Blackened Fish Tacos

So I came late to the party when it comes to fish tacos, but boy can they be great! I even tried making blackened catfish tacos for breakfast when we lived back in Monmouth – but that’s another story (a story about how gross a house can smell when you make blackened catfish at 6:30 in the morning – let’s just say that Susan was not amused).

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Pollo al Vin Cotto

This is adapted from Mario Batali that while isn’t the quickest dish to prepare, isn’t particularly difficult and is certainly impressive. It will also make your home smell wonderful! We like to serve this with rice pilaf or over mashed potatoes but polenta and risotto are great too!

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Chicken Marsala

There is just something so comforting and flavorful about a great Chicken Marsala recipe – rich, deep flavors that can be a feast for the eyes as well.

Marsala sauces utilizes Marsala wine, which is a sweet fortified wine from Sicily (other fortified wines are Sherry and Port). If you can, use an actual Sicilian Marsala, but if you can’t find one (or don’t use it often enough), you can find Holland House Cooking Marsala in most grocery stores.

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