My mother-in-law hosts family dinner nearly every Sunday. That’s a lot of effort! To take the pressure off her, we hosted Sunday dinner… Italian style!

Easy-peezy chicken parmesan. Instead of breading the chicken breasts, we put two layers of croutons and cheese on top of the chicken. Surprisingly good!

Klint tried a new recipe of cheese tortellini, brocoli, bacon, raisins, and sunflower seeds.

No dinner is complete without my signature green salad. Roasted walnuts, tomatoes and blue cheese.

Klint even made some crème Brule from scratch. I usually don’t eat sugar, so I had him just put cinnamon on the top instead of the customary sugar. I really liked it with only the cinnamon. Give it a try some time!

It’s a lot of fun preparing and cooking with Klint. It’s a labor of love, but we enjoy it! OK, family, manga-manga!


About Jennifer Armitstead

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