Sunday, November 6, 2011

Slow Ride...Take it Easy......









I don't care what month it is...
If it's Sunny, dry, and 60, I'm Ridin-N-Grillin!!
Ole Barney purrs like a kitten in this cool weather.
I marinated some boneless/skinless chicken breasts in
a Jamaican Jerk sauce overnight. I also made some Pesto
from Almonds (instead of pine-nuts), Basil, Garlic, and
slices of fresh Parmesian, with Olive Oil, dumped over
some Rotini pasta. In the Acorn squash halves, I made
2 halves savory (Butter basil a garlic clove Sea Salt),
and I made 2 halves with Butter, Maple Syrup, Cinnemon,
and fresh grated Nutmeg. The bottom pic is the finished
product. Often times over the jerk chicken seedless
Blackberry preserves are slathered.
It was YUMMY!!
The Ride was Grand.
Have a Kick Ass Week Peeps!!

15 comments:

C.M. Jackson said...

This meal sounds amazing! Hope you enjoyed.

Katherine Krige said...

Oh My God, that sounds amazing! All of it! The food, the ride, the food! Salivating here! You never cease to amaze there Mr. Knowitall. Fantastic culinary cuisine. When can I come over for my feast? :)

Brian Miller said...

nice...sounds like someone had a great day...and the food looks great

lime said...

i am starving......

seriously, bring that bike over here with some of that dinner.

pleeeeeese?

Margaret said...

A man that can truly cook on a grill... (they all THINK they can). 'Tis a true talent you have. Blackberries picked in Michigan I presume?

KB said...

Yum, yum!

Akelamalu said...

Oh you made me hungry now. :)

izzy said...

OOoooh love-rly, Just adore good food- (Yes, we do process our turkeys
and most of the other homestead stock) I will have to try the pesto you mention; Glad you enjoyed your Day!

Mama Zen said...

I would look gooood on the back of that bike, G-Man! Let's go!

Christine said...

that acorn look divine, you need to start a grilling blog :)

Eric 'Bubba' Alder said...

Hey! Jerk! (Not you, G-Man, the seasoning!) Looks delicious!

I'm also savoring our weather lately - you just couldn't ask for better from a Michigan November!

Craig said...

Yummmmm. . .

PattiKen said...

That sounds delish!

secret agent woman said...

I love baked acorn squash.

Caty said...

I'm impressed :)