[Sca-cooks] menu planning for dietary restrictions
Tom.Vincent at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 13 15:38:26 PDT 2006
They were actually beautiful, fresh chicken cutlets, individually
wrapped. What a waste of plastic.
Anyway, with less oil, it would have focused more on the flavor of the
wine, chicken and onion. As it was, it wasn't bad. We do great feasts
in Hartshorndale. :)
Phil Troy / G. Tacitus Adamantius wrote:
> On Aug 13, 2006, at 3:07 PM, Tom Vincent wrote:
>> No breadcrumbs were used. The chicken cutlets were just dredged in
>> flour and grilled, then put in baking pans with the wine-and-oil
> My mistake. I remembered someone asking about frozen, pre-breaded
> chicken somewhere along the line.
> Still, even though it sounds like a lot of oil was used (especially
> in conjunction with cheese), I'm not seeing where this is in any way
> endemic in medieval cooking. It just sounds like an unfortunate
> decision on the part of the cook.
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