A bit of a here and there post today. I’ve been working on a paper I’m submitting for a Humanities conference, indexing a book for the professor I work for, and trying searching around for museum internships for post-graduation.
In other news, chicken was on sale the last time I got groceries so I know have a supply of real meat in my diet for a while. The guy at the counter packaged them into single serving portions which was great because I only have to defrost one package whenever I want to have chicken. I didn’t use a specific recipe for the chicken, but will share the secrets of its glory with you.
I was really hungry when I made this chicken so this is the only documented photo of it (taken half way through).
I got some buttermilk since I’d heard it made a good marinade. Before I went to campus for the day, I popped the chicken into a Tupperware with the buttermilk as well as some Italian seasoning, pepper and kosher salt I found in the kitchen.
Later that night, I dipped the chicken into some flour mixed with Parmesan cheese and more Italian seasoning. I popped that into the oven at 350 degrees and let it cook for about 40 minutes. Halfway through, I decided I should flip it over, which was possibly not the correct choice because it made all the crispiness fall off. In the final moments, I threw some shredded cheddar cheese on top which was a very good choice.
In other news…
Here are two sites that I found useful in writing my abstract for the paper I’m submitting:
In other other news, I’ve recently started listening to the podcast The Memory Palace. Here are links to two of my favorites so far: