“Those who have a three or four hour drive can wrap the steak in foil, wire it onto the manifold of a car or truck and arrive at their destination with a cooked contribution.” Well, the Foil Baked Steak was the recipe I almost chose from the St. Clement’s Guild of Sun City Cookbook, until I came to the part where you strap it to the manifold. This isn’t to say I won’t attempt it sometime. I just have to find a vehicle in which I can actually access the manifold. Won’t that be an adventure! In the meantime, you’ll be delighted at the recipe I chose instead. This wonderful chicken dish is wrapped up in a beautiful crescent roll bundle. Just take store bought or leftover rotisserie chicken, blend it with a flavorful mixture of sautéed vegetables and then wrap it all up in flakey bread dough. Baked Chicken Pockets was adapted from a recipe in this delightful church cookbook called, Our Daily Bread, published in 1982. I opted out of using the canned pimento in the original recipe and instead sautéed a mixture of sweet onion, mushrooms and garlic, and then blended it with the recommended combination of cream cheese and butter. The result is a fantastic and fun dish that you can make in no time and one that kids will absolutely devour. Best of all, no engines required!
large sweet yellow onion, chopped fine
Oh, the irony! My mom was born in Venice, Italy and was the chef/owner of her own gourmet Italian restaurants. What do you suppose was my number one dish of hers? Tacos. Go figure! Today, I thought I’d share a childhood favorite!