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What's for Dinner #361 - April Showers Edition [through April, 29, 2015]

LindaWhit | Apr 22, 201505:04 PM     401

Looks like we over-ran our usual goal of 400 posts on #360, so I'll start #361 and repost tonight's dinner here!
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Frankenchicken biso chicken breast was patted dry, seasoned with salt, freshly ground pepper, dried marjoram, and a tiny pinch of garlic powder. Into a 400° oven for 20 minutes, then I poured a tsp. or so of Meyer lemon juice on top and continued roasting until it was done. (Could have added more lemon juice, as the lemon flavor was very faint.)

Steamed green beans with toasted almonds alongside. (Note: I did not eat the entire chicken breast - some is going to be for lunch tomorrow!)

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