I wear aprons.
Here's a new one!
I used this sweet cherry fabric that someone gave away!!!
I wondered WHY they would do that too!
It wasn't quite wide enough for an apron....
But I FIXED THAT!
Then I made a favorite
Sour cream on the boneless chicken pieces.
Bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese
on the chicken pieces.
Put it all in a greased casserole dish.
Bake. 350 degress.
Sorry if my directions are BIT sketchy!
That's the way I cook.
Serve with mashed potatoes and grilled veggies.
Now I'm hungry. Think I'll get my breakfast. :-)ReplyDelete
What a cute apron! The chicken sounds wonderful too!ReplyDelete
Super cute! I have to wonder how someone parted with the cherries fabric, too. Your apron looks even better with the side panels, I think. Seems like running out of fabric usually ends up being a design bonus.ReplyDelete
I am amazed at some of the fabric I inherit, fabric I would never think to part with. Those cherries are perfect for an apron - my favorite, most worn apron also has cherries. Gonna try that chicken - sounds like I something I can handle!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your chicken special. I like the way you cook....simple yet elegant....especially when served with cherries.ReplyDelete
Cute, cute apron - and the chicken looks so yummy!! I'm getting hungry :o)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the recipe - I think that will be tomorrow night's dinner! And cute apron!!ReplyDelete
love the apron! I agree the fabric is adorable!!ReplyDelete
What a cute apron. I wear aprons every day, and I keep wearing them until they're worn out--then I wear them some more! One apron I have is made from curtains that I sewed in the 70's.ReplyDelete
what time is dinner????ReplyDelete
my stomach is growling!!!!!
and my mouth is watering!!!!!
I love your apron, the last time I put one on, a family member said she wanted one. The chicken sounds yummy.ReplyDelete