes, Joshua Weissman is terrific as ever.